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Prestige Care Center of Plattsmouth

Up-to-date information on COVID-19 illnesses in residents

Update 12/28/23

We have completed our outbreak testing (two weeks with no positive tests staff or resident) and no one in isolation at this time. All group activities have been resumed. Visitors are still encouraged to utilize masks when visiting and refrain from visiting if you are feeling ill. Thank you. If you have any questions please call the facility at 402-296-2800.

Update 12/15/23

We identified one additional positive case this week, We will continue outbreak testing until no further positives are identified. The positive residents remain in isolation. We are limiting group activities and dining. We hope that next week we can resume group activities and dining, If you have any questions please call the facility at 402-296-2800.

Update 12/04/23

We are continuing to identify positive staff and residents as we are doing Covid outbreak testing. Positive residents have been placed in isolation and staff are completing isolation at home.

When visiting the facility, it is strongly recommended that you wear a surgical mask and perform hand hygiene often. If possible, please visit your loved one in their rooms and limit time in common areas. We are increasing sanitation and staff are wearing N95’s.

If you have any questions please contact the facility at 402-296-2800.

Update 2/23/23

76 residents all COVID tested – all negative results

No staff positives

All residents out of COVID isolation at this time

Update 2/21/23

76 residents all COVID tested – all negative results

Update 2/13/23

2/13/23 – We tested 79 residents today and had one new positive they have been placed in isolation.

First team member- 1/30/2023 (NO direct contact with team members; tested before he came to work) He is unvaccinated- tested because was showing symptoms (1/30-2-4)

Second team member- 2/4/2023 direct contact unvaccinated- First scheduled shift week (we have all unvaccinated team member test weekly ) No symptoms (team member off work effective 2/4-2/9)

Tested resident on 100/200 total of 16 residents

2/4/2023- Negative

2/6/2023- Negative

2/8/2023- Negative

Third team member fully vaccinated 2/7/2023 – late last evening started having symptoms during shift; body aches, cough and runny nose; tested positive (2/8-2/12/2023)

Whole wide facility test done 2/7/2023

86 Residents:

10 positive – per POC test; none are experiencing symptoms; physician notified, order was to monitor for 5 days for symptoms. All POA’s where notified.

300 Hall – 1 Positive

400 Hall – 4 Positive

500 Hall – 5 positive

ACU (Memory Support) – Negative

Each room was put into isolations and residents that use conjoining bathroom, also all HCP are wearing N95 in common areas, isolation resident receiving, room trays, and activity 1:1 packets and self-directed packets.

2/8/2023 Team Member teaching other team how to test; fully vaccinated no symptoms; works kitchen will do a facility wide test 2/10/2023.

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1/30/2023 – One team member positive NO direct contact with residents

Second team member- 2/4/2023 direct contact only with 100/200 Halls total of 16 residents
2/4/2023- all residents negative
2/6/2023 – all residents negative 2/8/2023- all residents Negative
2/7/2023 – Third Team Member positive
Whole wide facility test done 2/7/2023
86 Residents:
10 positive – per POC test; none are experiencing symptoms; physician notified, order was to monitor for 5 days for symptoms. All POA’s where notified if resident had a positive POC.
300 Hall – 1 Positive
400 Hall – 4 Positive
500 Hall – 5 positive
ACU (Memory Support) – Negative
100/200- Negative
Each room was put into isolations and residents that use conjoining bathroom, also all HCP are wearing N95 in common areas, isolation resident receiving, room trays, and activity 1:1 packets and self-directed packets.

2/8/2023 Fourth team member positive

2/10/2023- will do another facility wide testing, continue to test all residents and team member twice a week until all negative for 14 days

The well-being and safety of our residents and staff is top priority. mitigation actions being taken to prevent further spread are isolation of those residents diagnosed positive COVID-19. We continuously monitor residents for signs and symptoms and will contact you if your loved one is suspected or diagnosed with COVID- 19. In addition to these precautions put into place, we are providing on-going training to all employees on infectious disease control measures, we havea supply of PPE, we are screening and taking temperatures on EVERY person coming into the facility and we are strictly adhering to guidance from local, state and federal agencies. Visitation has not changed however if you are experiencing any symptoms we encourage you stay home.

If you have any questions or concerns please free to reach out.

Jeff Martin

12/20/2022, 1/1/2023

Positive Staff members: 2

To Our Residents and Family Members:

Positive team members have no direct contact with residents. All residents remain COVID-negative. We will continue to follow CDC and DHHS guidelines. All visitors are welcome and we encourage everyone to wear a mask and sanitize before entering. We recommend you do not visit your loved one(s) if you are exhibiting signs or symptoms of the flu or COVID to help keep our residents safe.