Dear Sinai Residents, Employees, Families, Friends, and Doctors;
I hope this letter finds you Healthy & Safe!
To ensure the safety of our residents and employees we are continuing Covid-19 testing of Residents weekly & Employees weekly as the facility currently remains in outbreak mode. In transparency the facility currently has 1 resident1 that has tested positive for Covid-19 and 0 Covid positive residents that were newly admitted to the Covid Recovery unit. There are currently 0 employees that have tested positive for COVID-19. Unfortunately, we suffered with the total loss of 22 Residents to the Covid-19 virus. We ask that everyone remains vigilant with PPE & mask usage and we continuously encourage safe social distancing.
*** The First COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC was scheduled on Wednesday 12/30/2020. Walgreens was at Sinai Post Acute providing the Pfizer vaccine to all residents and employees that gave consent. The second vaccination clinic date dose was scheduled on 1/20/2021. Those that received their first dose on 1/20/2021 received their second dose on 2/10/2021. The Local Department of Health provided the first dose of the Moderna Vaccine to our interested Residents and employees on 3/3/2021 and the second dose will be provided on 3/31/2021.
Any family that would like to arrange for a facetime phone call, outdoor visitation, essential caregiver visit, or end of life visit can either contact the social services department or leave a voice mail at 973-483-6800×117. ** Please Note – outdoor visits will be cancelled / rescheduled due to extreme weather conditions such as Rain or Temperatures below 45 degrees**. We look forward to being able to once again offer outdoor visitations beginning mid- March, weather permitting.
For all urgent inquiries, please call us 24/7 at 973-483-6800 or email us at email@example.com.
** Please note the Emergency Outbreak Plan is posted to the Sinai Website for review.
Please remember to check our Website for updates that are posted regularly.
As always, we thank you for your continued support and pray that everyone stays safe.