How does ‘Safer at Home’ impact Cedar Crest?

Wisconsin’s ‘Safer at Home’ order is now in effect for the next 30 days.  There have been some questions about how the order impacts Cedar Crest’s ability to admit new residents.  Our health center plays a vital role in providing continuing care and support to Rock County residents as they discharge from hospitals and care providers.  We are currently accepting new admits and referrals for Short-Term Rehabilitation, Long-Term Skilled Care, Assisted Living, and Memory Care.  We will be able to accept new residents for our Townhomes and Independent Apartments once the ‘Safer at Home’ order has been lifted and our administration has decided that it is in our residents’ best interests to do so.

At this time we are not able to schedule campus tours, but there are a number of ways to get more information about our community:

Update: 4/9/20

At this time, we will no longer be accepting deliveries for residents of our Skilled Nursing, Memory Care, and Assisted Living facilities. Regular mail such as letters and cards are still being delivered, however any larger items such as flowers, candies, boxes, etc. are being strongly discouraged. Any items that are brought to the front desk by family will be turned away.

We have no cases of COVID-19 in the facility at this point in time, and we appreciate your understanding as we continue our efforts to prevent illness within our community.

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