Dunwoody Village strongly discourages unvaccinated individuals and individuals who have not received the most up-to-date boosters from visiting our campus due to increased risk to themselves and our residents.
Visitors to Skilled Nursing and Personal Care:
Visitation is allowed for all Care Center residents at all times regardless of vaccination and/or outbreak status. While not recommended, residents who are on transmission-based precautions (TBP) or quarantine may still receive visitors.
There is no limitation on the number of visitors. Large groups and unvaccinated visitors are discouraged.
- There is no limitation to the length of the visit.
- Visits do not need to be scheduled in advance.
- Infection Control Protocols will continue to be followed as outlined below:
- Upon visitors’ arrival, each visitor must complete the electronic screening process and utilize hand sanitizer, which is provided.
- All visitors must wear a mask at all times. Visitors should visit only in the resident’s room, and should not visit or linger in common areas.
- If resident is on isolation or precautions for COVID-19, their visitors must stay in the resident’s room or designated visitation area and must keep PPE on at all times throughout the visit.
- Visitors should contact nursing staff for any needs.
- At the end of the visit, visitors will sign-out at the electronic screener.
Visitors to Residential Living
Effective Friday, September 9, 2022, staff and guests working and visiting in Residential Living, including Village apartments, Country Houses and Penrose Carriage Homes will no longer be required to wear masks but will be required to continue to complete the screening process in the Main Building Lobby.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Dunwoody Village takes seriously its responsibility to its residents to ensure a safe environment in which to live. It is with that responsibility in mind that we continually communicate current measures, together with resources, activities and opportunities available for our residents, as we work together to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
We continually assess our protocols, taking into consideration the recommendations of medical experts and governmental agencies, and we continue to keep staff, residents and families updated. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation and understanding; it is only by working together that we can reduce the risk.
Hear Dunwoody Village’s Medical Director, Dr. Thomas Lawrence, discuss the COVID-19 vaccine here.
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The following includes the plans that Dunwoody Village submitted to Pennsylvania’s Department of Health and Department of Human Services on July 27, 2020: