Pleasantview Home gets clean report from state

Posted 4/8/20

Editor:

First, let me thank all the individuals and groups who have offered assistance to Pleasantview in the form of personal protective equipment, groceries and other items, in supporting our …

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Pleasantview Home gets clean report from state

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Editor:

First, let me thank all the individuals and groups who have offered assistance to Pleasantview in the form of personal protective equipment, groceries and other items, in supporting our staff and residents. 

Our board of directors is helping us in coordinating your continued interest in ways to assist. Information will soon be provided to your various church offices on how you can help.

To date, there have been no additional cases of the novel coronavirus in the facility since our staff-associated instance on March 21.

That staff member has fully recovered and has been able to return to work, for which we are extremely grateful. This week we received our official notice from the Department of Inspection and Appeals stating “no concerns” following the off-site COVID-19 focus survey conducted March 26.

We continue to take our guidance from both state and federal agencies and have been relentless in our efforts to protect the health and well-being of our residents and staff.

Our ongoing efforts include surveillance of all staff members at both the beginning and end of shifts, increased monitoring of residents, maintaining social distancing and restriction of visitors.

Jeffrey Schmidt

Pleasantview Home

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