Weekly Update in regard to COVID in our Skilled Nursing Side of the Facility. We continue to be COVID 19 free. We currently have 3 or more residents and/or staff with respiratory symptoms, that we are monitoring. This is our on-going COVID protocol, based on CDC guidelines. This has been in place since the start [...]
Psalm 29 read aloud by our beloved residents can be found here. Thanks to Pastors Erik Samuelson and Helen McPeak for working with our readers.
CoViD-19 Update - January 7, 2021 Good News: As we continue our weekly surveillance testing, we have found no new cases this week. Thanks be to God, and good practices.
Update: 12/31/2020 Josephine Caring Community received it’s first round of the COVID-19 vaccines on Sunday, December 27th 88% of the Skilled Nursing residents received the vaccine 83% of the Suites Assisted Living residents received the vaccine All of Josephine Caring Community Employees; Skilled Nursing/Saratoga, Josephine At Home, The Suites, and Josie’s Learning Center, were all [...]
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The Magnificat, Mary's Song, read by our beloved residents, can be found here. Thank you, Pastors Erik Samuelson and Helen Mcpeak, for your good work lifting up the lowly and making this possible.
COVID Update: 12/10/2020 The Skilled Nursing Facility is testing all patients and staff weekly; This week we had two new positive staff members and no new positive residents. We need to have no new positive residents or staff in order to be considered, outbreak resolved. The Suites assisted living and Josephine At Home have had [...]
Psalm 85, read here by our precious residents. Thanks to Pastors Erik Samuelson and Helen McPeak for the gift of this video.
Psalm 95, read by our beloved residents, is available for your viewing here. Thank you to Pastors Erik Samuelson and Helen McPeak for making this possible.
Update: 11/17/2020 As symptom mitigation and weekly testing proceed, we are continuing to work to stop the outbreak of CoViD-19 here at Josephine. Case number are increasing. Thanks are due to the broader community and to the Snohomish Health District for strong support -- we could not do it without you.