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COVID-19 Vaccination Dates

CVS is our preferred partner for COVID-19 vaccinations. CVS will be on-site at the 358 NJ nursing homes with a total of 277 anticipated over the next 6 weeks. Below is our current schedule for first clinics. All of our communities anticipate being scheduled in the first months of 2021.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Preparation

CVS is our preferred partner for COVID-19 vaccinations. The pharmacy teams will administer COVID-19 vaccinations through their on-site clinic model, making it easy and convenient for our residents and associates to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

  • All communities are signed up to receive the vaccination from our distribution partner.
  • A preliminary letter was sent to explain the vaccine to residents, associates and families.
  • All communities have documented consent from residents and associates who wish to receive the vaccine.
  • We are prepared to monitor and maintain documentation of those who receive the vaccine.

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Also, please read a recent article on COVID-19 vaccine myths debunked.

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COVID-19 Visitation Update

Select healthcare facilities across the nation are starting to open up and are allowing limited visitation for residents and families. Spring Hills Senior Communities, Poet’s Walk, Spring Hills Memory Care Communities and Spring Hills Managed Facilities are following all CDC and local Department of Health Guidelines for the states they operate in order to facilitate safe visits for families, residents and associates.

We ask that visitors adhere to the all guidelines, including these during their visit:

  • Masks are worn by everyone for the duration of the visit.
  • All parties social distance at 6 feet apart at all times.
  • Visits are scheduled and confirmed with Spring Hills staff ahead of time.
  • Check-in with reception staff.
  • Pre-screening temperature check is required for all.
  • Avoid touching face, eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Sanitize hands upon entering the facility.

We understand many of you are thrilled to see your loved ones again, but it is essential that you stay home if you are not feeling well. As businesses begin to reopen and we venture out into the world again, we acknowledge potential visitors are susceptible to spreading COVID-19, which is why we have implemented these policies and follow federal, state, and local guidelines. The safety of our residents, their families and our associates is paramount at this time and our team is dedicated to making sure we go above and beyond to comply with all necessary safety guidelines.

As more states allow visitation, we will update families accordingly with guidelines and procedures. We thank you for your cooperation and support during this time, and look forward to seeing you during your visit with us.

Lessons Learned from the Covid-19 Pandemic

  1. Our residents are incredibly adaptable. The first in our lifetime experience, that dramatically changed the day to day life in the centers showed us just how flexible, understanding and supportive of the team’s efforts they truly are.
  2. Our associates value to us was spotlighted more now than ever. We have the deepest gratitude and appreciation for our associates for all their hard work and dedication through this trying time and always.
  3. Our plan was critical, but the flexibility in the plan of utmost importance. The guidance changed at a pace never before seen in the industry as we learned more about the virus. This demanded flexibility and continuous adjustments to our center plans. Logistics planning was also at a heightened level due to the need for PPE at a rapid pace, with scarce availability.
  4. Our communication strategies proved vital. We developed an immediate cadence for daily communication and explanation of policies and tools Communication to families, residents and providers took on new forms that were quickly embraced by all stakeholders. We pooled our resources and developed data tracking tools at the onset, that mirrored what later became the industry standard.
  5. Our partnering hospitals and payers truly proved, as always, to be amazing. The support and partnership whether through supplies or from onsite training was invaluable. Additionally, the NJHA was instrumental in assuring all available guidance and information was disseminated real time and consistently.
  6. Our focused education and training plans that needed to be rapidly updated were essential to our centers success. They formed a foundation for continuous quality improvements as the pandemic progressed.
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