COVID-19 Updates

Latest COVID-19 Update

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

We have two additional cases to report. One staff member in our Skilled Nursing unit and one non-facility resident case. This resident was admitted today from another facility and tested positive on a rapid test. The resident is currently in quarantine and being cared for. Please see our updated numbers below.
Updated numbers:
9 Skilled Nursing residents (1current case in house)
     • 9 Recovered
     • 1 non-facility case
1 Assisted Living resident (No current cases in house)
     • 1 Recovered
9 Staff members (3 current cases)
     • 6 Recovered and back to work
Please take the proper precautions when visiting and follow all guidelines:
If you feel sick or have been exposed to COVID-19, please postpone your visit. If you’re not up to date on your vaccination, we strongly encourage you to get tested upon arrival in our lobby area.
Current Guidelines:
• Visitors and residents must wear a tight-fitting mask over the mouth and nose upon entering the facility and for the duration of the visit.
• Guests should refrain from visiting when sick or symptomatic, regardless of vaccination status.
• Guests visiting indoors must be 2 years and older.
• All visitors should have temperature and health screening done at the front desk before going to the units or visiting area.
• All visitors should go directly to the designated visitation area. No roaming the halls.
• Visitors and residents are not able to eat or drink during their visits.
• Family/Visitors are not permitted in the dining room during mealtimes

Monday, May 16, 2022

We had one staff member test positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. On a lighter note, all resident cases have recovered as well as most of our staff cases. Please see our current numbers below.

Updated numbers:
9 Skilled Nursing residents (No current cases in house)
     • 9 Recovered
1 Assisted Living resident (No current cases in house)
     • 1 Recovered no current cases
8 Staff members (2 current cases)
     • 6 Recovered and back to work
Please take the proper precautions when visiting and follow all guidelines:
If you feel sick or have been exposed to COVID-19, please postpone your visit. If you’re not up to date on your vaccination, we strongly encourage you to get tested upon arrival in our lobby area.
Current Guidelines:
• Visitors and residents must wear a tight-fitting mask over the mouth and nose upon entering the facility and for the duration of the visit.
• Guests should refrain from visiting when sick or symptomatic, regardless of vaccination status.
• Guests visiting indoors must be 2 years and older.
• All visitors should have temperature and health screening done at the front desk before going to the units or visiting area.
• All visitors should go directly to the designated visitation area. No roaming the halls.
• Visitors and residents are not able to eat or drink during their visits.
• Family/Visitors are not permitted in the dining room during mealtimes

Outbreak Response Plan

Updated January 14, 2021 – Per the reopening guidance given to LTC facilities by the NJ Department of Health, Reformed Church Home has created a COVID-19 Outbreak Response Plan to be fully prepared in the event of a future COVID outbreak. Please see the attachment for more information. This document will be updated as necessary and implementation will be announced on our website, via emails to all current families, and other methods.

For any questions or concerns, a dedicated hotline number (848) 230-6427 at RCH can be called. Families will be able to leave a message for follow-up by the administrative team.