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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 -Angel Garden Visits: Sign Up Genius: "Please read the information on the Sign Up page, for rules as to the number of sign ups allowed, per week, per Resident".

The CDC has issued new directives for all licensed facilities across the country regarding activities and services. 

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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

COVID-19 Communication Update April 2021 - Protocols

Despite the community surge of the coronavirus, I am happy to report that our residents remain COVID-free. However, one employee tested positive this week. Please pray with me for that employee, that symptoms will be mild and short-lived. With virtually all residents vaccinated, we are not too concerned of further spread. However, the possibility exists, and so a new set of protocols needs to be enacted for at least two weeks – even longer, if more employees test positive. In compliance with CMS directives, all employees, residents and those family members or loved ones participating in in-person visits are required to wear N-95 or KN-95 masks for the two weeks following a positive COVID test result.

COVID -19 Update - Clarification on RHC Visitation

As many of you already know, indoor visitation/angel garden has resumed here at Regina, to the relief and delight of residents and loved ones alike. All of us at RHC rejoice with you that we are able to witness many happy reunions. However, there are still restrictions regarding visitation; we have not received permission to resume “business as usual” as we knew it prior to the pandemic. Complicating this situation are comments made by Governor DeWine during a recent press briefing. Like us here at Regina and all of you, the Governor clearly longs for the day when restrictions will be lifted at nursing facilities. But it’s important to note that no new orders have been given; the visitation order issued by CMS and ODH continues to be the law of the land, until a new order is issued.

COVID-19 Update: CMS has revised their guidance and indoor visitation is permitted once again!

CMS has revised their guidance and indoor visitation is permitted once again! Here is an excerpt taken directly from the CMS guidance: “…physical distancing (maintaining at least 6 feet between people) continues to be the safest way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, particularly if either party has not been fully vaccinated. However, we acknowledge the toll that separation and isolation has taken. We also acknowledge that there is no substitute for physical contact, such as the warm embrace between a resident and their loved one. Therefore, if the resident is fully vaccinated, they can choose to have close contact (including touch) with their visitor while wearing a well-fitting face mask and performing hand-hygiene before and after. Regardless, visitors should physically distance from other residents and staff in the facility.” This means that hugs are once again OK!

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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.