As Stonehill Health Center, Assisi Village, and the Stonehill Wellness Center continue to monitor the unprecedented situation wtih COVID-19/Coronavirus in the United States, our leadership, in partnership with our Nursing division, continue to make continual changes to protocol based on recommendations from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), and Center for Disease Control (CDC). We make these decisions out of abundant precaution and concern for the well-being and safety of residents, staff, visitors, volunteers, and supporters of Stonehill.
Visitors are allowed for all residents at all times, regardless of Outbreak Status.
Visitors experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days are recommended to postpone visits for 10 days since symptoms began or positive test results. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, we request that you postpone your visits for 10 days or follow the CDC guidance for managing exposure scenarios prior to your visit.
Symptoms of COVID-19 include:
If we are not in Outbreak Status and Dubuque County transmission level is not High, masks are not required.
If we are in Outbreak Status due to current or recent cases or Dubuque County transmission level is High, masks are required in the Health Center but may be removed in the resident room.
Please call 563-557-7180 and speak with social work staff if you have questions.
Online video chat visits via Zoom can also be arranged. Questions regarding video chat visits with residents at the health center can be directed to Tracy Connolly, Director of Resident Services at 563-690-9660.
Visitors are welcome. Visitors are not required to wear masks.
Health Center Residents
Residents experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or exposed to a positive case will be tested as needed.
Residents are able to eat in household dining rooms. We may choose to limit communal dining if needed for outbreak mitigation.
Activities are provided in a variety of formats including group, individual, and via Stonehill TV channel. Residents may attend activities in all areas of the Health Center.
Mass and Ecumenical Service
Residents are able to attend Mass in-person in the San Damiano Chapel or Assisi Village Chapel. Daily mass and rosary are also offered via livestream on the Stonehill TV channel.
Outpatient Therapy Services
Stonehill Communities Outpatient Therapy Clinic, in partnership with Select Rehabilitation, is open for services. Masks are not required in the Outpatient Therapy Clinic. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call 563.690.9637
Stonehill Wellness Center
Masks are not required. All equipment is open and the HydroWorx pool and sauna, and group classes are available. Please call 563-690-9640 with any questions.