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A Calling to Care

Regina Health Center offers quality, faith-based skilled nursing, assisted living and rehabilitation services with compassionate care in a unique setting that is open to residents of all faiths. We regularly receive exceptional ratings for resident and family satisfaction and the highest 5-Star Quality Rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updated Information: Visitation days/times: M-F 8A-8P and Sat & Sun 9A-8P

You will sign in upon arrival at the main entrance, have your temperature taken and then go to your loved one's room (or common area if they are in a dual-occupancy room). Surgical or KN95 masks MUST be worn at all times, unless inside the private room of a resident. Please continue to check this website's news page for updates as a positive case of COVID could again restrict visitation, dependent on the variables.

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Health Care Services

In/Outpatient Rehabilitation

Comprehensive rehabilitation services to promote the maximum level of independence and a return to previous levels of functioning as soon as possible.

Skilled Nursing

A Medicare/Medicaid certified skilled nursing facility with 101 nursing beds.

Assisted Living

Our assisted living residents enjoy private rooms, each with a full bathroom, telephone access and emergency nurse call system.

News & Events

Communication Update COVID December 30, 2021

I am writing to update you on the status of the coronavirus pandemic here at Regina Health Center. Despite the high percentage of residents and employees who are fully vaccinated and boostered, we are not immune from the ill effects of the virus. Recently, some residents living on the 2A and 2B units have tested positive. As of this writing, a total of 15 residents are positive, as well as 5 employees. Thanks be to God, most cases are mild to moderate, although a few have had more serious symptoms. As a precaution, we are discouraging general visitation in the most affected areas. We are also temporarily closing the beauty shop and suspending dining room service on the 2nd floor to help limit the ability of the virus to spread. If possible, we encourage all those who are planning a visit to reconsider until the worst of the surge is past us. A telephone call or a virtual visit is a safer alternative.

Communication Update December 21, 2021

Once again, our celebrations and festivities will be accompanied by pandemic awareness and COVID precautions. But, we will have the comfort and consolation of being able to visit with family and loved ones. According to CMS and CDC guidance, visitation is permitted, as before, and residents are permitted to leave the facility as well. Because of the surge in the omicron variant, we are asking everyone to take a cautious approach for the health and well-being of our residents. We are requesting that masks be worn at all times, even during visits. Also according to CMS and CDC guidance, visitors are permitted to visit only in residents’ private rooms. Residents with a roommate should visit in a lounge or parlor away from others. Once temperatures are recorded and visitors have signed in, guests are asked to go directly to the resident’s room, refraining from accessing other areas of the facility. Regrettably, this means that guests are not permitted to share a meal with the residents in the dining rooms or attend Mass in the chapel or other Activities events. Refrain from visiting if you are unwell. Cold-like symptoms are often the precursor of a positive COVID test. Influenza and other upper respiratory infections can have a very serious negative effect on our vulnerable population.

Communication Update November 13, 2021 Visitation All Open

We have received the results from last week’s COVID testing and they reveal no additional positive cases. This means that the residents living in the targeted testing areas of 2B and 2C are once again permitted to leave the unit and visitors are once again welcome to those areas. We will once again complete testing of all targeted residents and staff this week, as required. Assuming that negative test results are received after this week’s testing, we will continue to welcome visitors to all areas of the building. At this time, no residents are suspicious for coronavirus, thanks be to God.

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Prayer

God of all blessings, we thank you for the communities to which we belong: for families, for friends, for neighbors and for companions at work. We thank you for the strangers who welcome us into their lives and whom we invite to be part of ours. We thank you for our brothers and sisters of all ages, all races, all nations and all faiths. We thank you for the multitude of ways that you call us to steward the gifts of creation and to serve others in your name. God of all goodness, we pray in thanks for your presence among us, and your promise to be with us now and always. Amen.