The safety of our patients, residents, staff and families is top priority during these uncertain times. You have our assurance we’re following all recommended health guidelines and actively monitoring the situation, adjusting as needed.
A message from Rod Bailey, CEO, Diamondback Healthcare Center
Over the past few months, Arizona has reached several important benchmarks in the fight against COVID-19: state-wide mass distribution of the vaccine, a steady decline in the number of new cases, and hospitalizations are at their lowest level since the middle of September 2020.
While we are excited and encouraged by this progress, Diamondback Healthcare Center will continue to follow all guidance issued by the CDC, AZDHS and Maricopa County Health Department regarding COVID-19 mitigation in an effort to prevent any future spread of COVID-19 in our senior living communities.
Safety Protocols & Best Practices
Remain in Place
The following best practices have been developed and implemented to ensure the continual safety of residents, staff, and guests at all Christian Care Communities:
Continue to Cycle Clean all high-traffic common areas, maintain hand sanitizing stations at entrances to all dining venues, public and common areas throughout each campus.
Continue to post signs & symptoms of COVID-19 at all entrances and exits of the campus, as well as dining venues, public and common areas.
Continue to have all visitors, guests, and vendors sign-in, complete symptom screening and record temperature.
Preventing the Spread:
Continue to enforce the use of face masks and physical distancing in common areas according to CDC guidelines and best practices.
Continue to assist residents and staff in scheduling appointments for vaccinations, as appropriate & necessary.
From the CDC:
Our commitment to the health and safety of our residents, staff and loved ones continues to be our top priority. We thank you your support in our efforts to sustain these commitments.
Very best regards,
Rod Bailey, LNHA, MSW, PhD, RHP
Chief Executive Officer