COVID-19 Updates

July 30, 2021

We have had two positive COVID-19 test results on our campus; one staff member and one resident. Those impacted are following quarantine guidelines and Evergreen continues to follow guidance issued by public health and the CDC. Individuals who have come into contact with a person who tested positive have been notified.

 

Numbers in Winnebago County and the state continue to climb. Please continue to wear your mask when you are moving around campus. It is important to remain diligent in our efforts to keep COVID-19 out of the building and masking in common areas continues to be important.

 

All staff and residents in the Creekview Health Center have tested negative for COVID-19. Visitation in household 4 will remain suspended until further notice per state guidance.

 

Please share this important visitation information with friends and family who may plan to visit Evergreen.

 

All Health Center residents and staff will be tested and ongoing testing will continue per state guidelines.

 

Staff will also continue to complete symptom screening before each shift and we are following state guidance for on-going testing. Staff impacted by COVID-19 are following quarantine guidelines and will return to work when they are cleared by Evergreen’s Infection Control Preventionist and Employee Health Nurse.

 

We continue to monitor COVID case numbers in Winnebago County and are seeing an uptick in positive cases. Our residents and staff remain our first priority and we’re grateful for your support and understanding as we continue to navigate the ever changing conditions.

 

We continue to be grateful for your patience and support.  Please continue to check back for ongoing updates.

 

 

July 23, 2021

Visitation in the Creekview Health Center has resumed for all households EXCEPT household 4. Visitation in household 4 will remain suspended until further notice.

 

Please share this important visitation information with friends and family who may plan to visit Evergreen.

 

All Health Center residents and staff will be tested and ongoing testing will continue per state guidelines.

 

Staff will also continue to complete symptom screening before each shift and we are following state guidance for on-going testing. Staff impacted by COVID-19 are following quarantine guidelines and will return to work when they are cleared by Evergreen’s Infection Control Preventionist and Employee Health Nurse.

 

We continue to monitor COVID case numbers in Winnebago County and are seeing an uptick in positive cases. Our residents and staff remain our first priority and we’re grateful for your support and understanding as we continue to navigate the ever changing conditions.

 

For more information regarding Evergreen’s COVID-19 response, please visit our website at www.EvergreenOshkosh.com. Thank you for continuing to trust us with the care of your loved one.

 

We continue to be grateful for your patience and support.  Please continue to check back for ongoing updates.

 

 

July 22, 2021

After several uneventful months, COVID 19 numbers are once again on the rise. While the majority of the cases tend to be among the unvaccinated, a small number of fully vaccinated individuals are becoming infected and testing positive as well.

 

We are encouraging all of our residents, staff, family and friends to remember that we cannot allow anyone to enter our community beyond our screening stations if they report that they have ANY symptom. We are also closely monitoring COVID 19 numbers in our area and if trends continue to show growing concern, we may need to reinstate full precautions across various areas of campus. Please use discretion when visiting and postpone in-person visits if there is any chance that you could be ill, could have been exposed, or were gathered in large numbers with others who were not all vaccinated.

 

Thank you for your continued understanding and ongoing support of our efforts to keep our residents and staff safe.

 

 

July 21, 2021

One staff member on the Evergreen campus has tested positive for COVID-19.  We continue to follow guidance issued by public health and the CDC to safely manage the situation. Individuals who have come into contact with a person who tested positive have been notified.

 

Due to this positive test results, all visitation in the Creekview Health Center has been suspended until further notice.

 

Please share this important visitation information with friends and family who may plan to visit anyone in the Evergreen Creekview Health Center.

 

Staff will also continue to complete symptom screening before each shift and we are following state guidance for on-going testing. Staff impacted by COVID-19 are following quarantine guidelines and will return to work when they are cleared by Evergreen’s Infection Control Preventionist and Employee Health Nurse.

 

We continue to monitor COVID case numbers in Winnebago County and are seeing an uptick in positive cases. Our residents and staff remain our first priority and we’re grateful for your support and understanding as we continue to navigate the ever changing conditions.

 

We continue to be grateful for your patience and support.  Please continue to check back for ongoing updates.

 

 

July 1, 2021

Please share this important visitation information with family and friends who may plan a visit to Evergreen. It is vital that we continue to follow federal and state guidance and comply with all regulations. Health center requirements are different than community recommendations.  This includes wearing a mask, social distancing and handwashing.

 

Please remember the following when visiting your loved one:

– Visitors are still required to screen at the kiosk at door 4

– Visits must take place in resident rooms or outside, not in common areas

Two people are allowed to visit at a time

– Residents & Visitors must wear masks when out of resident rooms

– The GardenSide Restaurant and Pub 67 remain closed to health center residents

– Dogs are not yet permitted in the health center. If you would like to have a pet visit, it must take place outdoors.

 

Per guidance, once you are vaccinated you still need to practice normal pandemic behavior. Here is why:

– In the short run, it takes several weeks after getting the vaccine before it builds-up a protective immune response in your body. Until then, you are still vulnerable to get sick from the COVID-19 virus.

– For those who are vaccinated and do not get sick, we don’t know yet if some virus particles can survive and reproduce in your body that you might to spread to others when you breathe, cough, or sneeze.

– Because the virus is still spreading, it is especially important to wear a mask and continue physical distancing to protect yourself and your family.

 

We continue to be grateful for your patience and support.  Please continue to check back for ongoing updates.

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