The Latest COVID-19 Updates At Shaker Place
We are pleased to announce that starting Monday, December 21, 2020, we will begin giving the vaccine to residents enrolled in the program. For more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Preparedness page for more information.
Our Commitment To Keeping You Informed
At Shaker Place Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, we believe it is our responsibility to update you as new information is released from the CDC and other medical and public health experts. As we all struggle to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic we want you to be assured we remain committed to your loved one’s health and safety while remaining as transparent as possible.
Senior care and long-term care facilities are highly regulated with extremely strict infection control protocol, especially during this national health crisis involving the coronavirus. We ask that you abide by the restrictions put in place by the interdisciplinary team at Shaker Place.
All updates regarding COVID-19 will be posted to our Facebook page, email, and this page with references to government-supported resources like the CDC. For more information, please contact us with any questions or concerns regarding COVID-19.
Does Shaker Place have access to the COVID-19 vaccine?
Yes. Shaker Place Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is among the first groups to gain access to the COVID-19 vaccine. We will begin giving the vaccine to residents enrolled in the program starting Monday, December 21, 2020. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any additional questions. More information on vaccination preparedness can be found here.
Are Visitors Allowed at Shaker Place During COVID-19?
Refer to the yellow visitation status bar on our website for current visitation policies or call 518-869-2231. Please see the attached Visitor Fact Sheet for general visitation rules and guidelines.
Information from the CDC
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DO NOT VISIT if you have fever, shortness of breath, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea.
Until You are Completely Recovered.
Infections like flu and novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are especially dangerous to the residents and can be avoided.
If you have any questions about COVID-19 vaccinations, please contact us.
Phone: (518) 869-2231
Vanessa Denning, Medical Director: [email protected]
Rebecca Provost, Director of Nursing: [email protected]
How is Shaker Place Different during COVID-19?
Shaker Place has recently completed a major renovation that added almost 77,000 square feet including additional common areas space and additional private rooms. The increase in living space allows residents to still gather while remaining socially distant from other residents during this unprecedented time. All guidelines are strictly enforced regarding social distancing and masks.
In addition to the many socially distant common areas are the spacious resident rooms. All resident rooms were designed with space and privacy in mind. Our private and even our bi-axel rooms allow separation for safety and include Jack and Jill sinks to ensure distance.