October 22, 2021
Dear Residents, Families & Friends:
I am happy to inform you that we are still COVID FREE. Our residents and staff members have all tested Negative during our regular testing period. Residents that go out of their rooms must continue to wear their masks, social distance and wash their hands frequently throughout the day.
As you may be aware, Covid vaccine booster doses are now approved by the FDA for distribution to eligible persons. Hebert’s has their first Pfizer Covid booster clinic on November 1st and 2nd. Over the next week we will be reaching out to you regarding completing and returning necessary consent forms for your loved ones. This vaccine will be available for residents who received their second dose of vaccine at least 6 months ago. Please feel free to call us with any concerns. You can ask to speak to our Infection Control Nurse Anmar Achabi or the Director of Nurses Rachel Atwood.
As a reminder, please be mindful to check with the nursing department for any visit request or to go on a leave with your loved-one. Again, upon leaving, you and your loved-one must check with the receptionist and the same is expected upon your return. Please be mindful to exercise all infection control precautionary measures upon your interactions with others and entering/leaving the facility. Please always remember to wear mask when needed.
The activity department will continue to assist you with face-time visits if you prefer.
We ask that you reserve your spot with Delores Medina, Activity Director. Main Dining room, Activity room, residents room or the outside area for your convenience. Please call the Reception desk to schedule your appointment.
Visit times are as follows:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 9am-11am & 2:30-3:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am-11am & 1pm-2pm or as requested
Feel free to contact myself or Rachel Atwood, DNS anytime with questions or concerns.
Linda Wheeler Omiunu, RN, LNHA, VPO
COVID Vaccination Record
Hebert Health Center
|Date Updated: 09/30/21||POST NUMBER BELOW:|
|Personnel/ Health Care Worker (Denominator) • Includes employees, as well as volunteers, students, trainees, and any individual whether paid or unpaid, directly employed by or under contract with the facility on a part time basis or-full time basis • Reporting should include, but is not limited to: physicians, physician assistants, nurses, environmental, laundry, maintenance, dietary service, certified nursing assistants, therapists (e.g., respiratory, occupational, physical, speech, and music therapists), social workers, clerical, other health care providers, administrative and support staff • Does not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility • If HCP were eligible to have worked in two or more facilities, each facility should include such personnel in their denominator • Include persons who work full-time and part-time; Count individuals rather than full-time equivalents||Number of Personnel: 102|
|Cumulative number of HCP who have Completed COVID-19 vaccination series (Numerator): Dose 1 and dose 2 of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine -or- Dose 1 and dose 2 of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine -or- 1 Dose of Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine (Data sources may include health records – paper and/or electronic documentation of vaccination. Documentation of vaccination should include vaccine type and date(s) of administration).||Number Completed COVID-19 Vaccination: 96 Percentage Completed COVID-19 Vaccination: 96%|
|Cumulative number of HCP who have received Partial COVID-19 vaccination series (Numerator): Only dose 1 of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine -or- Only dose 1 of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (Data sources may include health records – paper and/or electronic documentation of vaccination. Documentation of vaccination should include vaccine type and date(s) of administration).||Number Received Partial COVID-19 Vaccination: 1 Percentage Received Partial COVID-19 Vaccination: 1%|