Dear Family Member:

We are writing to give you an update on the situation at our facility as it relates to COVID-19.

As you know, our first case was identified in early April. From the beginning, we have worked closely with the DuPage County Health Department. We continue to follow all guidance from the County, Illinois Department of Public Health, CDC and CMS.

As of this morning, we have five positive resident cases in-house and are currently awaiting test results for three other residents; one was tested because he/she was showing symptoms; two have been tested because their roommates tested positive, however, these two residents are not show- ing any symptoms. Our Garden View unit has been physically altered to enclose a section and any Garden View resident who tests/tested positive are moved to this unit. Similarly, a group of rooms on the first floor which can be closed off from the rest of the building has been designated for any residents that test positive.

We have had staff members test positive as well. At this time, any employees who tested positive are at home on self-isolation in accordance with CDC recommendations.

We continue to closely monitor all of our residents’ and patients’ vital signs each shift so that we can identify any changes in condition quickly. All employees are screened at the beginning of their shift and mid-shift for any symptoms, including fever. Any employee found to be symptomatic is sent home. Let me assure you that we have adequate numbers of PPE and that it is being used by all employees in accordance with CDC recommendations.

As stated in previous correspondence, we will contact the responsible party of any resident who has any change in condition, including COVID-19 symptom. Weekly updates will be available on our website at each Friday. We would like to compile a list of email addresses that can be used for faster communication as well. Please send an e-mail to and include your family member’s name, your name and your email address.

We will continue our fight against COVID-19. We thank you for your continued support and understanding during this very challenging time. Please know that our top priority is the safety of our residents, patients, and staff. Please keep yourself safe during this time and know that your loved one is in good hands.


Jina Lebert-Davies