Information & Procedures
Our Founders, Medical Directors, and Clinical Leaders are closely tracking all Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) developments that affect our agency, our patients and our staff. We are also monitoring the health status of all patients, visitors, volunteers, and staff in our care settings for signs or symptoms of COVID-19. These measures will help mitigate the risk of community spread.
Please know that we are maintaining constant communication for the latest guidance from organizations like CMS in Washington D.C., the CDC in Atlanta, DOD Headquarters in the Pentagon, the State of Oklahoma DOH in OKC, and others; and we are exercising prudent planning in anticipation of potential service interruption as a result of this pandemic. As of now, we are continuing to provide services for all patients under our care with restricted access in some communities where our patients reside. We will increase our communication with family members and caregivers to ensure they remain informed regarding expected frequency of visits and any limitation to our ability to provide hospice services.
The safety of our patients, family and team members is our first priority. We have implemented multiple procedures to protect ourselves, protect our patients/families, provide telephonic triage services as needed, and prevent or treat this disease as required. The COVID-19 outbreak is an emerging and rapidly evolving situation. We will do our very best to keep you apprised as circumstances change, including feedback if we are restricted from caring for your family member. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to call if you need anything.