Learn more about Regina Health Center though past issues of our newsletter, The Heart of Regina Health Center.
November 20, 2020
Donor Spotlight: Investing in Regina Health Center's Frontline Health Care Professionals »
In the new issue of The Heart of Regina Health Center newsletter, Executive Director Mark Yantek writes about remaining hopeful during trying times. There are also stories about how spiritual enrichment has continued in new ways during the pandemic, a preview of the 170th anniversary of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, a Holy-In-One recap and more. The cover story highlights how one donor has been helping frontline health care professionals advance their skills through continuing education for 20 years.
November 19, 2020
COVID 19 Update - Doing All We Can to Keep the Virus Under Control »
This week, we were once again visited by the Ohio Department of Health, who conducted an unannounced, infection control-focused survey. They toured the facility, interviewed staff members and residents and reviewed our policies and procedures. They determined that we are operating in full compliance with regulations and standards; no citations or deficiencies were issued. This is now the third such survey we have undergone since June. On each occasion, no deficiencies were found and we were determined to be in substantial compliance with all standards. I hope this helps to put your mind at ease that Regina Health Center’s staff is doing all it can to keep this raging virus under control to the best of our ability.
November 13, 2020
COVID 19 Update - New Resident Cases »
We continue to face the challenges of a pandemic that is surging around the world, across our state and right here in our own Northeast Ohio community. Unfortunately, we are not immune from it here at Regina Health Center. Although we continue to follow all protocols and precautions, we have 5 new resident cases this week. The current number of residents in-house who have tested positive for the coronavirus is currently at 14. There are a few residents whose condition is serious, and we pray for their quick return to good health. Most of those residents who tested positive have only mild symptoms, such as coughs or scratchy throats, and some have no symptoms at all. A few who were positive have since tested negative. This is not to minimize the seriousness of the situation, but there are some bright spots in an otherwise somber circumstance.
November 09, 2020
Get a Bird's-Eye View of Regina Health Center »
Please enjoy this unique view of the Mt. Augustine property, which is home to Regina Health Center. Thanks to Josh Shivak, son of Director of Nursing Marti Shivak, for using his expert drone skills to showcase the beautiful 240 acres of the motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine.