Regent COVID-19 Precautions As the Covid-19 Pandemic overtook the US at a rapid speed, Regent Healthcare took the responsibility to rise up and educate the masses. By following the CDC guidelines, we have been able to protect and continue to care for our Senior Community, as well as, stand by our caregivers while they provide the services needed at our Regent Standard.
Regent Healthcare partners with families and communities ensuring our caregivers are protected while with their clients. Safely donning and doffing PPE is just another step in stopping the spread of any infectious disease. Watch now to see how Regent Caregivers are properly applying and removing their PPE.
Since the moment COVID-19 reached the United States, Regent Healthcare has been diligently working to protect both our clients and caregivers. Because, once you choose Regent, you are family. Now, our bond has strengthened through trust and appreciation so much, that we began a social media campaign to showcase how strong we are. #proudtobeessential is a way for our caregivers to express their joy of caring for our senior community. Their clients are forever grateful for the consistent and compassionate
Who is the Joint Commission? They are an Enterprise that accredits over 20,000 United States Healthcare Organizations and Programs. They are a non-profit who pushes Regent to improve the safety and quality of care we provide to our clients. They hold us accountable for what we do and say through the provision of health care accreditation and related services that support performance improvement. We have been Joint Commission Accredited for years now and appreciate their knowledge and guidance through, thus
Regent has pledged to spread cheer to our partnering senior communities during this trying time. With that said, we started a CARD CAMPAIGN and it was a HUGE SUCCESS! So, WE WANT TO TO IT AGAIN! With the COVID-19 pandemic, our communities are on lockdown and unable to receive visitors (even family members!). Yes, phone calls are allowed, but depending on their diagnosis, even phone calls can be challenging. WHAT TO DO? Grab a box of greeting cards and you and your
Essential or not, President Trump has urged Americans to wear masks while out in public. With the shortage of masks worldwide, the CDC has recognized this idea of, “Homemade mask is better than no mask.” and have offered guidance on properly placing and removing. Below you will see a video with our Surgeon General demonstrating how easy it is to make a mask without taking the PPE from hospitals and healthcare workers. As a Healthcare worker, properly
With Hospitals being the first to receive PPE, Regent Healthcare, Inc. has been working effortlessly in requesting assistance through any outlet available. Thus far, we have: Coordinated with state and local emergency management agencies to get on the list for PPEs Made Daily supply runs to numerous stores surrounding each of our 4 locations (Central, Chestertown, Eastern Shore, Southern Maryland) Submitted orders through Amazon and Staples weeks ago Our efforts are to rebuild our Emergency Supply Locker. At this time, we have very limited quantities of: Latex
Regent is pledging to spread cheer to our partnering senior communities. With that said, we have started a CARD CAMPAIGN to bring the outside world in during these hard times. With the COVID-19 pandemic, our communities are on lock down and unable to receive visitors (even family members!). Yes, phone calls are allowed, but depending on their diagnosis, even phone calls can be challenging. WHAT TO DO? Grab a box cards, or make your own and you and your family can
https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce https://govstatus.egov.com/md-coronavirus-business “If you work in a critical infrastructure industry, as defined by the Department of Homeland Security, such as healthcare services and pharmaceutical and food supply, you have a special responsibility to maintain your normal work schedule.” – Director of Cyber-security and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
Governor Hogan gave a riveting update this morning in response to both, Maryland’s first death by COVID-19, as well as, first confirmed case in a child (5 yr old). His, “All hands on deck” approach will soon prove its impact in the days to come. With the number of cases growing 88% in 48 hours, his approach is nothing short of necessary. On behalf of the Nations Governors Association, Gov. Hogan will be submitting 5 requests to the president, vice president,