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Visitor Schedule and Coronavirus Update

Visitor and Coronavirus Guidelines for March 2020

A Note from our CEO and Administrator. Please check back here for additional announcements before visiting Mother Angeline McCrory Manor or The Villas at Saint Therese.

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Mother Angeline McCrory, Founder, Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm

03/17/2020

To Our Residents, Families, and Guests,

We are following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Governor DeWine’s office to restrict all visitors due to the spread of COVID-19. Doctors, laboratory services, x-ray and all other "essential" health services will continue to serve facility residents. This practice is in place now and will be reviewed at 14-day intervals. Please check our website frequently for updates. Our focus remains on doing what we do best, keeping our residents and staff safe. Be assured that we are prepared, protocols are in place and reviewed daily and will be updated as needed. We have strong clinical and operational plans in place to manage infection control for everyone involved.

We here at Mother Angeline McCrory Manor & The Villas at Saint Therese understand how important it is to visit your loved ones and how difficult it may be to not see them "face-to-face". We will assist you during this time to stay in contact with your loved one: send and receive phone calls, face time, Skype, social media or email communications. Please let us know how we can assist you.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Sincerely,

Sr. Ann Brown, OCarm., CEO and Joanne Whiteman, Executive Director



March, 16, 2020

Our primary priority is to maintain the health and safety of our Residents as we continue to monitor the evolution of COVID-19. In our efforts to protect our Residents, we have initiated a strict visitation policy. Visitation to our Residents will no longer be permitted until further notice.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Sincerely,

CEO Sister Ann Brown and Administrator Joanne Whiteman




March 11, 2020

To Our Residents, Families & Visitors,

To ensure a safe environment for Mother Angeline McCrory Manor and The Villas at Saint Theres Residents and visitors, amid the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ohio, we have updated the Resident and visitor polices. As this situation is still evolving, please check this page for policy changes before each visit.

While we understand the important role that family members and visitors play in the Resident’s life, the new policies aim to balance the needs of Residents while maintaining a safe environment for all.

Our focus remains on doing what we do best; i.e. keeping our Residents, visitors, and staff safe. Be assured that we are prepared, our protocols are updated daily, and we have clinical and operational plans in place, for each phase of COVID-19.

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, such as but not limited to fever, lower respiratory infection, shortness of breath, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, please do not visit.

For Visitors and Caregivers

- Visitors must be at least 16 + years or older;

- One visitor per Resident, per day;

- Any visitor who is coughing, or shows other signs of illness, upon entering the facility will be asked to leave.

- One family member is allowed to accompany each Resident to a necessary appointment;

- Prior to entering Resident areas visitors will be screened if showing any symptoms. Sick visitors will be asked to leave.

Additional restrictions may be imposed based on the further impact of COVID-19. Please check our website and informational material at the front desk.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Sincerely,

CEO Sister Ann Brown and Administrator Joanne Whiteman

I thank God for each one of you.

Mother Angeline McCrory

Community of Faith

The Carmelite Sisters have provided over 65 years of spiritually motivated care for the elderly of Columbus. The Villas at St. Therese was established in 1998. Construction of our new 147-bed facility began several years ago and was completed in 2005. Mother Angeline McCrory Manor was named in honor of the Foundress of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm.

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