Rochester Manor + Villa is committed to keeping your loved ones safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of the virus, RM+V is not accepting visitors at this time except for residents in end-of-life situations.
Preventative measures and safety precautions are in place for anyone who enters the RM+V campus. We are screening everyone, including team members, residents, and any others before they enter the RM+V facility. Temperature checks are required upon entry as well as checking for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Each person is additionally asked about recent travel destinations and if they have come in contact with someone with a potential or confirmed case of COVID-19.
We are currently* offering the following types of visits:
- Window Visits
- Compassionate Care (as appropriate)
*Please be advised that due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, our visitations may change at any time. We encourage family and friends to contact the Activities Department to discuss these options.
We are taking steps to increase safety and limit unnecessary exposure. Things like extra cleaning throughout our facilities, providing appropriate PPE for our staff, requiring everyone to use hand sanitizer and wear a mask upon entry, and social distancing are examples of the measures RM+V has implemented. We also test our team members and residents for COVID19 at least weekly for surveillance.
The number of positive COVID-19 residents noted below are recently diagnosed. When recommended quarantine requirements are completed and residents are covid-free, they are then removed from the list.
The RM+V campus currently has a total of
0 positive COVID-19 residents and 1 positive team member.
Any positive team members are quarantined during their infectious period, and any positive residents remain in our separate COVID19 isolation unit as our staff continues to follow infection control procedures above and beyond guidelines.
Visitation Plan Updated 8/7/2020
RM+V will continually assess the ability to permit outdoor visitation. Following 2 weeks of all negative results in testing, RM+V will wait the 14 day period required by the PA Department of Health before considering outdoor visits. Additionally, RM+V must meet other requirements such as adequate staffing and testing to allow visits.