Copper Health Oro Valley continues to follow all federal, state and local guidelines, regulations and requirements and we continue to thoroughly track and follow the COVID-19 pandemic locally and globally.

COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESPONSE

Copper Health Oro Valley continues to follow all federal, state and local guidelines, regulations and requirements and we continue to thoroughly track and follow the COVID-19 pandemic locally and globally. To date, Copper Health Oro Valley has not admitted and will not admit any patients presumed to have or with an active diagnosis of COVID-19; during the admission screening process, we require a negative polymerise chain reaction (PCR) test at the hospital level before any new patients can be transferred to our facility. We are committed to protecting our patients, staff and community as long as this public health crisis continues. Please visit this page for up-to-date information and to monitor all COVID-19 community releases from Copper Health Oro Valley.

 Effective April 22, 2021 

Visiting Policies at Copper Health are as follows:

No Testing required except for Designated Essential Visitor

GIP Hospice Service Compassionate Care Visits:

  1. Two designated persons may visit in the room at any time. 
    1. Must wear a mask throughout the visit
    2. Complete the screening including temperature check
    3. Hand hygiene before and after the visit and after any close contact if the patient is fully vaccinated.

Guests who are in their 14-day admission quarantine:

  1. Unlimited visiting at their window with the window closed. 
  2. Designated Essential Visitors as described below.

Guests who have completed their 14-day quarantine or have given proof of being two weeks post full vaccination (2nd dose completed for either Moderna or Pfizer or single dose of J&J):

  1. Unlimited visiting at their window with the window closed.
  2. Appointed outside visitation on the patio with 1-2 persons for up to an hour with the following:
    • Social distancing
    • Must wear a mask throughout the visit 
    • Hand hygiene before and after the visit
    • Two such visits per day allowed 

  3. Appointed visitation for 1-2 person for up to an hour with the following:
    • Social distancing
    • Must wear a mask throughout the visit 
    • Hand hygiene before and after the visit
    • If patient fully vaccinated, may have close contact
    • Two such visits per day allowed

  4. Designated essential visitors (DEV) may visit at any time, for as long as necessary. 
    • Covid testing within 48 hours of the initial visit; covid testing thereafter at the same frequency as staff; self-isolation after testing and between visits.
    • Complete screening at each visit including a temperature check.
    • Must always remain masked
    • May have close contact with the guest as they provide their essential care. 
    • Hand hygiene before and after the visit
    • DEVs are directly involved in the care of the guest i.e. providing feeding assistance; observations for safety or care that is essential to their wellbeing.
    • Each guest may designate two DEV.
    • Their designated DEVs may be changed monthly or in emergent situations.
    • Must complete the DEV paperwork prior to their first visit.

All visitors must sign in and out on the visitor log.

Appointments are 60 minutes, Monday through Friday from 10-2 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 2-4 pm or as otherwise arranged with staff availability in mind.

Additional appointments/visitors may be scheduled at the discretion of the Administrator, the DON, the Social Worker, or the Weekend Supervisor.

Visitors on the patio will be limited to the number of people that allow for appropriate social distancing.

Private duty caregivers are to be considered equivalent to agency staff for the purposes of this policy.

At no time will there be more than 8 visitors inside the building.

COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESPONSE

Copper Health Oro Valley continues to follow all federal, state and local guidelines, regulations and requirements and we continue to thoroughly track and follow the COVID-19 pandemic locally and globally. To date, Copper Health Oro Valley has not admitted and will not admit any patients presumed to have or with an active diagnosis of COVID-19; during the admission screening process, we require a negative polymerise chain reaction (PCR) test at the hospital level before any new patients can be transferred to our facility. We are committed to protecting our patients, staff and community as long as this public health crisis continues. Please visit this page for up-to-date information and to monitor all COVID-19 community releases from Copper Health Oro Valley.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Rates

COPPER HEALTH ORO VALLEY 

A 5-STAR FACILITY