For the health and safety of all residents, our COVID-19 preventative measures are ongoing. Learn more.
At Heartis, the health and safety of residents, team members, and visitors are our top priorities. As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, we continue to monitor the situation, implementing new protocols to manage the risk of exposure and educating our team and residents on best practices for staying healthy, all with guidance from federal and local government and health officials.
We are acting with an abundance of caution, reinforcing our policies and procedures and infection-control measures with our team members. Throughout our communities, we are providing anti-bacterial hand soap and additional sanitation stations, as well as handwashing hygiene training. We have also engaged our supply partners to ensure we have appropriate emergency supplies should the need arise.
In an effort to ensure that residents and team members stay in optimal health, we are postponing all community visits at this time. We will also be canceling or rescheduling any previously scheduled events until further notice.
Should you have any questions, please contact the community’s General Manager. We’re here to support you and your loved ones during this time.
Moving Forward with Vaccine Clinics
Heartis residents and team members are among the first to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at our convenient, comfortable vaccine clinics. These clinics, conducted with a pharmacy partner and available to everyone in our community, provide invaluable progress toward reclaiming lives full of the activities with people we love.
Staying Safe and Supporting Each Other
More than ever, the health and safety of residents, team members, and visitors is our top priority. We continue to do everything we can to manage the risk of COVID-19 exposure at every community while also making sure residents still feel connected to the ones they love.
Getting Creative to Maintain Connection
Our Heartis team members continue to ensure that residents have moments of connection daily. We may need to think differently, but our communities are thriving by maintaining relationships with each other, caregivers, and family in ways that are safe and satisfying.