During routine PCR testing of staff, we had one staff member’s test return positive the week of 5/17/22. This employee was sent home on quarantine and the facility implemented it’s outbreak protocols which included the wearing of N-95 masks and weekly testing of residents and staff. During the week of 5/25/22, two other staff results returned positive. We continue to test weekly all staff and residents and will continue until we’ve had 2 consecutive weeks of all negatives. No resident tests have returned positive, and they are 98% fully vaccinated with boosters planned for June of 2022. Visitation has not change, but we asked our visitors to continue observing the Infection Control Practices of the facility which include symptom screening, hand hygiene, and wearing mask when walking through the facility or in common areas. 

 

As of February 2022, the facility has had no positive staff or residents. The county positivity rates are now well below 5 percent. Visitation has resumed at the previous schedule: 10 a.m. -10 p.m. We continue to follow core infection control principles and ask that no one visits who has cold or flu-like symptoms. Masks will be worn in all common areas. Thank you for your continued support.

12/29/21 – Covid-19 Update: Today we have had 3 staff members test positive for Covid-19. We have encouraged our staff to let us know when they are feeling symptomatic so they can quarantine. As a result, these employees have been quarantined since before the results of their tests were known. Per our protocols, we will be testing all residents and staff over the next two weeks and will posts updates to this page in order to keep everyone aware of the results. The new variant is highly contagious. Please do not come the facility if you are experiencing even mild cold symptoms. The Omicron variant is milder, but it can still cause real problems for the elderly and those with underlying symptoms.

 

12/01/21 – Covid-19 Update: As of today, we are out of outbreak precautions. Thank you to all staff for your caring and dedication to our residents! The community numbers are still extremely high. Please do not visit our facility if you have been exposed or are showing any symptoms of a cold or flu. Our staff are all wearing N95 masks and are taking precautions to ensure that our residents stay safe.

11/24/21 – Covid19 Update: The residents test from Monday 11/21/21 have all came back negative. We still are under outbreak precautions and expect to have our staff results back today. The community numbers are still extremely high. Please do not visit our facility if you have been exposed or are showing any symptoms of a cold or flu. Our staff are all wear N95 masks and are taking precautions to ensure that our residents stay safe. Please have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

11/22/21 COVID UPDATE: We completed our baseline testing of all residents and staff. I am happy to report that all residents were tested and negative. We did however have one new employee test positive.  The employee was originally tested on 11/19/2021, is asymptomatic, and is on Home Quarantine. We are still asking at this time, that all non-essential visitation be limited until we are able to determine if there are any additional cases.  Our plan is to complete full outbreak testing for all residents on Monday 11/22/21 and staff on Tuesday 11/23. Once we have established that no other residents and staff have been affected by completing two weeks of negative testing, we will be considered cleared of this outbreak. Masks are required for visitation for all residents and visitors regardless of vaccination status or visit location at this time.  County Positivity Rate was at 7.62% this week.  This means we in a SUBSTANTIAL transmission rate according to the Center for Disease Control. Please stay safe and healthy!

If you have any questions, please reach out to Matthew Maurano at 410 795-4100.

11/19/21 COVID This morning we received a result back that 1 staff member was positive for COVID.  The employee was originally tested on 11/16/2021, is asymptomatic, and is on Home Quarantine.  The employee is a dietary worker who is not a care giver and has limited contact with our residents.  However, at this time all we ask that all non-essential visitation be limited until we are able to determine if there are any additional cases.  Our plan is to complete full outbreak testing for all residents and staff on Monday 11/22/21 and Monday 11/29/21.  Appointments are required for all indoor visits and only compassionate care visits will be approved.  Once we have established that no other residents and staff have been affected by completing two weeks of negative testing, we will reopen to our regular visitation policy. Masks are required for visitation for all residents and visitors regardless of vaccination status or visit location at this time.  County Positivity Rate was at 7.62% this week.  This means we in a SUBSTANTIAL transmission rate according to the Center for Disease Control. Please stay safe and healthy!

If you have any questions, please reach out to Matthew Maurano at 410 795-4100.

Transitions Healthcare-Oakland Manor

Assisted Living Facility

November 2021

Visitation Policy

Effective 11/15/21, Transitions Healthcare Oakland Manor will go back to our Pre-Covid-19 visitation schedule. Visiting hours will be daily between 10am and 10pm. Door will lock after 10pm for the security of our residents and staff.

Visitors will be asked to call the facility to schedule a time to visit. We continue to apply core infection control principles to prevent the spread of Covid-19. No visitor will be denied unless the visitor is showing signs and symptoms of an infection. We ask that you do not enter the facility with coughs, sneezes, runny nose, fever, and other symptoms of infection. At this time, we asked that only two visitors at a time per resident. However, if there are more than 2, please allow us time to make arrangements to accommodate for a safe visitation (e.g., masks and space to achieve social distancing). All visitors are required to wear a mask in the halls, common areas inside and outside the building when visiting, particularly when social distancing is not possible. When visitors are visiting their loved ones in the rooms, IF both the visitor and the resident have had both Covid vaccines, then they both can take off the mask inside the room only.

 

Thank you for your continued cooperation.

Current Covid Policy 9/24/21- Masks are required for visitation for all residents and visitors regardless of vaccination status or visit location at this time.  County Positivity Rate is at 5.11% this week.  This means we are still in a high SUBSTANTIAL transmission rate according to the Center for Disease Control.   No appointment is needed for outdoor visits, however, please allow time upon your arrival for us to get your loved one and transport them to the visitation area.  Outdoor visits are highly encouraged, if you plan to visit your loved ones indoors, please continue to call to schedule the visit.

All Visitors are required to get a covid screening upon entering the building. You will be required to answer the covid symptom questions and have your temperature taken, and are required to wash your hands upon entering and exiting the building.  If you are having ANY of the symptoms, please refrain from entering the building.

Stay safe and well

If you have any questions please call Christina Bryant, Executive Director at 410 795-4100.

9/23/21 COVID Update: Oakland Manor has been given permission to reopen to our regular Covid visitation policy. We have not had any additional positive cases since we began testing on 9/13/21 and have completed testing on all vaccinated and unvaccinated residents and staff.

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