COVID-19: Current Restrictions
Our proactive response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Campus Restrictions and Safety Protocols Reminders:
- Visitors are permitted in Residential Living. If all parties have been vaccinated, masks and social distancing are not required in Residential homes.
- Effective July 1, vaccinated guests are permitted to enter the clubhouse and may join residents in all dining venues, the Wellness center (if 16 or older), the library, Gift Corral, Stall, woodshop, art studio and billiards room. TEST TEST TEST
- Guest suites are also available to vaccinated individuals.
- Visitors to Healthcare currently are permitted following the Healthcare Reopening Implementation Plan as monitored by the PA Dept. of Health. Appointments, masks and screenings are still required. See the Healthcare Visitation Plan for details.
- Family members of residents in end-of-life situations in healthcare areas are permitted. Families members should arrange visits with Social Services.
- FOR RESIDENTIAL LIVING RESIDENTS —
- All dining venues have reopened for residents.
- Wellness Center —
- Pool/Spa —
- Mon, Wed & Fri – 9:30am to 4:30pm
- Tues & Thur – 8:30am to 4:30pm
- Sat & Sun – 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Fitness Center –Open daily 8:30am- 4:30pm.
- Pool/Spa —
- Outpatient Department — Open to all physicians.
- Call prior to coming to Outpatient — visit maybe a home visit or virtual/telephone.
- All team members, guests, contractors, home health aides that enter the clubhouse are required to complete a health screening regardless of vaccination status.
- Team members, guests, contractors, home health aides experiencing symptoms will not be permitted on campus.
- All visitors, guests, team members, family members, home health and private duty companions, and contractors & vendors are required to wear masks.
- For RESIDENTIAL LIVING — masks do not need to be worn if vaccinated in the clubhouse or while participating in events.
- Residents are advised to:
- Avoid touching your face.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- If experiencing fever (99.5 or greater), shortness of breath, cough, sore through, loss of taste or smell stay home and contact the Outpatient department.