Corona Virus Information
CRYSTAL CARE CENTER OF MANSFIELD
CURRENT COVID OUTBREAK POLICY
To all resident Families, guardians, and/or sponsors,
Please be advised that in the past week we have experienced an exponential increase in the number of staff and residents who have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Please be aware that we are following all recommendations and guidelines set forth by Federal, State, and Local health authorities. This includes but is not limited to donning and doffing all appropriate PPE as required.
Also, as required by law, we will be notifying you of any new COVID cases as they may occur after each testing cycle, as the results are verified by the Lab. Because of HIPPA considerations, we will not be able to provide you any specific identifying information, rather we will provide you with the updated number of staff and residents on a weekly basis.
The rise in facility cases, is directly proportional to what we are experiencing in the community. We understand that this is difficult for you our families but rest assured that we are doing everything we can to mitigate the spread of the virus in the facility. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Administrator Anthony Wheaton, or the Director of Nursing Natalie Barr with any questions you may have.
Again, we want to thank you for your patience and support of us, as we perform the dedicated and hard work necessary to contain and minimize this virus in our facility.
Anthony L. Wheaton
Crystal Care Center of Mansfield
During this difficult time, we are glad to make it possible for families to video chat with their loved ones! All you have to do is call Crystal Care Nursing and Rehab Center of Mansfield at (419) 747-2666 and ask for Marcy or Renee in our Activities Department to schedule a time. Video chat is available Monday-Friday 10am-4pm.
Family Disaster Preparedness
In the event of an emergency affecting the facility, whether it be the result of natural or man-made circumstances, we want to assure you that we have systems in place to respond to such emergencies. In an actual emergency situation as you might imagine, there will be a lot of fast paced activity occurring with first responders and other emergency personnel arriving at the scene.
We understand that your primary concern will be focused on the well-being of your loved one. We also understand that you will want to call or come into the facility to check on the status of your family. We respectfully ask however, that you resist the temptation to do so, as facility personnel will contact you via the phone number you furnished upon admission, to provide you any status updates.
Any family member, guardian or POA who wishes to review the Disaster Plan can do so by reviewing the Emergency Preparedness manuals which are conveniently located at each nurse’s station.
Your loved one’s safety is of our highest priority and concern. Rest assured that we will do everything in our power to communicate with you as efficiently and effectively as possible throughout the entirety of any emergent event. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Administrator and/or Director of Nursing, or any of our Administrative staff with any questions you may have.
Click HERE for a printable version of the Disaster Plan Instructions for Families.
Vendor Disaster Preparedness
In the event of an emergency affecting the facility, whether it be the result of natural or man-made causes, we want you to know that we have processes and procedures in place to respond to such emergencies. In an actual emergency as you might imagine, there will be a great deal of activity taking place, with potential first responders and emergency personnel arriving on the scene.
Should an actual emergency occur facility personnel will alert you as to the need to make any scheduled or needed deliveries. If you are in the facility conducting business when an emergency occurs, we may request your assistance in responding to emergency in some manner.
We encourage all our vendors to review the facility Emergency Preparedness manuals, which are conveniently located at each nurse’s station. Just notify the charge nurse at the nurse’s station of your desire to review the manual. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Administrator and/or Director of Nursing, or any of our administrative staff.
Click HERE for a printable version of the Disaster Plan Instructions for Vendors.