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FAMILY UPDATE

3/30/2020

We continue to closely monitor all of our residents for signs and symptoms of illness.

Currently we have residents with symptoms on 4 units.  To reduce foot traffic, we are closing units to reduce unnecessary contact.   Based on the Department of Health guidance, we are only isolating residents who exhibit symptoms We start precautions for any resident with the symptoms assuming they may be positive. Staff will only need to utilize additional PPE for these residents.   Residents without symptoms will receive care with standard universal precautions.   THE FULL UNIT WILL NOT BE ON ISOLATION.   We also must practice social distancing between residents for safety reasons.

Again, we are following every precaution and directive give to us by the CDC and NYS Department of Health.  Our infection prevention team is headed by our Medical Director with key clinicians.   Please contact the social worker for updates first as we then can keep our nursing staff focused on care needs.   Thank you for your care, concern and support during this difficult time for us all.  

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Click on the link below to read our lastest letter regarding COVID-19:

Family Letter 3.26.20.pdf

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On December 11, 2019, the Maria Regina Staff was treated to a Staff Appreciation Luncheon sponsored by Maria Regina's Family Council. A festive time was had by all!

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Grace, tenderness and broad smiles abound on January 9th at Maria Regina Residence as the Most Reverend Richard G. Henning, Auxiliary Bishop, Diocese of Rockville Centre, opened our Year of Hope: God Renews Our Strength.  Bishop Henning arrived at ten and spent time with residents on the units and porches.  This is where he met S. Mary Eugenia Daley, CSJ, (pictured) who warmly welcomed him to Maria Regina.  After his one-to-one visiting, he gave a thoughtful presentation on St. Paul’s “Hymn to Love” from I Corinthians.  Bishop Henning carried the theme of hope and love into his inspirational homily at Mass.  Before he left, he thanked the Maria Regina family for the privilege of being among them.  It was a great way to begin 2020!
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