Mary Ann Manor is accepting new residents.
Please see below how we are prepared
for the latest coronavirus mitigation practices...
Mary Ann Manor is accepting new residents and we want to ensure the public that we are constantly monitoring and evaluating our practices to keep your loved one safe. We understand that making the choice to place a loved one in a facility under these global conditions is worrisome.
Over the past several weeks, Mary Ann Manor has been working closely with the agencies listed below to assist us with best practices for mitigating risks associated with the coronavirus.
We are currently utilizing the following methods:
Quarantining new residents to monitor for symptoms (14-day stay minimum)
Prohibiting visitors and non-essential persons from entering the building (family members allowed to have a "porch visit" while still maintaining safe social distancing)
Screening employees upon arrival to work
Frequent use of disinfecting practices for objects & surfaces
Using personal protective equipment for residents, personnel, and those visitors deemed essential for resident care
We realize that these are trying times for families who wish to spend time with their loved ones. Please call our facility to arrange a video chat with your loved one; it’s a great way to feel & be connected despite the distance!
West Virginia Health Care Association (WV HCA)
West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources (WV DHHR)
West Virginia Office of Health Facility Licensure & Certification (WV OHFLAC) https://ohflac.wvdhhr.org/
West Virginia Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (WV CMS) Medicaid https://dhhr.wv.gov/bms/CMS
West Virginia Bureau of Public Health
West Virginia National Guard
Brooke County Health Department
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