SAFETY DURING COVID
We at Concierge Hospice and Palliative Care remain committed to provide services and care during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we want you to have peace of mind. We know you share our concerns about this time and want to assure you we are working diligently to ensure all patients and staff in our community can stay safe and as healthy as possible.
☛ We are staying up-to-date with all the CDC guidelines, and are testing and receiving our vaccines with the rollout.
☛ We continue to screen, monitor and track the health of all of our employees for potential exposure.
☛ We are following recommended infection control measures, including hand hygiene, environmental cleaning, and use of personal protective equipment (PPE). We are educating the families in the community in safe techniques.
☛ We ae utilizing telehealth support as needed for patients and families.
We feel confident in our ability to provide uninterrupted care in a way that will minimize exposure to others. Thank you for entrusting us to provide service to you. Stay Safe, and as always, please call us if you have any questions or concerns.
Mary Johnson, R.N., DPCS
Concierge Hospice and Palliative Care
FACTS ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND HOSPICE
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak presents a difficult and uncertain period for healthcare professionals, patients and families in the community, and around the world. Everyday, you turn on the news and read the paper, and hear more gloom and doom.
We, at Concierge Hospice and Palliative Care, are a trusted resource to end-of-life care. We will give you up-to-date easy to understand information regarding the virus, and it’s impact to you personally. All our staff is trained on universal precautions, and we are able to provide you and your home with helpful tips for staying safe during this crisis.
Just like Hospice, no two COVID-19 patients are alike. The infection requires an individualized approach to care. Concierge Hospice and Palliative Care can assist to help alleviate symptoms common with the coronavirus, including fever, shortness of breath, and cough. Patients with depressed immune systems are at high risk, and we are ready and committed to support the care of these patients. Please call us if you have any questions, or if we can assist you during this time.