Update for Tuesday, March 30, 2021
As a continued requirement from CMS, Stonehill Communities must inform you when 3 or more residents or staff are reporting symptoms and being tested for COVID-19 within a 72 hour period. Today we have met that threshold fore reporting; however, please note there are no positive cases reported in residents or staff as of 3/30/21.
COVID-19 testing numbers for March 30, 2021:
Number of Positive Resident Cases: 0 Positive; 60 Recovered
Number of Positive Employee Cases: 0 Positive; 111 Recovered
Number of Residents Tested w/ COVID-19 symptoms or Surveillance Tested (including pending): 145 (0 Pending)
Number of Employees Tested for COVID-19 for Symptoms or Exposure (Including Pending): 306 (3 Pending)
We want to remind you that masks are required during visits on the Stonehill Communities campus, even if you and your loved one are vaccinated.
For complete visitation guidelines and information on scheduling a visit with a resident please click here.
Please note that if Stonehill Communities should have a new positive COVID-19 case in either a resident or staff member we will need to postpone compassionate care visits (due to an outbreak - which, per CMS, is one positive case) until surveillance testing can be completed and until there are no new positive cases per CMS guidelines. Thank you for your understanding.
If you have any questions regarding visitation or our ongoing precautionary measures you may contact Peggy Stockel, V.P. of Operations or Matt Jahn, Director of Health Services at 563-557-7180. We thank you for your continued help as navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic.
All previous updates can be read at: https://www.stonehilldbq.com/