Update for Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Today, Tuesday, May 11, we learned an additional Stonehill employee tested positive for COVID-19. The employee is currently off work following public health guidelines. Per CMS, Stonehill is currently in "outbreak status," which is defined by CMS as one or more positive cases of COVID-19 in a resident or employee. Beginning Monday, May 10, Stonehill had to suspend visits, with the exception of end-of-life visits, until surveillance testing of all Health Center employees and residents can occur. We will send an update with our weekly update on Friday.
COVID-19 numbers at Stonehill Communities Health Center May 11, 2021
Number of Positive Resident Cases: 1 Positive; 60 Recovered
Number of Positive Employee Cases: 3 Positive; 111 Recovered
Number of Resident Tested w/ COVID-19 symptoms or Surveillance Tested (including pending): 151 (0 Pending)
Number of Employees Tested for COVID-19 for Symptoms or Exposure (Including Pending): 317 (0 Pending)
Thank you for your understanding as we continue to follow CMS guidelines and work together to keep residents and staff safe.
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.
V.P. of Operations/Administrator
All previous updates can be read at: https://www.stonehilldbq.com/coronavirus/