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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

1/22/2021 - 9:30 a.m. EST 

Please note: Only Concordia locations that currently have, or at one time had, positive cases of COVID-19 are listed on this page. If you do not see the Concordia location you are interested in here, then that location has remained free of COVID-19.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Concordia at the Orchard in Butler, PA (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Concordia at the Orchard.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Twelve residents and three employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia Village of Tampa (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have 10 residents and three employees at Concordia Village of Tampa currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and FL Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

One employee currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia at Sumner in Copley, OH (Updated 1-15)

This statement is to alert the public that we have one employee at Concordia at Sumner who is currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individual is currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprint at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Two residents and one staff member in Skilled Nursing and one staff member in Personal Care at Concordia of Monroeville currently positive for COVID-19 (Updated 1-22) 

This statement is to alert the public that we have two residents and one staff member in skilled nursing and one staff member in Personal Care at Concordia of Monroeville currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are testing and actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of the South Hills (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of the South Hills.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Three employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia at Villa St. Joseph (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have three employees at Concordia at Villa St. Joseph currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Zero residents or employees at Concordia at Cabot Lund Personal Care, zero residents or employees in Oertel Personal Care, and four employees and zero residents in Skilled Nursing currently positive for COVID-19 (Updated 1-22) 

This statement is to alert the public that we have zero residents and four staff members at Concordia at Cabot Lund Personal Care, zero residents or employees in Oertel Personal Care, and four employees and zero residents in Skilled Nursing currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are testing and actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Concordia at Rebecca Residence (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Concordia at Rebecca Residence.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of Cranberry (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of Cranberry.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Several employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia Home and Community Services Organizations (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have several employees at Concordia Home and Community Services organizations who are currently positive for COVID-19.

  • Concordia Visiting Nurses: Two employees
  • Good Samaritan Hospice: Two employees
  • Concordia Community Support Services: Zero employees
  • Concordia Private Care: Zero employees
  • Concordia Hospice of Washington: Zero employees
  • Concordia Medical Equipment: Zero employees

The employees are currently at home in isolation. We are actively monitoring our employees for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated the employees' footprints at their respective offices to determine who they came in contact with, and have notified those employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of Franklin Park (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Concordia of Franklin Park.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Two employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia at Ridgewood Place (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have two employees at Concordia at Ridgewood Place currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Zero active cases of COVID-19 at Harmony Physical Rehabilitation in Monroeville, PA (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we currently have zero cases of COVID-19 at Harmony Physical Rehabilitation.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Two residents and three employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia of Wexford (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have two residents and three employees at Concordia of Wexford currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprints at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

Nine residents and two employees currently positive for COVID-19 at Concordia of Fox Chapel (Updated 1-22)

This statement is to alert the public that we have nine residents and two employees at Concordia of Fox Chapel currently positive for COVID-19. The positive individuals are currently in isolation. We are actively monitoring our residents for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and are working with our local and state health departments.

We have investigated their footprint at the facility to determine who he/she came in contact with, and have notified our residents, families and employees. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health infection control guidelines.

Since mid-March, Concordia leadership has been meeting regularly to assess the virus’ progression in the region, make operational adjustments and plan for this expected incident. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening residents' temperature multiple times per day, monitoring all residents for signs and symptoms and continuing to screen staff members' temperature at the beginning and end of their shift. We are also utilizing disinfecting fogging machines and UV disinfection devices throughout the building. All staff are currently wearing face masks. Additional personal protective equipment is also being used when appropriate.

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Each of our PA facilities has different visitation policies, based on various recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the PA Department of Health. At ALL Concordia locations, the following policies are in effect:

  • Visitors of patients/residents in end-of-life situations are permitted. We ask that you please call the facility before coming to the building.
  • Anyone entering a building for any reason, including staff, will be screened for temperature, signs and symptoms of COVID-19, recent travel destinations and contact with someone with a confirmed or potential case of COVID-19.
  • All locations are offering alternate methods of visitation. Loved ones are encouraged to contact the Activities Department at the facility to schedule.

Concordia has been synonymous with high quality care for nearly 140 years, and our commitment to those we serve remains unwaveringly high in the current landscape. We sincerely appreciate the concerns of our community and we continue to ask for your prayers. To read the current CDC guidelines and updates, please click here to visit the CDC website.