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A reminder about infection control from our Utah Department of Health Licensing Manager Kristy Grimes: -All facility staff should be wearing masks at all times in all buildings regardless of the vaccination status of staff or residents. -If staff members are doing close contact personal care, they should use eye protection as well. -When you do have one or more positive cases, be it residents or staff, be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org and an infection preventionist will be assigned to you. Go to https://coronavirus.utah.gov/long-term-care-facilities/ for detailed instructions on infection control. Stay safe out there!
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” — Martin Luther King, Jr. Today we celebrate our continued efforts to achieve equity in environments large and small. We are in this together.
Southgate Senior Living in St George, UT is looking for a compassionate, responsible Caregiver to join their team. They are offering a generous bonus of $1000 immediately upon hiring. For the right candidate, Southgate is offering to pay them to get their CNA license if not already licensed. Check it out for more information!
Our amazing President-Elect - @mindywyatthill was on KUTV last week to talk about resident life in assisted living. She did an amazing job and we are grateful to her residents and family for sharing their stories. Also, thank you to KUTV 2News for sharing these stories and allowing the public to get a glimpse of what these seniors have endured.
You're invited! The University of Utah is partnering with Utah Department of Health HAI team to provide public discussions every month on infection prevention, higher-acuity care, and audience requested topics. The next meeting in happening tomorrow, Jan 11 from 11am-noon. You can still register to attend here! (These sessions have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM)
Post Acute Care ECHO: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/10qi3tbucBVruWm8Y0vZHFvAWpWGocly9