Outbreak Response Plan

Update -- October 7, 2020


Dear Parker at Monroe Families & Residents,

As previously reported to you, the New Jersey Department of Health recently issued guidance related to the re-opening of nursing homes.

Phases are determined based on an outbreak status within our home. An outbreak is concluded when there are two full incubation cycles for 28 continuous days without any positive cases in residents or staff. I am so pleased to report that Parker at Monroe is moving from Phase Zero to Phase 1, effective October 9, 2020. 

Some of the key changes that I'm sure you'll find the most exciting in Phase 1 are that we will be returning to limited communal dining and communal activities with social distancing. You can read Parker's full Outbreak Response Plan on our website

As we move through the phases as quickly and safely as possible, please know that our team has been working on digesting guidance from the NJDOH and planning for the execution of each directive. We will provide updates as we advance to other Phases.

Parker at Monroe's plan is fluid and must coincide with the phases of the State's "The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health" and we will need to react to ongoing conditions within our community.

Thank you so much for your support and patience. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Gina Kirchoff, LNHA
Administrator

 

Update -- September 21, 2020


As you may know the New Jersey Department of Health recently issued guidance related to the re-opening of licensed facilities. Our team has been working on digesting this guidance and planning for the execution of each directive. We are pleased to inform you that Essential Caregiver guidance was released to our residents and families on September 11, 2020. We know this was of importance to everyone and appreciate your patience as we worked through this issue.

Currently, Parker at Monroe is at Phase Zero and we are working on the directives which will allow us to move forward. We will provide updates as we advance to other Phases.

Below you will find a link to Parker at Monroe’s Outbreak Response Plan. This document conveys what is planned and what to expect as we reopen with the main objective of reducing and stopping the spread of COVID-19 in our community while addressing resident’s needs.

Parker at Monroe’s Plan is fluid and must coincide with the phases of the State’s “The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health” and we will need to react to ongoing conditions within our community.

VIEW PARKER’S OUTBREAK RESPONSE PLAN – Parker at Monroe