We have received all of the testing results and all are negative. We will test all residents and employees on 9/13/2021. We are continuing to work closely with the local health department and follow all IDPH guidance to ensure the safety of your family members and our employees.
To Our Residents and Family Members:
We want to inform you that we have received confirmation that one employee of Marshall Rehabilitation & Nursing Center have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Resident safety is our top priority and we are doing everything we can to ensure we prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our facility. All residents were tested are being tested today and we will notify you of the results once we have received them. The identified employee has been removed from the schedule and are not permitted to work at this time.
We are staying in very close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking all the appropriate steps. We will not be permitting visitors inside the facility building, per the direction of the local health department, and operations of the facility continue unimpacted.
We understand that you are concerned about your loved one, but it is crucial that we restrict visitation to reduce the spread of this virus. We encourage you to call our center at Marshall Rehabilitation & Nursing Center and ask for Erica Kremitzki or Amy Hannig for updates on the status of your loved one. Please understand that due to the nature of this virus and the numerous steps involved in preventing its spread, much time is spent on resident care and appropriate infection control practices. However, we will do our very best to answer your calls as they come in and/or to return your calls promptly.
We also understand that connecting with family members is incredibly important to our residents. Family members are encouraged to continue connecting with their loved ones through video chat, calling, texting, or other social media formats.
We will contact you if your loved one is suspected or diagnosed with COVID-19.
We know this is a difficult time for everyone. We will continue to provide you with updates as they become available. Please visit our website www.marshallrehab.com and our Facebook page for communications.
Amanda Yoder, L.N.H.A.
We have completed 14 days without any new covid-19 positive cases. Effective today we will be returning to outbreak prevention procedures. We will continue to conduct surveillance testing of all employees in accordance with the IDPH and CDC guidance based on the community positivity rate. We will begin scheduling in person family visits next week.
We have not had any new positive Covid-19 employees or residents identified. We will be testing again on 4/12/2021. We continue to follow all state and federal guidance to ensure the safety of our residents and employees.
We have identified one additional employee and one additional resident that has tested positive for Covid-19. We are diligently following all infection control guidance to ensure the safety of all resident and employees. The family of the positive resident has been notified. For any questions or concerns please speak with Erica Kremitzki or Amy Hannig (217)826-2358. All in person visitation has been suspended until we are out of outbreak procedures. We will continue to offer virtual visits as well as window visits. Please contact Megan Johnson if you are interested in setting up a visit.
Addendum: We have received confirmation of one additional employee who has also tested positive. We will be conduction another round of facility wide testing on 4/5/2021.
We have received confirmation that two residents of Marshall Rehabilitation & Nursing Center have tested positive for COVID-19. These residents have been moved onto the Covid designated unit. We will be conducting another round of facility wide testing on 3/29/2021.
The staff are donning full PPE when providing care for this resident. Resident and employee safety is our top priority and we are doing everything we can to ensure we stop the spread of COVID-19 within our facility. We have notified all required parties including families, residents, and employees per state and federal regulation.
Please contact Amy Hannig or Erica Kremitzki with any questions or concerns at (217)826-2358.
We have received confirmation that an individual at Marshall Rehabilitation & Nursing Center has tested positive of COVID-19. The affected individual is an Employee. Building wide testing for staff and residents is being conducted 3/25/2021.
The staff are donning full PPE when providing care for this resident. We will be re-testing all residents and staff that had previously tested negative following the initial testing per IDPH guidance.
Resident safety is our top priority and we are doing everything we can to ensure we stop the spread of COVID-19 within our facility. We are notifying our staff, residents, and appropriate family contacts of the affected individual as required.
Currently we will have to cease in person family visits until further notice. We will continue with virtual visits as well as window visits. Please speak with Megan Johnson (217)826-2358 to schedule a virtual visit.
Please contact Amy Hannig or Erica Kremitzki regarding any questions or concerns.
We are now moving out of Phase 1 and into Phase 2 of the LTC reopening!!!! We will now be holding small group activities and begin scheduling indoor visits. These visits will need to be scheduled ahead of time with Megan. Each visit will be scheduled for a duration of 20-minutes with a maximum of two individuals allowed ( and must be from the same household). All visitors must be 18 years or older. The following are the precautions that must be enforced to ensure the safety of our residents and this community:
Please feel free to contact the facility with any questions or concerns.
Our region has been removed from tiered mitigation. We began phase 1 of the Long Term Care Reopening. This will allow us to begin with window visits. Please schedule your window visit with Megan (217)826-2358. We will remain in Phase 1 for a minimum of 14 days. We are continuing to test employees weekly and in accordance with the frequency table published by the CDC and IDPH. Please reach out to Amy or Erica for any questions or concerns.