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General Visitation Guidelines General Visitation is from 3 pm to 8 pm, Monday – Saturday and 11 am to 4 pm, Sunday When visitor arrives, the operator will call the Beach Neighborhood to verify that they can visit the patient. After Beach staff confirms the patient can have a visitor, the operator will complete temperature and…

HealthSource Saginaw is happy to announce we are scheduled to administer COVID-19 vaccinations to Long-Term Care residents and frontline providers on December 30th, free of charge. Most COVID19 vaccines require two separate doses, given three or four weeks apart. Participants of clinical trials have reported experiencing short-term side effects after receiving the vaccination, with more…

 HealthSource is committed to protecting the health and safety of our patients, residents, and staff  at all times, especially during the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.  We understand the emotional impact caused by visitation restrictions and separation from loved ones, and will find innovative ways to help patients and residents celebrate the holidays through…

Why It Is Safe For You to Work in Healthcare… During the Coronavirus Pandemic We know that many of you might be a little unsure about your safety working in a healthcare setting at this time.  Yet, working where the viruses and potential contagions are known and are being controlled is among the safest place…

This document is intended to address frequently asked questions about cloth face coverings. Why do you need to wear a cloth face covering? In light of new data about how COVID-19 spreads, along with evidence of widespread COVID-19 illness in communities across the country, CDC recommends that people wear a cloth face covering to cover…

HealthSource Saginaw is monitoring the worldwide response to the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, a major global health concern. HealthSource executives are in contact with the local and state health officials to take all precautions to protect our patients, residents, and staff. As the virus spreads within the U.S., the elderly and those with multiple medical problems…

Coronavirus: What you need to know HealthSource Saginaw is monitoring the worldwide response to the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, a major global health concern. HealthSource executives are in contact with the local and state health officials to take all precautions to protect our patients, residents, and staff. As the virus spreads within the U.S., the elderly…

Ice, snow, and cold temperatures can make life challenging for anyone, but it’s particularly dangerous for senior citizens.  Here are some tips to help prevent some common cold-weather dangers to the elderly and others with mobility impairments: Preventing winter time falls Bone fractures are a common problem among the elderly, which happen more frequently in…

Each year between October 15 and December 7 you have the opportunity to review your Medicare coverage and make changes to your plan. During this period you can change from original Medicare to an Advantage Plan, change from an Advantage Plan to original Medicare, switch Medicare Advantage Plans and/or change your Part D prescription Drug…

People over the age of 65 are most prone to heat related illnesses for several reasons; as we age we do not adjust as well to sudden changes in temperature, we are more likely to have a chronic medical condition, and are also more likely to take medication that can inhibit perspiration and impair the…