Amie Holt Care Center COVID update

The Amie Holt Care Center is under outbreak status as deemed by the CDC, meaning a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. When a staff member tests positive, the infection prevention team investigates to determine if other staff or residents may have been exposed. COVID-19 testing will be completed for residents and staff if…

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AHCC expands visitation

We are excited to announce that visitation restrictions are being loosened in the long-term care setting, which will allow in-room visitation with the residents. This change will be in effect at Amie Holt Care Center beginning on Monday March 29, 2021. Our Activities Department and volunteers will screen visitors at the main entry doors and…

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AHCC Update – December 9th, 2020

AHCC Social Worker Samantha Kessler

Meet Sam! We have a new, friendly face at the Care Center. Introducing, Samantha Kessler. She will be taking over as the new Amie Holt Care Center Social Worker. If you have not heard from her yet, you will soon. Sam is local and lives here in Buffalo with her husband and three children. She…

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Amie Holt Open to Outdoor Visitation

Open to visits

Tests All Negative August 12, 2020. AHCC is pleased to report that all COVID-19 tests on residents and staff are negative at this time. That means that we are again allowing family outdoor visitation by appointment on a limited basis. The coronavirus pandemic presents us with a challenge, unlike anything we’ve seen in our lifetimes.…

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A how-to guide on video chatting with loved ones at AHCC

Requirements: An internet connection. Preferably Wi-Fi A working email address that you have set up on your phone. If you’re using the desktop/laptop method then you don’t have to have email on your phone. Have your email address ready for the nurse. A smartphone that has a front-facing camera/microphone. OR a Laptop with a built-in…

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JCHC Prepared for Coronavirus. A Letter from the CEO v2

CEO of JCHC, Sean McCallister

Dear Johnson County Community Members, The spread of the COVID19 is an increasing concern for Johnson County. COVID19 often has symptoms similar to the flu and include fever, cough and tiredness. However, some people who become infected do not develop any symptoms. Most people recover from the disease without needing special treatment. However, the COVID19…

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