Notre Dame Health and Rehabilitation Center Visitation Policy and Procedure during the COVID-19 Pandemic Notre Dame Health and Rehabilitation Center is committed to supporting person- centered visitation that considers the Resident’s physical, mental and psychosocial well-being, while supporting their quality of life. To prevent and mitigate exposure to the COVID-19 virus, these core principles and best practices will be followed that reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission: Core Principles of COVID-19 Infection Prevention Screening of all who enter the facility …
PIN Recognition of our Heroes of COVID-19
Words from our Director of Nursing Laurie Pompa
While most people were being asked to stay home and social distance. You all were front and center taking care of our Residents infected with Covid-19.
Many of you were working long shifts, 7 days a week to ensure our Residents were cared for.
I’d like to take this time to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all our employees here at Notre dame.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging it’s put significant pressure on our healthcare system.
Nevertheless, our staff continued to devote their time and energy to contain this pandemic.
We are very humble by your invaluable dedication, commitment, and sacrifice in managing this pandemic- often at times risking your own health.
Together, we will win this battle against COVID-19.
I also want to take this opportunity to pray for those who because of this virus lost their lives. I want to pray for the continued health and safety of our employees.
The work you do is extremely significant.
We sincerely want to say “THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!”
- August 9th Memo – Mandate for COVID-19 Vaccination of SNF Employees (Executive Order No. 13B)
- Executive Order No. 13B
- August 19th Memo – Authenticating Vaccination Status for Individuals subject to Executive Order No. 13B
- Vaccine Reporting Requirements and Attestation Form – Staff-Vendor-Agency
July 3rd, 2021
On June 29, 2021, Kethrine Gillies Hinds retired from Notre Dame after 35 years of service. She started as a Certified Nursing Assistant working all three shifts. Then went back to school to become a Recreation Director. We wish her well as she could begin to enjoy her family and friends. We at Notre Dame are grateful to have known Kethrine in her dedication, love and service to the residents throughout her 35 years. May God bless her retirement.
With love, prayers and best wishes from all the Notre Dame Staff, Residents and Family.
Happy 4th of July to all family and staff – Sister Marie Lucie Monast, SSTV/RN/V.P.