The Thompson House Residential & Rehabilitative Care
Updated April 5, 2022
- Visitation times are 11 am - 7 pm, seven days per week.
- All visitors will be screened at the entrance of the facility. This screening will include:
- Taking of temperature (must be at 99.5 degrees or less to enter).
- Will be asked if they have had a temperature greater than 99.5 degrees in the last 24 hours. If so, they will not be able to enter.
- Asked if they have any COVID-19 symptoms. If so, they will not be allowed to enter.
- Asked if they have had any exposure to COVID-19 in the last 10 days or asked to self-quarantine because of exposure. If so, they will not be allowed to enter.
- All visitors must have had a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen tested within 24 hours(at Thompson House)and/or will have a COVID-19 rapid antigen tested before going to the visit resident.
- Visitors will be required to wear a mask at all times.
- Visitors will be required to social distance at all times.
- If more than two visitors, the visitor is asked to call 845-871-3705 so that a special accommodation can be made.
- If a visitor can’t visit during this time, they have been advised by the April 5, 2022 letter to call the activities department at 845-871-3705 so that a time can be scheduled.
- If you want to bring a pet to visit the facility you must call 845-871-3705 so that we can inform you as to what is required to allow for pets to visit the Thompson House.
- We ask that unvaccinated children under 14 refrain from visiting due to their ability to spread COVID-19 with zero symptoms. If children under 14 must visit, please call the activities department at 845-871-3705 ahead of time so that the Interdisciplinary Care Team can review and for special circumstances only.
- We encourage visitors not to visit in the resident rooms unless the resident is unable to get out of bed or they are in a private room to preserve the roommate’s privacy and promote rest.
- Special provisions will be made for palliative and compassionate care visitation.
Policy reflects current CDC & NYSDOH guidelines.