COVID-19 Community Updates
Permanent PCSC residents who are willing and able have been vaccinated, so that the vast majority of our residents are immunized against COVID-19. This, along with certain relaxation of restrictions by regulatory authorities, means we have been in the process of opening our communities back up. We are thrilled that life on our campuses has returned to normal in many ways. There is new level of excitement among residents and staff!
PCSC communities are moving in new residents and giving tours. Further, residents in all levels of care are currently able to receive visitors indoors. Please be touch with the individual communities to learn about touring and visitation opportunities for specific levels of care.
We continue to remain committed to strict infection control practices, as we follow best practices and regulatory guidance to ensure the safety of residents, guests, and staff.
COVID-19: Safety Precautions
- We have deployed aggressive health and safety precautions organization-wide.
- We are leveraging technology to keep residents and families connected.
Keeping our Residents Safe
- The Governor of South Carolina and regulatory agencies have restricted visitors at senior living facilities. Only residents and staff are allowed at this time.
- We will make accommodations for end of life situations but approval by the Executive Director or Health Care Administrator is required.
- Our staff will help facilitate a call or FaceTime between family and residents. Please contact the Community directly for further information.
Keeping our Employees Safe
- All employees are screened for health indicators prior to working each day.
- They are adhering to Center for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19. That includes steps outlined in the CDC’s Handwashing website.
Keeping our Facilities Safe
- We deployed preventative cleaning measures throughout our organization.
- Deliveries to our Communities have been modified.
- Again, access to our facilities is restricted to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.