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Atoka Manor is striving to meet all cautionary measures during this COVID time period. We have provided staffing education, consulting with our State surveyors in planning and working with the State health departments to prevent, identify, and combat possibilities involving this virus.
Sadly, recent events have required facility testing for COVID-19 and it has been identified that two staff members and one resident have tested positive for the virus.
The employees are in quarantine at home and in good condition. All staff have been informed and we are working to inform families at this time. The resident is in isolation in a segregated room for the safety of self and others and that family has been informed.
We are working with public health officials as required; and are following procedures recommended by the CDC and state health department. We want to ensure that residents, their families, and our dedicated staff are aware of this situation, and reassure all that we are working diligently to remain in control of this situation. We understand the concern this brings to loved ones. We want to assure all that we are alert to our continued efforts of prevention and care we provide to the residents.
Developments are ever changing regarding COVID and we see that the uncertainty raises many concerns. The well-being of our residents and staff remain our top priority. Our mission has never been more meaningful and impactful in caring for your loved ones during this unprecedented time in world history.
Because of our wonderful team of dedicated healthcare workers – our home will remain ever alert to cases of COVID-19 or active signs/symptoms; due to the increasing numbers in our community. We strive daily to maintain safety. In doing so we will be continuing to withhold visitation and strictly monitor daily activities.
Our residents and staff are always committed to supporting our community by following the recommendations set forth by the CDC and state/local health authorities to prevent this spread of this virus in our facility.
We will provide updates regularly. Transparency is vital in times of unrest and we understand the importance of putting fears to rest.
If you have any questions please contact Administrator Debbie Dill, or Danni Reed, Director of Nursing, with your questions at (580)889-2500.