UPDATED February 25, 2021
No visitation for outpatient services, except for OB ultrasound.
No visitors in the Emergency Department (ED) waiting room. If patient answers "no" to COVID screening questions, one visitor may join for up to four hours once the patient is assigned an ED bed. If patient is admitted to the hospital, no visitors allowed until the patient has a negative COVID test result.
Visiting time in the ED is limited to a maximum of four consecutive hours.
One support person is permitted during review of discharge instructions only.
One designated support person is permitted during OB ultrasound.
NO visitors allowed if patient is:
As of December 1, 2020 all hospital visitors are required to present their driver’s license at check-in. For those without a license, another form of photo ID will be accepted. The ID will be scanned to record name and address only, and visitor badges will be handed out along with COVID visitation guidance:
This additional information is being collected at the mandate of New York State’s Department of Health for contact tracing purposes. You may be asked additional questions at check-in when arriving for a visit, depending on current COVID restrictions and any changes to contact tracing requirements. At this time, the need for photo ID is only required for inpatient hospital visitation. F.F. Thompson Hospital’s Emergency Department is not allowing visitors with exception of pediatric patients and patients for whom a support person has been determined to be essential to care (medically necessary), including patients with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and patients with cognitive impairments, including dementia.
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CCC Up-to-date information on COVID-19 illnesses
M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center COVID-19 Updates
February 23, 2021: Due to one new positive staff member at the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center visitation remains closed for at least 14 days.
Letter to Responsible Party/Resident (2/23/2021)
Once visitation resumes, residents' families will be contacted to schedule a designated visitation session per New York State Department of Health Skilled Nursing Home Visitation guidelines (7/10/2020)(9/17/2020)(2/01/2021).
The safety of our residents, visitors and staff remains a top priority. We are asking that all visitors review the documents below, prior to their scheduled visit of MMECCC residents.
UPON ARRIVAL: Park and call (585) 396-6795 to let staff know you have arrived. You will receive further instructions at that time. Please don a mask as soon as you exit your car.
ENTERING THE BUILDING: Only scheduled visitors or those approved for end of life visits can enter building. An intercom is now located in the vestibule, connecting you to a receptionist. Any items being left for a loved one should be clearly marked with the resident's name and avenue, and left on the table in our vestibule. Our receptionist will retrieve the items once the vestibule is clear and will disinfect them, to the extent possible, prior to delivery to the resident.
End of life visitations continue to be limited to one visitor. The MMECCC procedure continues to follow the New York State Department of Health: Health Advisory from 3/13/2020 up to and through 9/17/2020 Guidance. We ask that all end of life visitors review these documents.
All visitors must monitor for signs and symptoms of respiratory infection for at least 14 days after visiting.If symptoms occur, the nursing home must immediately be notified of the last visit date, individuals they were in contact with, and locations visited within the facility.
NYS COVID-19 Reopening Safety Plan (02/01/2021)
MMECCC COVID Visitation Policy (09/21/2020)
Visitation Fact Sheet (02/02/2021)
COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire: Visitor/Associate (11/19/2020)
A number of families of M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center residents have expressed interest in contacting state and federal lawmakers with their concerns regarding guidelines for nursing homes during the COVID-19 response.
As promised by UR Medicine Thompson Health Vice President of Long-Term Care Amy Daly during a teleconference with families on Aug. 13, Thompson is providing the contact information for a number of officials.
CLICK HERE for a PDF with information.
Clark Meadows Up-to-date information on COVID-19 illnesses in residents
Ferris Hills & Clark Meadows COVID-19 Updates
Resident Families may call 585-393-4330 to schedule a designated visitation session per New York State Department of Health ACF Home Visitation guidelines (9/17/2020).
The safety of our residents, visitors and staff remains a top priority. We are asking that all visitors review the documents below, prior to their scheduled visit of Clark Meadow residents.
With the cooler weather, please remember to drop off warmer clothes/a jacket for your loved ones, as visitation will continue outside until temperatures are below 60 degrees.
UPON ARRIVAL: Park and call (585) 393-4330 to let staff know you have arrived. You will receive further instructions at that time. Please don a mask as soon as you exit your car.
ENTERING THE BUILDING: Only scheduled visitors can enter the building when the temperature drops below 60 degrees. After screening, you will be directed where to park and what door to enter. Someone will be there to open the door for you. Any items being left for a loved one should be clearly marked with the resident's name and Apartment number, and left on the table in our vestibule. Our receptionist will retrieve the items once the vestibule is clear and will disinfect them, to the extent possible, prior to delivery to the resident.
The Clark Meadows procedures continues to follow the New York State Department of Health: Health Advisory from 3/13/2020 up to and through 9/17/2020 Guidance.
Clark Meadows Visitation Policy (9/21/2020)
Clark Meadows COVID-19 Visitor/Associate Screening Questionnaire
Visitation Fact Sheet (9/21/2020)
No visitors for Ferris Hills Until Further Notice
Clark Meadows visitation update letter, July 16, 2020
November 4, 2020
COVID Visitation and Travel Update Letter to Residents
October 30, 2020
COVID Update Letter to Residents
June 23, 2020
Letter to Ferris Hills Residents
June 22, 2020
Letter to Clark Meadows Residents & Families
March 20, 2020
Letter to Ferris Hills Residents
March 17, 2020
Letter to Clark Meadows Residents
March 17, 2020
Letter to our Ferris Hills Residents, Families & Associates.
March 13, 2020
Clark Meadows Visitor restriction letter
March 13, 2020
Letter to Ferris Hills residents and families
Think you may be infected?
If you have a fever, cough, or new shortness of breath and are concerned about COVID-19,
follow these steps from the CDC to help prevent your infection from spreading to people in your home and community.
BEFORE visiting your provider's office, Urgent Care, or the Emergency Room,
CALL your health care provider,
or the UR Medicine COVID-19 support line at 1-888-928-0011 for advice.