Both the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) maintain information on nursing homes that includes performance on quality measures, complaints, inspections results, and citation and enforcements actions, as well as any penalties imposed on the nursing home. CMS has created a tool called Care Compare… Read more.
CONTACT PRECAUTIONS ARE NOW IN PLACE DUE TO EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 12 COVID + Residents 18 COVID + Staff Members To aid in reducing the transmission of COVID-19, The Silvercrest Center STRONGLY advises all family and visitors to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and, if eligible, a booster dose. Due to the recent increase in COVID… Read more.
Number of residents who are confirmed positive for COVID-19 – 15 Number of staff who are confirmed positive for COVID-19 – 42 Queens County Positive Result Rate (7 Day Average) – 24.1% Current Healthcare Personnel who received a completed COVID-19 Vaccination – 98.8% Current Residents who received a completed COVID-19 Vaccination – 86.3%
Below please find Silvercrest’s Emergency Preparedness Program (revised 10/22/2021) and the relevant federal and state regulations.
As of today we have 5 new cases, 2 employees and 3 residents have tested positive for COVID-19. For residents who test positive for COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 and remain clinically stable, the medical protocol will be to manage your loved one at Silvercrest. However, if symptoms worsen, such as the development of respiratory distress, hospitalization may be required. Employees who… Read more.
As of today we have 1 new case, 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Employees who test positive for COVID-19, as a result of nasopharyngeal swabbing will be placed off-duty, for 14 days. •Silvecrest is currently in the Yellow Precautionary Zone therefore visitation is suspended until further notice. •We will keep you abreast as… Read more.
Effective 11/11/2020 •As of today we have two new cases, 1 employee and 1 resident have tested positive for COVID-19. Employees who test positive for COVID-19, as a result of nasopharyngeal swabbing will be placed off-duty, for 14 days. For residents who test positive for COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 and remain clinically stable, the medical protocol will be… Read more.