As the global coronavirus outbreak continues to unfold, Trilogy Health Services has been working tirelessly to promote the health and safety of residents and staff and prepare for the possibility of COVID-19 affecting our campuses. Unfortunately, we do now have confirmed cases of COVID-19. With the continuing spread of the virus in the U.S., this is not an unexpected development. We have been preparing for this possibility.
Coronavirus Status By Campus
Data reflects all campus in-house residents and employees with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. All data is pending validation by the appropriate state and local health departments. Presumed positive diagnoses indicate individuals who are symptomatic and awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test. Employees with presumed or confirmed cases will be permitted to return to work in accordance with CDC return to work guidelines. For optimal viewing, please view this report on a desktop.
What We Are Doing For Our Residents
- Multiple daily observations for symptoms
- Communicating updates with residents and families
- Established protocols for emergency visits from immediate family and primary caregivers
- Fully disinfecting our campuses 2x per day with the proper solutions
- Canceling community events. We will continue to monitor and update our schedules accordingly.
- Encouraging the use of alternative forms of communication, including FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom
- Delivering meals directly to residents in their rooms where appropriate
- Providing life enrichment activities in resident rooms
- Streaming faith based services directly to resident TVs
What We Are Doing For Our Employees
- Enacting Emergency Operations Procedures in the event of a possible emergency.
- Re-educating employees on infection prevention measures, appropriate hygiene practices as recommended by the CDC
- Established response protocols
- Screening employees
- Fully disinfecting our campuses 2x per day with the proper solutions and providing our teams with the appropriate personal protective equipment, should it be needed
- As state travel bans are lifted, employees are educated regarding safe travel practices as outlined by the CDC
Granting emergency assistance through the Trilogy Foundation
Providing health and well-being resources, such as a free chaplain services, TrilogyFIT workouts streamed via Facebook, and free counseling sessions
What We Are Doing For Our Residents' Families
- Communicating daily updates with families of residents via email and text messaging
Campus leaders are also communicating with families of residents via our Family Call Program
Regular company-wide updates from our President and CEO are shared via email and social media
Established protocols for emergency visits from immediate family and primary caregivers
Encouraging the use of alternative forms of communication, including FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom
Compliance Hotline fielding additional questions
What We Are Doing For Our Community
Providing daily campus COVID-19 statistics at www.trilogyhs.com/covid-19
Restricting visits to immediate family members and primary caregivers whose loved ones are receiving end of life care
Notices posted at each campus entrance
Canceling community events. We will continue to monitor and update our schedules accordingly.
Streaming a weekly prayer service via campus Facebook pages on Sundays
A Message to Our Heroes
Who are the heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic? Who can we look to for hope, inspiration, and strength? Who has the trust of our families, the love of our residents, and the admiration of our entire Trilogy family? The answer is easy.
Every day, our healthcare heroes are making sacrifices to serve and save the vulnerable among us. As you may know, 15,000 of these heroes are Trilogy employees. Please considering filming a video expressing your appreciation to our amazing Trilogy team members here.
The Trilogy Foundation is proud to present Inspired Sundays – a weekly service dedicated to joining us in faith, even as we are apart.
Symptoms of Coronavirus via CDC
Coronavirus in Kentucky via Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services
Coronavirus in Indiana via Indiana State Department of Health
Coronavirus in Ohio via Ohio Department of Health
Coronavirus in Michigan via Michigan Department of Health
Five Moments for Hand Hygiene via WHO
How to Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer
Social Distancing in Senior Living