In keeping with our Covenant, Mennonite Village is committed to the health and safety of our residents, staff, and their family members. To this end, Mennonite Village is following all local and state guidelines, as well as recommendations from the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS). Through this guidance, Mennonite Village has restricted access to all care areas. These areas include:
- Quail Run Assisted Living
- Mennonite Home Skilled Nursing
- Lydia’s House Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care
State and local protocols for visitations change often. For specific information regarding visitations, please contact the care area directly.
- Mennonite Home Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation: 541-928-7232 ext. 211
- Quail Run Assisted Living: 541-928-1122 ext. 304
- Lydia’s House: 541-4728 ext. 407
Visitation to residents in Mennonite Village Independent Living duplexes is still allowed, however, safety practices including social distancing and wearing masks are required.
Mennonite Village has a clinical task force meeting at a minimum of once a week to openly communicate and share best practices and protocols. Regular updates are provided to staff and residents through:
- Postings at entrances to buildings
- Employee Newsletter
- Closed Circuit TV Channel
The Ashwood Court II Restaurant dining room is open to residents of Ashwood Court II apartments only. Residents in our Independent Living homes may order meals to be delivered.
All activities within Mennonite Village Independent Living have been suspended.
The Lakeside Center Fitness Center is closed. Wellness staff are providing exercise classes through our closed circuit campus television station.
All staff and residents in care areas are tested on a regular basis according to state and federal guidelines
All staff, visitors, and vendors entering Mennonite Home, Quail Run Assisted Living, Lydia’s House, or the Mennonite Village administrative building are being screened. Mennonite Village requests the staff, residents, and approved essential visitors of the community to follow the recommendations of the CDC and wear face masks in all public settings (grocery stores, pharmacies, post office, public parks, etc.) in addition to maintaining social distancing.
For further education on COVID-19 its symptoms and how to protect yourself and family members, visit the Centers for Disease Control website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html. You can receive regular updates on COVID cases statewide, along with policy updates on the Oregon Health Authority website https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19.