Our uniqueness during the Coronavirus Pandemic

We understand that choosing post-acute placement, whether it is a Short-Term Rehabilitation or Long-Term Care, can create a great deal of fear and anxiety, especially during these unprecedented times. We want to reassure our community partners we are doing everything possible to safeguard and protect our most vulnerable population. Below are just a few highlights that emphasize the uniqueness of our facility, setting us apart from others.

Premier Rehabilitation is our stand-alone Short-Term rehabilitation building, separate from LTC, located on the beautiful 100-acre campus of Maranatha Village. We are fortunate to have this newly renovated facility comprised of 35 private rooms and a dedicated rehabilitation staff with access to sufficient supplies of PPE. During the early stages of this pandemic, we developed an action plan consisting of the creation of an isolated COVID-19 unit with designated staff to provide care should the need arise. These combined measures were implemented to ensure less risk for widespread infection during this crisis. Our on-site Infection Preventionist and Nurse Educator stay current on guidelines set forth by the CDC and DHSS to promote and enforce adherence/compliance within our facilities. As an added layer of safety, we are partnered with Ecolab and are practicing strict and effective cleaning standards. By offering in room dining services, activities and telehealth visits our residents can remain in their rooms, where they are better protected. During this crisis, we recognize psychosocial needs as an integral part of the healing process and will continue to welcome and encourage window visitors and phone/video calls. To better meet spiritual fulfillment, Chaplain services are also available upon request to meet the needs of those we serve.

Our staff at Maranatha Village takes pride in the ability to provide a rehab experience in an environment that is different from a traditional LTC setting. We hope you find this information useful when assisting patients with placement during this difficult time.
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