Cumulative COVID-19 Data Summary
Cumulative Number of Positive COVID-19 Cases:
Residents = 19
Employees = 158
Last Positive Case Confirmed on January 22, 2022
Data Updated on January 24, 2022
Current Visitation Options and Procedures
Visitation Changes Effective Monday, November 15, 2021
Friday, November 12, CMS released new regulations regarding visitation during the pandemic. CMS has determined that based on the high number of resident vaccinations and high vaccination rates among nursing home employees, the continued restrictions on the residents’ rights to visitation are no longer necessary. Therefore as of Monday, November 15, indoor visitation is allowed at all times and for all residents without limits to the frequency of visits, length of visits, the number of visitors, and without the need for advance scheduling of visits.
- All visitors must be screened for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 upon entry into the building at the Dotson Assisted Living entrance.
- All visitors must wear a face mask and socially distance at all times.
- Visitors should go directly to the resident’s room or apartment and remain there for the entirety of the visit. Gathering in common areas is not permitted.
- Visitors who have a positive virual test for COVID-19, have symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine, should not enter the building.
- Visitors are encouraged to be tested before coming to the facility and to be vaccinated.
We are very excited to welcome visitors back to Saint Simeon’s!
Other visitation options still available:
Facetime—Life Enrichment assists residents with video chats through Facetime, Zoom, Google Duo, and Skype.
No facemask is required.
Please contact Life Enrichment for the Unit your loved one lives on:
Assisted Living: 918-794-1924 or 918-794-1932
Healthcare: 918-794-1921 or 918-791-1933
Memory Center: 918-794-1964 or 918-794-1920
Off-site Visits—These outings have to be scheduled with Kendyl Troutz at 918-794-1903 or email@example.com so that we can coordinate pick up and drop off.
If you would like additional information, visit the CDC’s Coronavirus disease information page at: