COVID-19 Update 11-17-23
As our nation, state, and local community cope with the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID19), we want to provide you with this update regarding its impact on Royal Springs Health Care Center. We share this information because we believe it is important to everyone’s health and well-being to keep our residents, families, staff, and the public fully informed. Visitation is allowed in any unit at all times.
As of today 11/17/2023, there is 0 case of Covid-19 for both staff and resident.
To add a level of protection, we are committed to facility-wide testing on all residents and staff regardless of the vaccination status in collaboration with local public health departments due to COVID-19 outbreak. We also provide COVID-19 vaccines for both staff and residents with the help of our in-house pharmacy or CVS. We also offer flu vaccines on everybody. We understand the importance of knowing the status of our residents, employees, and essential health care providers. In this new world of COVID-19, rest assured we are aggressively treating and responding to potential community exposures by conducting routine testing of all our residents and staff or until the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) instructs otherwise.
Providing for the safety and well-being of our residents and staff is our paramount priority. We especially wish to commend our staff for their steadfast commitment to the care and security of our residents.
We would also like to thank our local hospitals, managed care organizations, local police departments, fire departments, transportation companies, and local businesses for the tremendous support we have been given as we navigate through this pandemic together.
Please be assured we will continue to provide you with regular updates when we have new information to share.
As always, we encourage you to contact us directly if you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Infection Preventionist.
We value the trust you place in us to care for your loved ones and greatly appreciate your continued support and understanding during these unprecedented times.
Alexa Mae M. Carey, BSN, RN
Royal Springs Healthcare & Rehab