Symphony Reaches Over 200 Successful COVID-19 Patient Recoveries, 48 at Joliet Nursing Home CHICAGO (May 13, 2020) — Symphony Care Network’s COVID-19 Task Force today dispatched its new “hot spot” testing unit to help stop the spread of coronavirus and to support recovery efforts at its hardest hit facilities, with over 200 patient recoveries across…
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Preparations are underway for local care facilities to begin accepting COVID-19 patients from area hospitals that have been strained by the number of infections.
tates considering steps to mandate that skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) accept hospital discharges who may have or actually already have the coronavirus (COVID-19) should instead work to direct SNFs to create as many segregated COVID-19 units as possible, leaders of the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) said.
A message of sincere gratitude from Symphony Care Network’s CEO, David Hartman. Your continued trust, support, and strength is invaluable to us. As we work together to prevent Covid-19 cases in our centers, please remain #SymphonyStrong.
This story has been updated to reflect the most recent developments: Federal…
Symphony facilities in northwestern Indiana are limiting visitation to minimize the risk of Covid-19 to their guests, loved ones, and communities.