AHCC CLOSES TO VISITORS DUE TO COVID-19
October 8, 2020
During this past week, COVID-19 cases have been rising in Johnson County at an alarming rate. In order to protect our residents at Amie Holt Care Center, we think it prudent to close our doors to visitors at this time. No one in the facility has had or has COVID-19 now, and we want to keep it that way. We did not make this decision lightly, because we know how vitally important visitation is to both our residents and family. But with caution and to protect our residents, this is the best step to take at this time.
“We are doing everything we can to minimize risks associated with the Coronavirus in our facility. All residents and staff will be tested for COVID-19 at least weekly until the infection rate in Johnson County is lower We are in very close communication with our medical director, clinical support team, local and state health officials.”
- Kristina Duarte, Infection Preventionist, BSN,RN
WE ARE DOING THE FOLLOWING:
- To minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 in our facility, the staff at AHCC are doing the following:
- Visitation is closed at this time
All staff and residents in the facility continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and hand sanitize.
- Staff change clothes upon arrival and departure from work and are tested at least once a day for symptoms of COVID-19.
We will continue to keep you informed as updates become available.
SOME VISITS STILL OK
- We are encouraging zoom and window visits. Window visits must be done with the window closed.
- Please contact Rhiannon at (307) 684 - 6230 to schedule.