OUTBREAK REPSONSE PLAN FOR LEISURE CHATEAU CARE & REHABILITATION CENTER

Please see documents below for all policies for Emergent Infectious Diseases (COVID-19) - (Outbreak Response Plan)

Any questions, concerns and complaints regarding the outbreak response plan can go directly to the facility and speak to the receptionist and she will direct you to the appropriate department.

We also encourage you to leave a voicemail of all questions, concerns, and complaints at (732) 592 - 9403 or e-mail Receptionist@lcrehab.com.

We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time!

Current Cases at Leisure Chateau Care & Rehabilitation Center: 7 residents and 11 staff

The staff members have been removed from the schedule and we are closely monitoring our residents for signs and systems. We are in contact with the Health Department, and following their direction.

With the weekly Covid -19 testing results coming back we can now report that 7 residents tested positive for the COVID-19 virus; Currently there are 11 employees and 7 residents who are positive. ALL positive COVID residents are cohorted on our Jerusalem Unit, which we have dedicated as our Covid Unit. We continue to work with the Ocean County Health Department; our testing plan remains the same; for now, both residents and all employees will be tested weekly.

As a reminder, our voicemail line can be called 24/7; messages will be updated in the event there is a change with our COVID 19 status. The message will state the number of NEW positive results of staff and NEW positive results of residents. Every attempt will be made to update the phone line within 24 hours of the positive result being reported to us. The number is 732-592-9403. Please feel free to call this number anytime you like; do not leave a message after the beep because messages will not be monitored.

For any family members/guardians who still have not given consent for their loved one to have a flu vaccine, please reconsider! Flu vaccinations are so very important- and more so this year, with COVID-19 outbreaks. Please call your loved one's unit manager and inform them you are changing your minds regarding the flu vaccination- flu vaccines can save lives!

Have the BEST DAY that can be!!

BE WELL and SAFE for both you and all of your loved ones!

Our continued THANKS AND APPRECIATION for all you do!

Have a great day!

Shimi Falik, LNHA