Visitor Info

Visitation Guidelines

Visitation is now allowed for all residents; advanced scheduling is not required. (for more than 4 visitors please reach out to the facility, and we will work to accommodate your visit in a safe manner)

Please read the important information below which is a condition set forth by NJDOH and CMS for anyone visiting the facility, regardless of vaccination status.

A well-fitted face covering or mask (covering mouth and nose) must be worn while in the facility.

Physical distancing at least 6 feet from other people, in accordance with CDC.

The New Jersey Department of Health requires visitors to wear eye protection while CALI score is not “low” – for the most up to date CALI score please visit this link: Communicable Disease Service | COVID-19 Weekly CALI and Variant Surveillance Reports (

Maintain Hand hygiene, wash hands frequently with soap and water or use hand sanitizer during the visit. Use of hand sanitizer which is alcohol based is preferred. Hand sanitizers are accessible and located at facility entrance/patient care areas/elevator exits.

Visitors are required to limit the movement within the facility to the resident’s room or the designated visiting area throughout the visit (reduce walking the halls, avoid going to dining room, etc.).

Visitors will be screened for symptoms (fever, sore throat, runny nose, cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches, diarrhea) and have a temperature check prior to entering the facility. If you feel “under the weather” or just “not like yourself” please postpone your visit, even if you have a negative test result. this is the best way to prevent introduction of diseases (COVID, FLU, etc.) to the facility.

Informed consent forms are to be completed at the front lobby desk upon arrival at the facility for visits.

One will not be allowed to enter the facility if you:

  • Have Symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Temperature greater than 100 degrees F.
  • Close contact during the past 14 days (before the visit) with someone who has COVID.
  • Has a positive test result which requires isolation.
  • Fail to follow core infection control practices, or facility’s policy.

Visitors will be offered and are encouraged to be rapid tested for Covid-19.

Visitors are encouraged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Visitation carries a risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 infection.

After you leave the facility you are required to monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 for at least 14 days after exiting the facility. If symptoms occur, you should self-isolate at home, contact your healthcare provider, and immediately notify the facility of the date you were in the facility, and the individual(s) you were in contact with including the location(s) visited in the facility.