Anaheim Healthcare Center
Our top priority has and always will be the safety and well-being of our residents and employees. We are doing everything we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking all the appropriate steps under the current circumstances.
We aspire to be the leader in skilled nursing innovation and dedication to safety and quality of services. Our firm goal is to restore the confidence of employees, residents, family members, and the communities we serve. We know that fear can be a terrible barrier to residents seeking the wellness they need and employees performing their best work. We can’t guarantee that we won’t have instances of illness, as this is a global problem affecting all communities, but we can take steps that will increase the safety of the environment. We are pursuing activities that will reduce the frequency, severity, and impact of infectious diseases.
We will continue forward, forging our own path. We have identified organizational goals that will be unique and exceed industry standards. We believe these initiatives will be very effective and will strive to make every facility as safe as possible.
Update – January 19, 2022
We know these are challenging times for you and your loved ones, like you, our utmost concern is for the health and well-being of our Residents and to ensure our staff is healthy and able to continue to care for our Residents. With that being said, we continue to take all necessary cautionary measures and are strictly adhering to and implementing all CDC recommendations and guidelines. We continue to work with state and local agencies as we fight COVID-19. During this time, we also recognize how important it is to keep the lines of communication open to give you timely information. The facility will be providing updates of new developments as they take place on this page to keep you updated.
January 19, 2022 – As of 1/19/2022, Anaheim Healthcare has 47 residents in the red zone, 12 positive and still out no PUI. We continue to maintain a designated COVID unit to assist our community and local acute hospitals with taking care of COVID-positive patients. The feedback we are receiving from Orange county Public Health is that the COVID positive numbers in Orange County have increased dramatically over the winter holidays. We are strongly recommending no visitation at this time, to protect our staff, our Residents as well as you and your family members. We urge you to contact your loved one here at Anaheim Healthcare via face time. You can coordinate a designated time to video chat with your loved one through our Social Services Department. Please contact us at Anaheim Healthcare if you have any questions. Wishing you a Happy New Year and together, with your cooperation, a safe and healthy New Year for all of us.
At this time, Anaheim Healthcare Center has a designated “Red” or COVID 19 isolation unit that has been set up per CDC and Public Health guidelines.
Per CDC guidelines and directions of the Department of Public Health, we continue to monitor all staff and residents for signs/symptoms of COVID-19. COVID-19 testing for staff and residents continues per the guidance of the CDC and Department of Public Health. We continue to monitor all staff members prior to the beginning of the shift, which includes taking and documenting each person’s temperature. We continue to adhere to Infection Control Guidelines as outlined by Public Health.
At this time, visitation is still allowed. Please bring your COVID-19 vaccination card when visiting. A mask is required before entering our facility and must be worn at all times while in the facility. Our Receptionist will take your temperature and you are required to answer a short questionnaire prior to visiting your loved one. Please contact Social Services for additional information or questions you may have.
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What ongoing clinical practices are in place to prevent infection?
All employees and residents are assessed every shift for symptoms.
• Hand hygiene observations are being conducted to prevent any transmission.
• Staff members are expected to use personal protective equipment throughout their shift.
• Additional sanitizing stations have been installed for our guests and employees.
• In both public spaces and patient rooms, surfaces are thoroughly treated with hospital-grade disinfectants with increased frequency.
• We have begun a decolonization activity like nasal betadine swabbing.
• Staff are screened at least monthly for COVID.
Do staff members have the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) - e.g., masks, gowns, gloves - that they need?
Our team has worked around the clock to acquire appropriate PPE and implemented PPE optimization strategies based on CDC Guidelines. All employees have been trained on how to properly use PPE.
What are you doing to help residents stay connected with their families or other loved ones during this time?
We work with each of the residents and their families to establish a convenient method of communication with their loved ones.
What is the plan to communicate important information to both residents and families on a regular basis?
Families are notified by phone when/if an employee or patient is confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 or when there has been a change in condition for the resident.
Are you fully staffed?
The facilities have and will continue to staff according to the guidelines and criteria provided by the state.
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