COVID-19 Vaccine Questions & Answers Video, with Dr. Michael Gottlieb
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. has created a COVID-19 Questions &Answers video with our veteran Board Member, Dr. Michael Gottlieb. Dr. Gottlieb served as Chief Medical Officer at MetroWest Medical Center for many years and offers a seasoned clinical perspective on the many questions people are asking about the COVID-19 Vaccine right now.
State Of The Art Disinfection Technology
At Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp., there is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of our residents. As a non-profit organization, we are continually reinvesting in their care. Our latest investment in state of the art disinfection technologies will provide an additional level of safety and reassurance for seniors and families considering independent living, assisted living, memory care, mental health care, short-term rehabilitation, or long-term skilled nursing care at a Mary Ann Morse community.
Our 3-step Disinfection Protocol
- Adherence to stringent cleaning and disinfection protocols as recommended by the CDC, EOEA, DPH, and local health departments with CDC-recommended, hospital-grade disinfectants.
- Our new Puro Sentry Mobile UV Disinfecting Units emit broad spectrum UV light to eliminate up to 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, and fungi in a space.
- Our new HaloFogger Disinfection System generates a turbulent aerosol that uses evaporation to quickly disperse concentrated micro-droplets to kill germs where they hide. No other whole room disinfection technology is more effective.
AirOasis Air Purification
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. facilities have also implemented AirOasis air purification technology in selected areas which create long-lasting airborne ions, safely clearing the air and cleaning surfaces with two highly effective ionization technologies and germicidal UV.
Screening & Testing Seniors for COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic has shown us the importance of choosing a senior living community or skilled nursing facility with the highest standards of safety and precaution. Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. facilities have established rigorous safety measures that would be difficult to replicate at home. Residents are assessed daily for signs or symptoms of illness, and face coverings are required. Staff members are screened upon entry to the building and undergo regular training to ensure they are following the latest safety precautions and protocols. Testing of staff and residents is performed in adherence with all CDC, EOEA, DPH and local health department guidelines. Mary Ann Morse at Heritage, Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center, and Mary Ann Morse Private Duty Home Care have sufficient quantities of PPE in inventory.
We are always available to respond to your questions on the measures we are taking to protect our seniors.