McAuley Hall Outdoor visitation rules and procedure
We acknowledge the toll that separation has placed on both families and residents for such an extended period. In accordance with the New Jersey Department of Health directives we are now permitting scheduled outdoor visitation. In the event that a resurgence in COVID-19 cases or if other health concern arises, the facility reserves the right to cancel outdoor visitation. RULES
Please keep in mind that by coming to the facility, you are assuming the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
To minimize exposure to our residents, you agree to take certain precautions that will help keep our residents and your love ones safe. Refusal to comply with set precautions will result in cancellation of the scheduled visit.
Visits will only commence if visitors are symptom free.
No more than 2 visitors will be permitted at a time
Visitors will maintain social distance (6 feet) from everybody inside the facility, including your loved ones
No food and drink are permitted during visits.
Visitors may not leave waiting area until cleared to proceed outdoor visitation area.
Outdoor visitors will not be permitted inside the facility to use the restroom, so please plan your visit accordingly.
You must wear a mask, to cover your nose and your mouth at all times.
Schedule outdoor visits using ……
Come at schedule time desk to be screen and sign informed consent form.
You are to stay in designated area until directed to proceed to outdoor visitation area.
Staff will remind visitors 5 minutes before end of visit so they can plan accordingly.
Visitors may bring items for residents but must leave it with the receptionist.
If you develop any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 during the 14 days following your visit, please contact and inform us as soon as possible.
The Rules and Procedure for Outdoor Visitation is created to comply with current guidelines issued by NJDOH. These may change as new directives from CMS, CDC and NJDOH are published. Please understand that McAuley Hall is committed to the safety and wellness of our residents, staff and their loved ones, so please adhere to the set rules and procedure and consider staying home if you believe you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or may have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. We Thank you for your support and cooperation.