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Update on Visiting - 08/03/2021
As from 08/03/2021 we can confirm that St Bartholomew's Court Nursing Home are following updated government guidance on visiting in care homes. Please see key message from the government. Full information can be found by accessing the following link: Key Message from the Government.
Each resident can nominate one person for regular visits - as agreed with the care home.
These visitors should be tested using supplied rapid lateral flow tests at every visit.
Testing is one way of reducing the risk of visiting a care home, but it does not mean there is no longer any risk. The visitor must also wear appropriate PPE, and following all other infection control measures.
Visitors are advised to keep physical contact to a minimum. Visitors and residents may wish to hold hands, but should bear in mind that any contact increases the risk of transmission.
Please ensure you continue to use our visiting booking system when you wish to book a visit and if you have any questions please email email@example.com.
Covid 19 Vaccination Update
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that 100% of residents have received their first dose of the Covid vaccine.
Our Intermediate Care Service is also ensuring all patients are offered the vaccine. 100% of patients on intermediate care who can receive the vaccine have also had their jab!
Our staff uptake is quite successful too! 88% of staff who can receive the vaccine have and this figure continues to rise on a daily basis.
We would like to thank you all for your continued support and kindness. If you have any queries please get in touch. We are always happy to help.
New Guidance for Visitors
From 19/12/2020 St Bart's Court Nursing Home closed to visiting due to several positive test
results for COVID 19. We are working closely with our Local Health Protection Team and are taking
all the necessary measures and precautions as per local authority and government guidelines for
care homes. Once the outbreak has been declared over we will post this onto our website page and
update relatives who are subscribed to our relatives mailing list. Visiting in exceptional
circumstances will be considered following a full risk assessment by contacting the home or by
emailing the Management Team:
For further information on visiting in care homes please read the care home leaflet supplied by Knowsley Council. Once visiting has resumed all visitors who wish to book an indoor visit will need to attend a testing site (locations included in the leaflet) within 4 hours of their scheduled visit.
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the home directly. If you are a relative of a resident or patient currently residing at St Bart's and wish to be added to our relatives mailing list to receive updates about what is happening in St Bart's, information on our COVID 19 status or to answer any queries or questions then please email Gemma who will happily add you to the mailing list.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our staff for working so hard this past year. We are very proud of our workforce who have shown dedication and commitment throughout the pandemic and are caring with confidence through our homes values HEART.
We would also like to thank all of our residents and relatives who have supported us and spurred us on in what can only be described as the most challenging time for Care Homes.
Stay Safe and Well,
The Management TeamMessage from St Bart's Care Team
St Bart's fully support the Hands, Face, Space Campaign and with the new variant now rapidly spreading across the country we cannot stress enough how important it is to safeguard our most vulnerable as much as we possibly can to reduce the transmission and help our amazing NHS. Please continue to socially distance, wash your hands, use face coverings/masks when in public spaces or within 2 metres of others you do not live with. Continue to follow the guidance and lets work together to supress the virus now we have hope with the COVID 19 Vaccine.
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