PREVIOUS UPDATES

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lucy Corr has provided regular updates to our website and information hotline regarding the plans and actions we’ve taken to keep our community safe and informed.

2024

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, April 26, 2024

We currently have no COVID positive residents anywhere in the Health Care Center (HCC), Assisted Living (AL), Independent Living (IL), or Adult Day Center (ADC) at this time.

Should we have anyone test positive for COVID, we will post that information both here and at our facility entrances. We will also disclose any changes to our daily operations the same way.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking is not 100% effective it is; however, significant in lessening the spread of COVID and flu viruses if worn by the infected person. Droplet and aerosol mist from an infected person’s nose and mouth are greatly reduced when they wear a mask. All of our in-patient residents in the HCC are elderly and high-risk for infection – please consider them and their risk when you visit and decide on wearing a mask or not.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, April 23, 2024

Our two COVID positive residents on the Midlothian Nursing Unit are doing well and will end their isolation tomorrow. We conducted outbreak testing on that unit today, and I am pleased to report no new cases have been found. We will test once more this week as part of our outbreak testing protocols. We are continuing our normal activities and dining on the Midlothian Nursing Unit and may alter this decision based on future testing results.

We have no COVID positive residents anywhere else in the Health Care Center (HCC), Assisted Living (AL), Independent Living (IL), or Adult Day Center (ADC) at this time.

When we have anyone test positive for COVID, we will post that information both here and at our entrances on campus. We will also disclose any changes to our daily operations the same way.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking is not 100% effective it is; however, significant in lessening the spread of COVID and flu viruses if worn by the infected person. Droplet and aerosol mist from an infected person’s nose and mouth are greatly reduced when they wear a mask. All of our in-patient residents in the HCC are elderly and high-risk for infection – please consider them and their risk when you visit and decide on wearing a mask or not.

As always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, April 15, 2024

Please be advised that we have two COVID positive residents on our Midlothian Unit in the Health Care Center. Both residents reside in the same room and were confirmed positive on the same day. We are undertaking contact tracing and will perform outbreak testing for individuals who came into contact with these roommates. These two individuals will isolate until released by their physician. There are no other positive test residents at this time. We will continue normal activities and dining on our Midlothian Nursing Unit but may alter this decision based on future testing.

We have no COVID positive residents anywhere else in the Health Care Center (HCC), Assisted Living (AL), Independent Living (IL), or Adult Day Center (ADC) at this time.

When we have anyone test positive for COVID, we will post that information both here and internally and also disclose any changes to our daily operations the same way.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking is not 100% effective it is; however, significant in lessening the spread of COVID and flu viruses if worn by the infected person. Droplet and aerosol mist from an infected person’s nose and mouth are greatly reduced when they wear a mask. All of our in-patient residents in the HCC are elderly and high-risk for infection – please consider them and their risk when you visit and decide on wearing a mask or not.

Please keep our residents in your thoughts and prayers, thanks.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, April 1, 2024

As of today, April 1, 2024, we have no known cases of COVID on the Lucy Corr campus. This includes the Health Care Center (HCC), Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Adult Day Center.

We do continue to hold all new admissions to the HCC for a 5-day isolation period as a COVID precaution. We test those in the 5-day isolation for COVID on days 1, 3, and 5 and if they are negative for these screenings they no longer need to isolate.

Visitors are not required to wear a mask, however, if you are not feeling well or have any respiratory symptoms (and still wish to visit), please consider wearing a mask, especially in the Health Care and Assisted Living facilities. While disposable surgical masks are not universally protective, all indications are that a person with flu and/or COVID spread it to fewer people when they cover their nose and mouth with a mask. All our in-patient residents are elderly and in high-risk categories for complications from flu or COVID, so please keep them in mind when you visit and don’t feel 100% yourself.

As always, should we have any COVID or flu-related outbreak information we will post that both here and internally. It is within those postings that we will communicate any changes in our operations due to any outbreaks or recommendations by the local Department of Health.

As always, please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers, we really appreciate it.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2024

Currently there are no cases of COVID in the Health Care Center. We are also COVID-free in Independent Living as of the date on this memo. We do have several participants in our Adult Day Center who are isolating at home due to recent COVID diagnosis. We also have seven AL residents who tested positive for COVID who are isolating in their apartments. We only have one AL staff member who tested positive and is isolating at home. Luckily, they are all doing well with minimal symptoms.

Per CMS guidelines, please be advised of the following:
Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. Should we have an outbreak of any infection, we will post that information here and, on our website, along with any operational changes that affect your visit or the resident’s activities.

When visiting your loved one, please try to avoid close contact with other residents to limit their exposure (which reduces risk of airborne infections). You are encouraged to stay up to date with your vaccinations and if you wish to have your loved one vaccinated, please let us know and we will work with you and your resident’s MD to make that happen.

Staff please be aware that if you need to be tested for COVID before your shift, please contact your supervisor so we can arrange the test. All staff must wear a surgical mask when they are in resident care areas on the Bermuda Unit in the Health Care Center since we hold new admits there for COVID testing. Staff on other units in the Health Care Center are not required to wear a mask but are welcome to do so if they choose. New masks for staff are available at the employee entrance at all times.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2024

Currently there are no cases of COVID in the Health Care Center.

We are also COVID-free in our Adult Day Center, Assisted Living, and Independent Living.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2024

Yesterday we conducted COVID outbreak testing on our Bermuda Nursing Unit in the Health Care Center. We are pleased to report that there were no COVID positive residents. We will continue outbreak testing on Thursday, February 1st.

We have two residents on the Bermuda Nursing Unit who continue to isolate in their rooms. One of those residents was admitted from the hospital with COVID. We are pleased to report both are doing well. While group dining and activities are limited on the Bermuda unit, the remaining nursing units are unrestricted at this time.

We are also happy to report that the Adult Day Center and the Assisted Living are also COVID-free. We do have one Independent Living resident who tested positive at their doctor’s office and will isolate in their apartment. As always, staff will deliver meals from the Bistro restaurant to the apartment and we will wave delivery fees.

There are two staff members (one from our EVS department and one from our Activities department) who tested positive this week, and they are isolating at home until they are cleared to return.

If you don’t feel well or have any respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask.

Please continue to keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2024

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Dale and Bermuda Nursing Units in the Health Care Center and we are pleased to report that testing was negative for both units.

We have two residents on the Bermuda Nursing Unit and one resident on the Dale Nursing Unit who continue to isolate in their rooms after testing positive in previous rounds of screenings.

There were three staff members who tested positive this week, and they are isolating at home until they are cleared to return. One is an Adult Day Center staff member, so we did test all participants this week and all were negative for COVID. We continue to have no COVID positive residents in our Independent Living or Assisted Living lines of business.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask.

Please continue to keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2024

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Dale, Midlothian, Bermuda, and Matoaca Nursing Units in the Health Care Center. We am pleased to report that all testing was negative for the units except for Bermuda, where we had one newly admitted resident test positive.  That resident will continue to isolate along with the other 3 that tested positive last week on that unit.

We will continue outbreak testing on Thursday for all 4 of these units on Thursday, 1/25/24.  Group dining and activities are limited on these units during this testing period.

There were no staff members who tested positive yesterday.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2024

Today we continued outbreak testing on our Dale, Bermuda, Midlothian, and Matoaca Nursing Units. All units were COVID negative except Dale where one resident did test positive.

Today one (1) Bermuda resident, who is a newly admitted resident from the hospital, was confirmed positive for COVID and is isolating in their room.

There were no staff members who tested positive today. There are no COVID positive residents on Clover Hill Nursing Unit. The Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, and Independent Living are COVID free at this time.

Next week we will test again on Bermuda, Dale, Matoaca and Midlothian Nursing Units. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

With no COVID positive staff it seems apparent that most resident exposures are from visitors. Please, if you are visiting, and if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, wear a mask for their protection.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2024

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Dale Nursing Unit, and there were no residents who tested positive. There is one (1) resident who is isolating in their room.

We also continued outbreak testing on our Midlothian Nursing Unit, and there were no residents who tested positive. There is only one (1) resident with confirmed COVID on our Midlothian Nursing Unit who is isolating in their room.

Yesterday we also continue outbreak testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit, and one (1) resident tested positive for COVID. There are now six (6) residents with confirmed COVID on Matoaca who are isolating in their rooms.

Today three (3) Bermuda residents tested positive for COVID on antigen tests and we await pcr test confirmation. One of the three were admitted from the hospital with COVID.

One Nursing staff member, who has no direct resident contact, tested positive yesterday and is isolating at home.

Thursday we will test again on Bermuda, Dale, Matoaca and Midlothian Nursing Units. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

There are no COVID positive residents in our Clover Hill Nursing Unit. Assisted Living, Adult Day Care and Independent Living are also COVID free.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. It is becoming obvious that the bulk of our resident’s COVID exposure is from visitors.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers as we work to carry out Miss Lucy’s mission.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2024

Yesterday, we continued COVID testing on our Matoaca, Midlothian, and Dale Nursing Units. We are pleased to share that there were no new positive test results on Dale or Midlothian. Residents on those units who tested positive previously will isolate through the weekend. Matoaca has 4 new cases of COVID, and those residents will join the 4 who are already isolating from previous testing. Matoaca group dining and activities are greatly limited as we do outbreak testing.

We will resume outbreak testing on Matoaca, Midlothian, and Dale units on Monday, 1/15/2023. As always, we post our test results here and internally at our entrances and common areas.

There are currently no COVID positive residents on Clover Hill or Bermuda Units. The Assisted Living, Independent Living, & Adult Day Center are COVID free.

We did have one staff member test positive for COVID this week. They are in our housekeeping department, and reside with a roommate who caught COVID on Monday. This staff member will isolate at home until cleared to return by our medical staff.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers as we work to carry out Miss Lucy’s mission.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2024

Today we continued outbreak testing on our Dale Nursing Unit, and there are now 14 residents isolating with COVID (two residents came off isolation, two additional residents tested positive). Group dining and group activities are paused while we conduct outbreak testing twice weekly, and we continue non-group activity programming. We’ve asked Dale residents who are not positive for COVID, or who have completed their isolation time, to mask when they leave their rooms.

There are only two residents with confirmed COVID on our Midlothian Nursing Unit who are isolating in their rooms. All other residents were negative when tested today, and we have limited group dining.

There are only two residents who tested positive on Matoaca (one whose roommate was previously positive) They are isolating in their rooms. We have limited group dining in Matoaca.

All other staff were negative today except one LPN from Midlothian and one CNA from Matoaca.

Next week we will test twice again on Dale, Matoaca and Midlothian Nursing Units. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. It is becoming obvious that the bulk of our resident’s COVID exposure is from visitors.

Staff please be aware that if you need to be tested for COVID before your shift, please contact your supervisor so we can arrange an antigen test. Please wear a surgical mask when you are around residents. You must wear a K-N95 if you are working on a unit or location doing outbreak testing.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2024

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Bermuda Nursing Unit, and there were no new positives for COVID. The three residents who previously tested positive have completed their isolation.

Yesterday we also conducted another round of outbreak testing on our Dale Nursing Unit, and there are now 14 residents isolating with COVID. Group dining and group activities are paused while we conduct outbreak testing twice weekly and we will convert to non-group activity programming. We’ve asked Dale residents who are not positive for COVID, or who have completed their isolation time, to mask when they leave their rooms.

The COVID symptomatic resident on our Midlothian Nursing Unit (isolating since Friday) was confirmed positive yesterday by a PCR test. Yesterday another Midlothian resident became symptomatic and was confirmed positive by a PCR test. All other residents were negative when tested, and we have limited group dining.

Friday will be our next testing day for Dale and Midlothian Nursing Units. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. We currently have two staff members isolating with COVID. It is becoming obvious that the bulk of our resident’s COVID exposure is from visitors.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

2023

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2023

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Bermuda Nursing Unit, and there were no new positives for COVID. The six residents who previously tested positive continue to isolate in their rooms.

Today we continued outbreak testing on our Dale Nursing Unit, and there were four residents who tested positive. There are also two (2) Dale residents who previously tested positive for COVID who continue to isolate in their rooms. Group dining and activities remain limited now while we conduct outbreak testing. Visitation is still permitted per CMS guidelines.

Today a resident on Midlothian became symptomatic for COVID and tested positive on an antigen test. This resident is isolating while we await PCR test confirmation. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

Currently no staff in the Health Care Center are COVID positive. So please, Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2023

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Bermuda Nursing Unit. We now have six (6) Bermuda residents who are positive for COVID, and all are on isolating in their rooms.

There are also two (2) Dale residents who are positive for COVID, and they are isolating in their rooms. Group dining is now closed while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly. We’ve asked Dale residents to wear a mask when they leave their rooms.

The next outbreak testing day for Bermuda and Dale is Friday, December 29. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2023

Yesterday we completed COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit, and we had no additional residents test positive. At this time there is only one (1) resident on isolation. This resident was admitted with COVID from the hospital. Residents on Matoaca will resume group dining and activities.

Yesterday we continued outbreak testing on our Bermuda Nursing Unit. We have two (2) additional Bermuda residents who are positive for COVID. There are now four (4) Bermuda residents who are in isolation.

Fortunately, none of these COVID-positive residents are very ill.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2023

Yesterday we continued COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit in the Health Care Center, and there were no residents with positive results. At this time there is only one (1) resident on isolation. Group dining and activities continue to be limited while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly. Residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Wednesday, 12/20/2023.

Yesterday we also tested all residents on our Bermuda Nursing Unit. We have two (2) Bermuda residents who are positive for COVID. One resident was exposed by a family member who called to alert us that they tested positive, and we tested the resident who was also positive. The other resident was admitted with COVID from the hospital.

Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask.)

Please continue to keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers, thanks.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2023

Yesterday, we continued COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit, and we had no residents test positive. At this time there are three (3) residents in isolation. Group dining and activities continue to be limited and social distanced while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly. Residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Monday, 12/18/2023.

We continue to monitor a COVID outbreak in our Assisted Living that now has two (2) residents isolating. The AL continued outbreak testing yesterday, 12/14/2023, and there were no new positive residents. The next AL testing day will be Monday, 12/18/23. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time. Group dining and activities have fully resumed for residents not in isolation protocol.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2023

Yesterday, we continued COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit, and we had one additional resident test positive who is now in isolation. Group dining and activities are paused while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly. Residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Thursday, 12/14/2023.

We continue to monitor a COVID outbreak in our Assisted Living that now has three residents isolating. The AL continued outbreak testing yesterday, 12/11/2023, and there were two new positive residents. The next AL testing day will be Thursday, 12/14/23. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

The Health Care Center Family Christmas Luncheon scheduled for December 13th has been cancelled.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Thank you again for all you do to help us protect our residents and for the important task you do daily to help us continue the mission started by Miss Lucy in 1970. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2023

Yesterday, we continued COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit, and we have two additional residents now in isolation. Group dining and activities are paused while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly.

Residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Monday, 12/11/2023. We continue to monitor a COVID outbreak in our Assisted Living that has over a dozen residents isolating. The AL continued outbreak testing on Thursday, 12/7/2023, and there were no new positive residents. The next AL testing day will be Monday, 12/11/23. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

The Health Care Center Family Christmas Luncheon scheduled for December 13th has been cancelled.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Thank you again for all you do to help us protect our residents and for the important task you do daily to help us continue the mission started by Miss Lucy in 1970. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2023

We continued COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit and we have two additional residents now in isolation. Group dining and activities are paused while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly. Residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Thursday, 12/7/2023.

We continue to monitor a COVID outbreak in our Assisted Living that has over a dozen residents isolating. The AL will continue outbreak testing on Thursday, 12/4/2023. Overall most residents who are positive for COVID have minor symptoms at this time.

The Health Care Center Family Christmas Luncheon scheduled for December 13th has been cancelled.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Staff please be aware that if you need to be tested for COVID before your shift please contact your supervisor so we can arrange an antigen test. Please wear a surgical mask when you are around residents. You must wear a K-N95 if you are working on a unit or location doing outbreak testing.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2023

We continue to do COVID testing on our Matoaca Nursing Unit in the Health Care Center. We currently have two COVID positive residents isolating on that unit. Group dining and activities are temporarily paused while we complete outbreak testing twice weekly on Matoaca. However, residents on Matoaca are welcome to be out of their rooms and have visitors if they choose. Our next testing day will be Monday, 12/4/2023.

We continue to monitor a COVID outbreak in our Assisted Living that has over a dozen residents isolating. The AL will continue outbreak testing on Monday, 12/4/2023.

While we are pleased the majority of these positive residents have minor symptoms, we are still concerned with the number of cases occurring since Thanksgiving. With more holidays ahead on the calendar, and with the flu also being prevalent in Chesterfield, we are returning to all staff wearing mask when they are in resident care area effective immediately.

Visitors – if you don’t feel well or have respiratory symptoms, please delay visiting your loved one and if you must visit, please wear a mask. While masking doesn’t fully protect everyone from COVID, it is very effective in reducing the spread of COVID and it is very effective in preventing the spread of the flu virus. (COVID is carried by the aerosol of our exhale while the flu virus is transmitted by exhaled droplets which are larger and easily stopped by a mask).

Staff please be aware that if you need to be tested for COVID before your shift please contact your supervisor so we can arrange an antigen test. Please wear a surgical mask when you are around residents. You must wear a K-N95 if you are working on a unit or location doing outbreak testing.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

 

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2023

Currently there are no COVID cases on campus.

We are not requiring masks for staff or visitors.

Please check back for additional updates.  

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily.  I appreciate you. 

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2023

Today we tested all staff for COVID and learned that one staff member from the Rehab department tested positive.  They will isolate at home until they are cleared to return to work by our medical team.

Today we also tested all Clover Hill residents for COVID and learned of four Clover Hill unit residents who tested positive.  We are in “outbreak testing” protocols for the next 14 days:

We will continue outbreak testing of all staff and agency contractors for COVID in the Chapel on Thursday, September 14, at the following times:

8:30am – 10:00am and 2:30pm – 4:00pm

All staff are required to wear a new mask in any resident area of the HCC or Assisted Living until further notice. We recommend visitors also wear mask if you are visiting Clover Hill since you are entering a confirmed outbreak area.

We encourage everyone to monitor themselves for any respiratory symptoms, and staff may request testing before entering for your shift if you are concerned you have COVID – just let your supervisor know ahead of time.  

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily.  I appreciate you. 

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2023

After enjoying a few months in a row with almost no COVID, we regret to inform you that testing for COVID this week restarted after a resident in the Nursing Facility’s secured unit tested positive. We have tested the entire Health Care Center this week and we have a dozen residents on the secured unit now positive for the virus. Resident testing for the other 4 nursing units was negative for COVID.

We also tested all staff and we have 8 staff members who were positive for the virus (all vaccinated and some with boosters earlier this year). These staff members will isolate at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. We will continue to perform “outbreak testing” twice weekly and we have reinstituted masking requirements for staff if they are in a resident care area in the HCC or AL.

Our pharmacy partner will be providing the bivalent booster for COVID once it is released to the public. When we have a date we will reach out to resident families for their permission to give their loved one a booster. Lucy Corr will provide staff free booster vaccines but it is not mandatory.

As always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2023

The two staff members who tested positive for COVID last week have been cleared to return to work by our medical team.

We tested all staff on Tuesday, August 29, and we are pleased to report all tests were negative. We also tested all HCC residents for COVID, and all tests were negative. We are no longer in “outbreak testing” protocols.

All staff are encouraged to wear a new mask when they are in any resident area of the HCC. We recommend the same for visitors, but it is not a condition of visitation at this time.

We encourage everyone to monitor themselves for any respiratory symptoms, and staff may request testing before entering for your shift if you are concerned you have COVID – just let your supervisor know ahead of time.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 2023

Today we learned that two staff members tested positive for COVID.  These staff members work in the Health Care Center (HCC).  They will isolate at home until they are cleared to return to work by our medical team.

We tested all HCC residents for COVID, and we are pleased to report all tests were negative.  However, we are now in “outbreak testing” protocols, and the following process will be followed effective for Friday, 8/18/23.

All staff and agency contractors will be tested for COVID in the Chapel on Friday, August 18th, at the following times:

8:30am – 10:00am and 2:30pm – 4:00pm

All staff are encouraged to wear a new mask when they are in any resident area of the HCC as we conduct outbreak testing. We recommend the same for visitors, but it is not a condition of visitation at this time.

All staff and agency contactors will be retested on Tuesday, the 22nd, and Thursday the 24th, in the Chapel at the same times as listed above.

Resident testing will be conducted in a similar fashion to detect anyone who may be positive.

We encourage everyone to monitor themselves for any respiratory symptoms, and staff may request testing before entering for your shift if you are concerned you have COVID – just let your supervisor know ahead of time.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily.  I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 2023

The Health Care Center at Lucy Corr admitted one of our own residents back after a 4-day hospital stay and the resident tested positive for COVID just before they were discharged to us yesterday, 6/12/2023. The resident, who was in the hospital for medical services not related to COVID, had been in the hospital since Thursday evening. It is very likely that the resident contracted the virus while out of the facility, however, out of an abundance of caution, we tested the residents on the nursing unit where this positive resident had previously resided and all COVID tests were negative.

This COVID-positive resident, like all newly admitted and readmitted residents, is in isolation in a private room on our Bermuda short-stay rehab unit. All residents on that unit isolate for their first 5 days with us and are COVID tested on days 1, 3, and 5. If, after the 5th day they continue to test negative, they are taken off isolation precautions and associated protocols.

Currently, there are no COVID-positive residents on any other nursing units in the Health Care Center, the Assisted Living, the Independent Living, or the Adult Day Center.

As always, please keep our residents, families, and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2023

On Tuesday, a Bermuda resident tested positive for COVID. That resident will isolate in room 117 until cleared by our Medical team. As a reminder, all newly admitted residents are held in a 5-day isolation period and undergo multiple days of COVID testing. This positive test was discovered as part of the initial testing protocol.

All other residents on Bermuda were tested on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and none are positive at this time. Please be mindful that if you work on Bermuda, you must wear a K-N95 mask at all times, and must use an N-95 mask and googles or face shield when entering room 117 since that room has active COVID. We will retest Bermuda residents early next week.

On Thursday, two IL residents tested positive for COVID and are isolating in their apartments with meal deliveries until they are cleared by the Lucy Corr Medical team. There is no masking requirement for anyone in the Independent Living.

Chesterfield County is now rated YELLOW by CMS for COVID transmissibility. There are 19 cases per 100,000 residents in the county this week, and the percent of positivity in the county is 2.9%.

As always please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2023

Please be advised that on Tuesday, 4/18, a newly admitted resident to our Health Care Center rehab unit tested positive for COVID. That resident will isolate in a private room until cleared by our Medical team. As a reminder, all newly admitted residents are held in a precautionary 5-day isolation period and undergo multiple days of COVID testing. This positive test was discovered as part of the initial testing protocol within the first 5 days of admission. The resident’s family and MD are aware of the test result and our interventions. We will continue testing of all residents and staff on this unit until we go two weeks without any new cases of the virus.

All other residents and staff who work on Bermuda were tested on Tuesday as part of our outbreak and containment protocol. There are no positive residents or staff at this time.

Chesterfield County maintains a “yellow – moderate” rating for COVID per CMS. However, several counties nearby are still “red” for the presence of COVID.

Visitors and staff are required to wear mask anytime they are in a resident area, which includes hallways and dining rooms as well as when with residents in the Health Care Center.

Visitors to the Assisted Living must also wear mask in resident areas. There is no masking requirement for anyone in the Independent Living, this includes both residents and staff.

We update our website, www.LucyCorr.org, and our local hotline, (804) 425-7522 whenever we have a resident or staff member test positive. We also include in that update any changes to operations due to outbreak testing protocols.

As always please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, March 23), and no staff members tested positive. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated YELLOW by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 50 last week to 34 this week. The percent of positivity in the county decreased from 8.9% last week to 5.6% this week.

Beginning Tuesday, March 28, Lucy Corr visitors will be asked to check -in at the screening kiosks in the lobbies of the Assisted Living Building and Health Care Center. All visitors can scan their photo id into the kiosk which will give them an identification badge to wear during their visit. We are pleased visitors will no longer be required to have their temperature checked. Visitors to all areas of living will be given surgical masks at no charge to wear during their visit.

Please check back here for the latest COVID update and any announced changes to our operations. This information is also available by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep your residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, March 16), and no staff members tested positive. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 52 last week to 50 this week. The percent of positivity in the county this week remained the same as last week at 8.9%.

Please check back here for the latest COVID update and any announced changes to our operations. This information is also available by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep your residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID on Monday, 3/13, and we are pleased to report that everyone tested negative for the virus. We will test all staff again on Thursday, 3/16. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Currently we do not have any COVID positive residents on our campus, this includes the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, and Independent Living.

Chesterfield County is rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility, with 50 citizens per 100,000 having the virus. The percent of positivity in Chesterfield is 8.9%, which is unchanged from the previous week’s measure per CMS.

Once CMS rates the county yellow (for lower COVID transmissibility), we will being easing up on the frequency of staff testing, as well as discontinuing the screening of visitors for fever and symptoms. It will be during this period of time we will transfer visitor screening from staff checking visitors in and instead begin using our automated check-in devices. Visitors will be able to scan their driver’s license or photo ID and answer a few questions on the screen and then the automated device will check them in by printing a badge to wear while inside the Assisted Living or the Health Care Center. Visitors will also be given a new, surgical mask to wear when around our residents. After the visit is over, the automated device will check the visitor out and visitors may remove/dispose of their name badge and exit. Again, this will transition once the COVID transmissibility rating by CMS goes to yellow from orange.

Check back here for the latest info on COVID testing and any operational changes relating to COVID. You can also get this same information by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, March 9), and no staff members tested positive. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county increased from 98 last week to 52
this week. The percent of positivity in the county significantly decreased from 13.1% to 8.9% this week.

Please check back here for the latest COVID update and any announced changes to our operations. This information is also available by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep your residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, March 6), and no staff members tested positive. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county increased from 98 last week to 52 this week. The percent of positivity in the county significantly decreased from 13.1% to 8.9% this week.

Please check back here for the latest COVID update and any announced changes to our operations. This information is also available by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep your residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, February 27), and no staff members tested positive. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility.

Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 98 last week to 38 this week. The percent of positivity in the county slightly decreased from 14.4% to 13.1% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, March 2, 2023 in the Chapel.

If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it.

Please also be aware we are hosting Employee Town Hall sessions on Wednesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 2nd. Please plan on attending one of the posted times for the mandatory Town Hall sessions.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, February 20), and one Environmental Services staff member tested positive. This team member will isolate at home until cleared to return to work. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at this time.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 122 last week to 98 this week. The percent of positivity in the county slightly decreased from 17.6% to 14.4% this week.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID testing and for any operational changes that occur due to testing results. This information is also available on our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

And as always – please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, February 13, 2023), and one Rehab staff member tested positive. This team member will isolate at home until cleared to return to work. Another staff member who tested positive last week is also isolating at home until cleared to return. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There is one HCC resident who tested positive who continues to isolate in the COVID unit upstairs. There are no COVID positive residents on any of the other four nursing units in the HCC at this time.

There are no COVID positive residents in AL, ADC, or IL.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 127 last week to 122 this week. The percent of positivity in the county slightly increased from 17.6% to 17.7% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, February 16, 2023, in the Chapel.

If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, February 9, 2023), and one Rehab staff member tested positive. This team member and another team member who tested positive earlier in the week will isolate at home until cleared to return to work. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We conducted outbreak testing of all residents on the Bermuda rehab unit yesterday (Thursday, February 9), and there were no positive Bermuda residents. There are four HCC residents who tested positive who continue to isolate in the COVID unit upstairs. We will be in outbreak testing protocols on Bermuda until further notice. We have suspended group dining and activities on Bermuda during this outbreak testing period.

There are no COVID positive residents on any of the other four nursing units in the HCC at this time. There is one COVID positive resident in Independent Living who is isolating in their apartment. There are no COVID positive residents in AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased from 147 last week to 127 this week. The percent of positivity in the county decreased from 18.9% to 17.6% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Monday, February 13, 2023 in the Chapel. If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily and for being so patient as we worked through our annual unannounced state inspection. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, February 2), and I am pleased to report that no staff were positive for the virus. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents on the Bermuda rehab unit yesterday (Thursday, February 2) in the Health Care Center (HCC) and 3 residents were COVID-positive. Those 3 residents are now on the isolation unit upstairs. We will be in outbreak testing protocols on Bermuda until further notice. We have suspended group dining and activities on Bermuda during this outbreak testing period. There are no COVID-positive residents on any of the other 4 nursing units in the HCC at this time.

There are no positive residents in Independent Living (IL) or the Adult Day Center (ADC).

We are currently managing 2 COVID-positive residents in the Assisted Living (AL) who are finishing up their isolation periods after testing positive over a week ago. There are no COVID-positive AL residents on the Memory Unit. We retested all residents yesterday (February 2nd), and everyone was negative. As a precautionary measure, group dining and activities in the AL are paused while we continue to conduct outbreak testing.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased to 134 down from 182 last week. The percent of positivity in the county decreased from 23.9% to 18.3% this week.

You can check back here for the latest COVID testing update and how it may change our operations. This same information is available on our local hotline number, just call 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, January 30, 2023), and there were no COVID-positive team members. The three staffers who tested positive last week continue to isolate at home until cleared to return to work. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

There are no positive residents in the Health Care Center (HCC), Independent Living (IL), or the Adult Day Center (ADC).

We are currently managing five COVID-positive residents in the Assisted Living (AL). There are no COVID-positive AL residents in the Memory Unit. As a precautionary measure, group dining and activities in the AL are paused while we continue to conduct outbreak testing. All AL residents were tested again yesterday and there are no new positive results.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county increased from 134 last week to 147 this week. The percent of positivity in the county increased slightly from 18.3% to 18.9% this week.

We would like to thank everyone who came out to support our on-site Booster Vaccine Clinics held on 1/19 and 1/26. We especially want to thank our fabulous nursing staff for working with Pruitt Rx to give the injections and monitor the attendees for any after-effects.

Check back here for the latest COVID testing information and any operational changes caused by COVID. You can also get this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, January 26, 2023), and there were 3 COVID positive team members. These staffers will isolate at home until cleared to return to work. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center (HCC) on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (1/26/23), and there were no residents who tested positive for COVID. This will conclude the outbreak testing and return the final unit, Dale, to group dining and activities.

There are no positive residents in Independent Living (IL) or the Adult Day Center (ADC).

We are currently managing 11 COVID-positive residents in the Assisted Living (AL). There are no COVID-positive AL residents on the Memory Unit. We retested all residents yesterday 1/26/23, and everyone was negative. As a precautionary measure, group dining and activities in the AL are paused while we continue to conduct outbreak testing. Visitation for the AL residents is still occurring, and if your loved one is COVID-positive and you wish to visit, please permit us to educate you on how to visit safely when you arrive.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased to 134 down from 182 last week. The percent of positivity in the county decreased from 23.9% to 18.3% this week.

Thanks to everyone who helped during our Vaccine clinic on Thursday 1/26/2023.

You can check here for routine updates on our COVID testing and any operational changes that we make due to testing results. You can also get this same information by dialing our local information hotline at 804-425-7522. And as always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, January 23, 2023), and there were no COVID positive team members.  All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center (HCC) on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (Monday, 1/23/23), and there were no residents who tested positive for COVID. We do have two residents on our dedicated isolation unit who tested positive last week. As of today, only the Dale Nursing Unit in the HCC remains in outbreak testing status and we have temporarily paused group dining and activities services on Dale.  Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions.  Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL or ADC.

We are currently managing 11 COVID positive residents in the Assisted Living (AL). There are no COVID positive AL residents on the Memory Unit.  We will retest the residents tomorrow and all staff again this Thursday. As a precautionary measure, group dining and activities in the AL are paused while we conduct outbreak testing.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility.  Cases per 100,000 residents in the county decreased to 134 down from 182 last week.  The percent of positivity in the county decreased from 23.9% to 18.3% this week.

Thanks to everyone who helped during out Vaccine clinic on Thursday 1/19/2023.  Our final clinic will be this Thursday, 1/26.  The vaccine booster is free.

You can check back here for the latest COVID information and any operational changes or you can also call our local hotline number at 804-425-7522

As always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, January 19, 2023), and there were no COVID-positive team members. There is one AL staff member who tested positive earlier this week and is isolating at home until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical staff. Today there were two HCC staff members who tested positive on “antigen quick-read” tests and took follow-up PCR lab tests to confirm the positive antigen results. These two staff members are isolating at home waiting for test results. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (Thursday, 1/19/23), and there was one Matoaca resident who tested positive. We now have three residents isolating on the COVID unit. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

In Assisted Living (AL), there nine residents who tested positive for COVID who are isolating in their apartments. Group dining and activities in the AL are paused while we conduct outbreak testing in AL.

There are no positive residents in IL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 182 last week to 262 this week. The percent of positivity in the county DECREASED from 28.6% last week to 23.9% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Monday, January 23, 2023, in the Chapel.

If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it. As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, January 16, 2023), and there were no COVID positive team members. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (Monday, 1/16/23), and there were no residents who tested positive for COVID. We do have a handful of residents on our dedicated isolation unit who tested positive last week. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL or ADC.

We are doing COVID testing today in the AL after learning a family member exposed their loved one when visiting this weekend. Any residents who test positive today with an antigen “quick-read” test will have a follow-up PCR lab test to confirm the positive antigen results. As a precautionary measure, group dining and activities in the AL are paused until we get PCR results back Wednesday afternoon.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 182 last week to 262 this week. The percent of positivity in the county DECREASED from 28.6% last week to 23.9% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs. The bivalent vaccine booster clinic will be held in the Mast auditorium on January 19th. This is for all residents in all levels of care and any staff who wish to get the new vaccine.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, January 19, 2023, in the Chapel.

If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it. As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, January 12, 2023), and there were no COVID positive team members. There are two staff members, who are still isolating at home who tested positive earlier this week. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (Thursday, 1/12/23), and there were no residents who tested positive for COVID. The number of COVID positive patients has declined, but exceeds the number of beds we have set aside for isolation, so we are permitting some asymptomatic residents to remain in their rooms to isolate. Residents who test positive do not reside with roommates unless the roommate is also positive for COVID. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL, AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 191 last week to 182 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 20.9% last week up to 28.6% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on a unit in the HCC that is doing outbreak testing, you need to wear a mask or goggles when caring for residents.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs. The bivalent vaccine booster clinic will be held in the Mast auditorium on January 19th. This is for all residents in all levels of care and any staff who wish to get the new vaccine.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Monday, January 16, 2023 in the Chapel.

If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it. As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Monday, January 9, 2023), and we had three team members who were COVID-positive. These individuals will join two other staff members, who tested positive last week, isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. We did COVID testing of all residents in the Health Care Center (HCC) on all units as part of outbreak testing yesterday (Monday, 1/9/23). The number of COVID positive patients exceeds the number of beds we have set aside for isolation upstairs on the isolation hallway, so we are permitting some asymptomatic residents to remain in their rooms to isolate. Residents who test positive do not reside with roommates unless the roommate is also positive for COVID. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL, AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 191 last week to 182 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 20.9% last week up to 28.6% this week.

The bivalent vaccine booster clinic will be held in the Mast auditorium on January 19th. This is for all residents in all levels of care and any staff who wish to get the new vaccine.

We are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, January 12, 2023 in the Chapel, along with all HCC nursing units that are under outbreak protocols.

You can check back here for the latest testing and operational information or call our local hotline at 804-425-7522. And as always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Thursday, January 5, 2023), and we had one team member who was COVID positive. This individual will join four other staff members, who tested positive earlier this week, isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents on the other units as part of outbreak testing. The number of COVID positive patients is greater than the designated vacancies we have upstairs on the COVID isolation area. We have now set-up isolation rooms for isolating residents on their assigned units. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS
guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL, AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 161 last week to 191 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 20.2% last week up to 20.9% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on Dale Unit or Bermuda Unit, we also ask that you wear a shield or goggles.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Monday, January 9, 2023 in the Chapel.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it. As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2023

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (Tuesday, January 3, 2023), and we had four team members who were COVID positive. Those four individuals will join three other staff members, who tested positive last week, isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents on the other units as we also continued outbreak testing on the Dale Unit. Since the number of COVID positive patients is greater than the designated vacancies we have upstairs on the COVID isolation area, we have now set-up one Dale Unit hall for isolating Dale residents. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL, AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 161 last week to 191 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 20.2% last week up to 20.9% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or AL. If you are on Dale Unit or Bermuda Unit, we also ask that you wear a shield or goggles.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, January 5, 2023 in the Chapel.

As expected with the holidays, we are seeing a spike in COVID transmission. If you don’t feel well, please don’t wait for our scheduled COVID test days. You can test at home or here anytime, just communicate with your supervisor so they can coordinate it. As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

2022

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Thursday 12/29/22), and we had three team members, one from the Health Care Center, one from our Adult Day Center, and one concierge who were COVID positive. Those three individuals will join two other staff members, who tested positive last week, isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We did COVID testing of all residents on all units, as we also continued outbreak testing on the Dale Unit. There are now 20 COVID positive residents in the HCC. Since this number is greater than the designated vacancies we have upstairs on the COVID isolation area, we have now set-up one Dale Unit hall for isolating Dale residents. Units under outbreak testing will temporarily pause group dining and activities services. Visitors to residents who are isolating due to COVID should check in at HCC Front Desk for instructions on how to visit. Health Care Center visitation will continue following CMS guidelines.

There are no positive residents in IL, AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 112 two weeks ago to 161 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 10.8% two weeks ago up to 20.2% this week.

If you have not gotten your bivalent vaccine booster, please be aware that Lucy Corr and Pruitt Pharmacy are hosting a vaccine clinic for residents and staff on January 19th, 2023. Staff from AL and the HCC will be reaching out to resident families to get permission for the vaccine administration.

Check back here for the latest on our COVID testing and any operational changes. You can also get this information by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Tuesday 12/27/22), and we had two team members, one from nursing and one from housekeeping, who were positive for the virus. Those two individuals will join two other staff members who tested positive last week and will isolate at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

We concluded outbreak testing of residents on the Midlothian Unit of the Health Care Center (HCC) for COVID, and they have resumed group dining and activities.

We did COVID testing of all residents on the other units, as we also continued outbreak testing on our Dale Unit. All units were negative, however Dale Unit had 5 additional residents test positive yesterday, bringing the total to 13 positive residents. Since this number is greater than the vacancies we have on the upstairs COVID isolation area, we have now set-up one hall on Dale Unit to serve the purpose of isolating those COVID positive residents. We have paused Dale Unit group dining and activities as we conduct outbreak testing. Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines in the HCC, and we will work to help families who wish to visit those who are COVID positive if they wish. We have contacted the families of those who tested positive and given more specific visitation details.

There are nine COVID positive residents currently isolating in Independent Living after testing positive last week, and all should end their quarantine by the weekend.

There are no positive residents in AL or ADC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 112 two weeks ago to 161 this week. The percent of positivity in the county climbed from 10.8% two weeks ago up to 20.2% this week.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday (12/22) and two staff members tested positive who work in the Health Care Center (HCC). They will isolate at home until being cleared to return to work by our medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated. Staff testing next week will be postponed by one day due to the Christmas Holiday. Testing will resume on Tuesday, 12/27/22.

We completed outbreak testing yesterday on the Midlothian Nursing Unit in the HCC and there were no new positive cases. There are two COVID residents being cared for in our isolation unit.

Visitation to the HCC is continuing per CMS guidance. All visitors will be screened upon entry and will be issued a new mask to wear during their visit. This same protocol is being followed in the Assisted Living (AL) and the Independent Living (IL). While there are no COVID positive residents in the AL, we do have 15 of our IL residents who have tested positive for the virus. These independent living residents are isolating in their apartments and cottages, and we are waiving all delivery fees for meals during their quarantine period. The Bistro restaurant is open for dining and takeout, but all residents and visitors are asked to wear a mask when in common spaces until further notice.

Chesterfield County is seeing a large uptick in the number of people testing positive for COVID. This week, we saw the percent of positivity jump from 10% to 14.2%.

If you are not feeling well, please consider postponing your visit and opting for a virtual visit instead. You can schedule a virtual visit from the link on this page. You can also get the latest COVID testing info and any operational changes by visiting this page or by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Monday, 12/19), and no staff members tested positive. We do have one staff member from out Adult Day Center who tested positive last week who is isolating at home until cleared to return. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

We continued our outbreak testing of residents on the Midlothian Unit in the Health Care Center (HCC) yesterday, and there were no COVID positive residents. We currently have two residents being cared for on the COVID isolation unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we conduct outbreak testing. Visitation will continue in the HCC per CMS guidelines. All visitors are issued a mask upon entry and all visitors are required to properly wear their mask.

We are currently monitoring 7 residents in the Independent Living (IL) who are fighting COVID. These residents are isolating and under their doctor’s care. Dining staff is waving meal delivery fees while they quarantine. We will be conducting COVID testing for IL residents again Wednesday.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED again this week, jumping up from 112 last week to 128 this week. The percent of COVID positivity in the county climbed from 10.8% last to 14.2% this week.

Check back here for the latest information or you are welcome to call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Thursday, 12/15), and no staff members tested positive. We do have four staff members who tested positive in previous testing on the 12th who remain at home to complete their isolation period. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

We conducted COVID outbreak testing of residents on the Midlothian Nursing Unit in the Health Care Center yesterday, and there were no positive residents. We currently have one resident who is being cared for on the COVID isolation unit who was previously on the Midlothian Nursing Unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we complete outbreak testing (outbreak testing concludes once we reach the end of 14 days with no new positive test results among residents).

There are no COVID positive residents in any other area of living (AL, ADC and IL). Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines in the HCC. We do still require mask to be worn by visitors in the AL and the HCC.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 100 last week to 112 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county climbed from 9.7% last week to 10.8% this week.

Check back here for the latest testing information and how it may alter our daily operations. You can also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Monday, 12/12), and one HCC Midlothian staff member tested positive. This staff member is isolating at home until cleared to return by medical staff. Additionally, there are three staff members who tested positive last week who are isolating at home until cleared to return. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Because of the positive staff member from Midlothian, we tested residents on the Midlothian unit for COVID yesterday, and one resident tested positive. We are reopening the COVID isolation unit to care for this resident. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we conduct outbreak testing on this unit until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives.

There are no COVID positive residents in any other area of living (AL, ADC and IL). Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines.

Chesterfield County was rated as RED by CMS on their weekly COVID Transmissibility update. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county INCREASED from 100 last week to 112 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county climbed from 9.7% last week to 10.8% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or in the AL.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs with the most current data.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Thursday, December 15, 2022 in the Chapel.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Thursday, 12/8) and there were no staff members who tested positive. There are three staff members who tested positive earlier this week who are isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

We also completed outbreak testing on the Bermuda Short-Stay Rehab Unit in the Health Care Center (HCC), and all residents were again negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive residents in any area of living. Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines and group dining and group activities on the Bermuda Unit have resumed.

Chesterfield County was rated as RED by CMS on their weekly COVID Transmissibility update. Cases of county residents with COVID jumped up from 76 per 100,000 to 101 per 100,000. The percent of positivity in the county also went up from 8.9% last week to 9.7% this week.

I want to remind all staff that you must wear the K-N95 mask we issue you at the start of your shift (and wear it properly) when you are on the nursing units in the HCC or in the AL. HCC staff are also asked to wear face shields or goggles when performing resident care.

If you have not gotten your vaccine booster, please consider doing so – and if you have gotten it, please give your updated vaccine card to your supervisor so we can amend our vaccine logs with the most current data.

Please be reminded that we are testing all staff and onsite agency staff again on Monday, December 12, 2022 in the Chapel.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. I appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Mondayay, 12/5) and we are pleased to announce everyone was negative for the virus.  Today, a member of our support services team tested positive while on leave.  That individual will remain at home to isolate until cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.
We also continued outbreak testing on the Bermuda Short-Stay Rehab Unit in the Health Care Center (HCC) and all residents were again negative for COVID.  Presently we have one resident isolating on the COVID unit after testing positive on Friday, 11/25.  Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines and we have suspended group dining and group activities on the Bermuda Unit while we continue outbreak testing.  Other units in the HCC will continue to have group activities and dining.
Currently there are no COVID positive residents in the Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or the Independent Living.
Chesterfield County was rated as RED by CMS on their weekly COVID Transmissibility update. Cases of county residents with COVID jumped up from 76 per 100,000 to 101 per 100,000. The percent of positivity in the county also went up from 8.9% last week to 9.7% this week.
Check back here for our routine updates on COVID and how it may alter our day-to-day operations.  You can also get this info by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522
Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Thursday, 12/1) and we are pleased to announce everyone was negative for the virus.  Today, a member of our support services team tested positive while on leave.  That individual will remain at home to isolate until cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.
We also continued outbreak testing on the Bermuda Short-Stay Rehab Unit in the Health Care Center (HCC) and all residents were again negative for COVID.  Presently we have one resident isolating on the COVID unit after testing positive on Friday, 11/25.  Visitation will continue per CMS guidelines and we have suspended group dining and group activities on the Bermuda Unit while we continue outbreak testing.  Other units in the HCC will continue to have group activities and dining.
Currently there are no COVID positive residents in the Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or the Independent Living.
Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility.  Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 76 last week to 58 this week.  The percent of positivity this week in the county climbed from 7% last week to 8.9% this week.
Check back here for our routine updates on COVID and how it may alter our day-to-day operations.  You can also get this info by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522
Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2022

All staff were tested for COVID yesterday, (Monday, 11/28) and we are pleased to announce everyone was negative for the virus. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.
We also continued outbreak testing on the Bermuda Short-Stay Rehab Unit in the Health Care Center (HCC) and all residents tested negative for COVID. Presently we have one resident isolating on the COVID unit after testing positive on Friday, 11/25, and one other resident isolating at their family’s home who tested positive on Monday, 11/21. Since staff testing on Monday, 11/21/2022, a total of three dietary managers have tested positive for COVID and are isolating at home. We also tested all residents who went out on Thanksgiving Day to dine and visit with family offsite. All 39 residents who were out have tested negative for COVID yesterday. Visitation in the HCC will continue per CMS guidelines and we have suspended group dining and group activities on the Bermuda Unit while we continue outbreak testing. Other nursing units continue to have group dining and activities.
Currently there are no COVID positive residents in the Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or the Independent Living. Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 76 last week to 58 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county climbed from 7% last week to 8.9% this week.
We update this page with the latest COVID testing information as well as any changes to our operational activities. This info is also available by calling our local phone hotline at 804-425-7522 Please continue to keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.
Please continue to keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022

Since staff testing on Monday, 11/21/2022, a total of three dietary managers have tested positive for COVID and are isolating at home. Today, Friday, November 25, 2022, we tested all dietary staff, and all were negative. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

All residents on the Bermuda unit were tested for COVID today, and one resident tested positive. This resident was moved to the COVID isolation unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Bermuda unit while we conduct outbreak testing on this unit until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives. In Bermuda, therapy will only take place in resident rooms.

There are no other positive residents in any other areas. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 85 last week to 76 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county remained 7% this week (same as last two weeks).

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes. You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, 11/17/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 90 last week to 85 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county remained 7% this week (same as last week).

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes. You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2022

We tested all staff today (Monday, 11/14/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated. There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 90 last week to 85 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county remained 7% this week (same as last week).

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes. You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, 11/10/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated. There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county remained at 90 this week (same as last week). The percent of positivity this week in the county DECREASED from 8% to 7%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes. You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, 11/3/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID. There is one administrative staff member who is still isolating at home and will return next week. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 90 last week to 80 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county DECREASED from 10% to 8%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes. You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, 10/31/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID.  There is one administrative staff member who is still isolating at home from an earlier positive test last week.  All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility.  Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 90 last week to 80 this week.  The percent of positivity this week in the county DECREASED from 10% to 8%.
Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID testing and any operational/visitation changes.  You can also get this information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.
Please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.
— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (10/27) and one staff member was positive for COVID and is isolating at home until cleared to return by our medical team.  All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.
There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr campus.  Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units per CMS guidance, and we still require all visitors to wear a properly fitted mask.
Chesterfield County is still rated “RED” for COVID transmissibility.  Cases per 100K citizens dropped to 90 and the percent of positivity was 8.5%.
Check back here for updates on COVID testing and any operational changes resulting from COVID.  You can also get updates by dialing our information hotline at 804-425-7522
As always please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, 10/24/2022), and I am pleased to report that no staff members tested positive for COVID. There is one AL staff member who is still isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is now rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 109 last week to 90 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county INCREASED from 8.5% to 10%.

Check back here for the latest COVID info and any operational changes. You can also find information by dialing our information hotline – 804.425.7522.

As always, please keep our residents, our caregivers, and their families in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2022

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2022

We tested the entire staff (Thursday, 10/20/2022), and one staff member from AL tested positive. This staff member has not worked since 10/13, and was tested outside the facility and reported their results to us remotely. That individual will isolate until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue at all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county are at 109 and the percent of positivity is 8.5%. This week is the first week the county was not RED (meaning high transmission) since last year. Now that the county is ORANGE we fall from the “high” to “substantial” rating. Changes related to dropping to “substantial” cannot take effect until we go two weeks with that new, lower, transmission rating by CMS, so please stay tuned…

Check back here for the latest COVID info and any operational changes we make as a result of testing. You can also find information by dialing our information hotline – 804.425.7522.

As always, please keep our residents, our caregivers, and their families in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, 10/17/2022), and I am pleased to report that everyone was COVID negative. We do have one Health Care Center (HCC) support staff member still out after testing positive last week. This staff member will continue to isolate until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of the Lucy Corr Campus. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance, and all visitors are required to wear a proper fitting surgical or better mask when inside the HCC.

Chesterfield County is rated ORANGE by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county are at 109 and the percent of positivity is 8.5%. This week is the first week the county was not RED (meaning high transmission) since the end of last year. Now that the county is ORANGE we fall from the “high” to “substantial” rating. Changes related to dropping to “substantial” cannot take effect until we go two weeks with that new, lower, transmission rating by CMS. Any operational adjustments that will occur will be posted here or you may also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

We are on a waiting list with the VDH to set a date to host an onsite vaccine and booster clinic. Once we have the date and times we will post those here and on the hotline.

Please continue to keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, October 10th), and there were no staff members who tested positive for COVID. There are four staff members who tested positive last week who are still isolating at home until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Adult Day Center, Assisted Living and Independent Living at Lucy Corr.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 105 last week to 87 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county slightly increased from 8.4% last week to 9.4% this week.

As always, check back here for updates or call our local information hotline (804) 425-7522. Please continue to keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, October 6th), and there was one staff member who tested positive for COVID. This staff member is isolating at home (as will as the three other staff members who tested positive on Monday) until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

One resident in Assisted Living tested positive on Saturday. They are isolating in their room until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, Adult Day Center, and Independent Living at Lucy Corr.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county slightly INCREASED from 101 last week to 105 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county decreased from 11.1% last week to 8.4% this week.

As always, check back here for updates or call our local information hotline (804) 425-7522.

Please continue to keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, October 3), and there were three staff members (one nursing staff member, one finance office staff member, one EVS staff member) who tested positive for COVID. These staff members are isolating at home until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical team. As a reminder, all staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center, the Adult Day Center, or the Independent Living.

One resident in Assisted Living tested positive on Saturday after being visited by a family member who also tested positive. That resident is vaccinated and will isolate under medical supervision until cleared by the Lucy Corr medical team.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county slightly INCREASED from 101 last week to 105 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county decreased from 11.1% last week to 8.4% this week. 8.4% is the lowest positivity in the county this year.

We are awaiting a date to hold the bivalent booster clinic on campus. Once the date is set we will post it here and on our local information hotline (804) 425-7522.

Please continue to keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers, we appreciate it.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, September 29 th ), and I am pleased to report that there were no COVID positive results. One nursing staff member tested positive last week and is isolating at home until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Outbreak testing among all the residents on the Midlothian unit has ended and they have returned to group dining and activities. Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents anywhere at Lucy Corr.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 156 last week to 101 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county also decreased from 13% last week to 11.1% this week.

Continue checking this page for more updates or call our local phone hotline (804) 425-7522.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, we always appreciate them, and you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, September 26th), and I am pleased to report that there were no COVID positive results. One nursing staff member tested positive last week and is isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

All residents on the Midlothian unit were tested for COVID yesterday, and no one tested positive. There are no residents on the COVID isolation unit at this time in the Health Care Center. Group activities and dining will now resume on the Midlothian unit since outbreak testing has been completed with no new positives. Visitation in the Health Care Center continues on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in Assisted Living, Adult Day Center, or Independent Living at Lucy Corr.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 156 last week to 101 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county also decreased from 13% last week to 11.1% this week.

Continue checking this page for more updates or call our local phone hotline (804) 425-7522.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, we always appreciate them, and you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, September 22nd), and one nursing staff member tested positive and is isolating at home until cleared to return by Lucy Corr medical team. There is one staff member who tested positive last week, and they are also isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

All residents on the Midlothian unit were tested for COVID yesterday, and no one tested positive. There are no residents on the COVID isolation unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we conduct outbreak testing on this unit until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives.

One Adult Day Center participant tested positive for COVID on Saturday, September 10th. This participant is isolating at home until cleared to return by their physician.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in Assisted Living or Independent Living at Lucy Corr. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 169 last week to 156 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county also decreased from 20% last week to 13% this week.

Continue checking this page for more updates or call our local phone hotline (804) 425-7522.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, we always appreciate them, and you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2022

We tested all staff on Monday, 9/19, and we are pleased to report everyone was negative for COVID. One staff member remains out on isolation after testing positive last week. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We continue to have one Health Care Center resident on our isolation unit after testing positive last week on the Midlothian Unit. The resident has very mild symptoms and will return to their normal room after serving the quarantine period. We have suspended group dining and activities on the Midlothian Unit while we conduct twice weekly outbreak testing. Yesterday’s testing was all negative on Midlothian. Should no new cases be found when we test on Thursday 9/22 and again on Monday, 9/26, then we will clear the outbreak and resume “normal” operations on the Midlothian Unit. Visitation continues in the Health Care Center per CMS guidelines.

One Adult Day Center participant remains at home after testing positive for COVID. We have tested all our ADC participants and we are pleased to report no other cases have been discovered.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in the Assisted Living or Independent Living areas of our campus.

Chesterfield County is still listed by CMS as “RED” for COVID transmissibility. The percent of positive testing in the county did drop from 20% to 13% this week, which is the lowest it has been since November of last year. Cases in the county per 100,000 citizens also dropped from 169 last week down to 156 this week.

We are in communication with our local Health Department about the new COVID booster (bivalent) and are working to set-up a booster clinic for staff and residents. Once we have more information, we will post that here and on our local phone hotline (804) 425-7522. Residents and their families will receive individual notification when the clinic is slated to occur so we can offer the booster to those interested in having it for their loved one.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, we always appreciate them, and you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, September 15th), and one dietary staff member was COVID-positive. This staff member is isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. There are two staff members who tested positive last week, and they are also isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

All residents on the Midlothian unit were tested for COVID yesterday, and no one tested positive. There is still one Midlothian resident on the COVID isolation unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we conduct outbreak testing on this unit until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives.

One Adult Day Center participant tested positive for COVID on Saturday, September 10th. This participant is isolating at home until cleared to return by their physician.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in Assisted Living or Independent Living at Lucy Corr. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 191 last week to 169 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county also decreased from 23% last week to 20% this week.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID status and how that status may affect operations. You may also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, September 12th), and one staff member, who had no recent resident contact, was COVID-positive. This staff member is isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. There are two staff members who tested positive last week, and they are also isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Residents on the Midlothian unit were tested for COVID yesterday, and only one resident tested positive. We are reopening the COVID isolation unit to care for this resident. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Midlothian unit while we conduct outbreak testing on this unit until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives.

One Adult Day Center participant tested positive for COVID on Saturday, September 10th. This participant is isolating at home until cleared to return by their physician.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in Assisted Living or Independent Living at Lucy Corr. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county DECREASED from 191 last week to 169 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county also decreased from 23% last week to 20% this week.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID status and how that status may effect operations. You may also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2022

We COVID tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, 9/8) and we had one employee test positive. That person is part of our support services team and will be at home isolating until cleared to return by our medical staff. As a reminder, all Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

As we announced on Tuesday, we did have a staff member in the Assisted Living test positive for COVID, and that staff member is home isolating. As a precaution, we COVID tested all residents in the Assisted Living yesterday and there were no positive results.

Currently there are no COVID positive residents in any line of service on the Lucy Corr campus.

CMS continues to rate Chesterfield County as “RED” for COVID transmissibility. The percent of positive testing in the county last week was still above 20%. The “RED” rating requires providers to test all staff twice per week and also mandates visitors wear a mask when on campus.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID status and how that status may effect operations. You may also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Testing continued this week for all staff on campus, and due to the Labor Day holiday, we tested today, Tuesday, 9/6/2022. All staff, except one, were negative for COVID. The staff member who was positive works part-time in the Assisted Living and is at home isolating. They may return only after they are cleared to do so by Lucy Corr medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Assisted Living residents will be tested for COVID on Thursday, 9/8/2022, which is protocol after exposure (no sooner than 48 hours after initial exposure). We will post the testing results online and on our local hotline (804)-425-7522.

Currently there are no COVID-positive residents on the Lucy Corr campus in any of our 4 levels of care.

CMS continues to rate Chesterfield County as “RED” for COVID transmissibility. The percent of positive testing in the county last week was still above 20%. The “RED” rating requires providers to test all staff twice per week and also mandates visitors wear a mask when on campus.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID status and how that status may effect operations. You may also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, September 1st) and I am pleased to report that all staff were COVID-negative. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and no residents tested positive. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID, this includes the Health Care Center, Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have increased 150 last week to 190 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 24, %which is a slight INCREASE from last week’s measurement of 23%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, August 29th), and no staff members tested positive. There are two staff members who tested positive last week and are isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and no one tested positive. There are no residents in the COVID unit. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Dale unit until Wednesday, August 31st, but residents are free to move about the unit by wearing masks. Group rehab activities have resumed on the Bermuda unit. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in any area of living at Lucy Corr.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 150 last week to 190 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 24%, which is a slight INCREASE from last week’s measurement of 23%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, August 25th), and there was one dining department staff member who tested positive and is now isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and no one tested positive. There are two residents who tested positive last week who are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit until they have completed their quarantine period. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Dale unit, but residents are free to move about the unit by wearing masks. Group rehab activities have resumed on the Bermuda unit. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 234 last week to 150 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 23%, which is a slight DECREASE from last week’s measurement of 24%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2022

We tested all staff today (Monday, August 22th), and there was one nursing department staff member who tested positive and is now isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated. Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted today, and no one tested positive. There are two residents who tested positive last week who are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit until they have completed their quarantine period.

Group activities and dining are suspended on the Dale unit. Group rehab activities are suspended on the Bermuda unit. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 234 last week to 150 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 23%, which is a slight DECREASE from last week’s measurement of 24%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, August 18), and there were two staff members who tested positive (one concierge and one business office) and both are now isolating at home until cleared to return by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and two residents tested positive (one from Bermuda, one from Dale). These two residents are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit until they have completed their quarantine period. Group activities and dining are suspended on the Dale. Rehab activities for Bermuda residents will be room-based and not gym-based until further notice. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

We will retest all staff and HCC residents on Monday, August 22.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 265 last week to 234 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 24%, which is a slight DECREASE from last week’s measurement of 25%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, August 15), and there was one HCC nursing staff member who tested positive and is now isolating at home. There are three staff members who tested positive last week, and they are also isolating at home until cleared to return by their physicians. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and no residents tested positive. All units are now open for group activities and dining except Midlothian unit (where yesterday’s positive staff member was working). Midlothian group dining and activities are suspended while we conduct testing. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 265 last week to 234 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 24%, which is a slight DECREASE from last week’s measurement of 25%.

Please check back here for the latest updates on COVID and how it may alter our operations. You can also access this same information by calling our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, August 11th), and two staff members were positive. One positive staff member is on our rehab team and the other is on our nursing staff. Both staff members will isolate at home until cleared to return by their physicians. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and all residents were negative. We have completed outbreak testing and reached the end of 14 days with no new positives. All units are now open for group activities and dining. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 327 last week to 265 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 25%, which is an INCREASE from last week’s measurement of 23%.
As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. We appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, August 8th), and all staff were negative. One member of our administrative shared services staff continues to isolate until cleared to return by medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and all residents were negative. There are no residents in the COVID unit. We will continue outbreak testing until we reach the end of 14 days with no new positives. Visitation will continue on all units in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance.

Presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have DECREASED from 327 last week to 265 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 25%, which is an INCREASE from last week’s measurement of 23%.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. We appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, August 4th), and all staff were negative. One member of our administrative shared services staff, who has not been in the building since last Friday, tested positive and is isolating at home until cleared to return by medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and all residents were negative. There are two (2) HCC residents who tested positive over a week ago are isolating in the COVID unit until they are cleared to return to their residences by their physicians. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Independent Living, Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 259 last week to 327 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 23%, which is the same as last week’s measurement.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. We appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, August 1st), and all staff were negative. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday, and all residents were negative. There are three (3) HCC residents who tested positive last week and are isolating in the COVID unit until they are cleared to return to their residences by their physicians. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

We also have two (2) cottage residents in Independent Living with confirmed cases of COVID. They will be isolating in their cottage with free meal deliveries until cleared by their physician.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 259 last week to 327 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county is 23%, which is the same as last week’s measurement.

As always, thank you for the care and dedication you show our residents and one another daily. We appreciate you.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2022

We COVID tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, July 28th), and we are pleased to report that there were no positive results.  This week we did have a member of our rehab department test positive and that individual will remain at home on isolation until cleared to return by the medical staff.  All staff and vendors are vaccinated at Lucy Corr.
Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday.  One resident on our Dale Unit and another on our Bermuda unit tested positive and were relocated to our COVID isolation unit.  Group dining and activities are paused at this time in the HCC as we do outbreak testing.  Our next test date will be Monday, August 1. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.
There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.
Two Independent Living residents are isolating in their cottage after testing positive this week. The Bistro remains open for in-person dining at this time and we will be delivering meals to the residents in isolation at no charge.  Group activities and classes will continue in the Independent Living.
Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased 295 last week to 249 this week.  The percent of positivity this week in the county remains above 20%.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID situation and how that influences or alters operations. You can also get this update by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, families, and our awesome staff in your thoughts and prayers, we certainly appreciate it.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, July 26th), and all staff were negative. There were three (3) staff members who tested positive last week and are isolating at home until they are cleared by medical staff to return to work. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday. There was one (1) resident on our Dale Unit who tested positive. This resident has temporarily moved to the COVID-19 isolation unit and will remain there until medically cleared. We retested all Dale residents again today, and we are very relieved to report all those residents were negative. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units. While we do outbreak testing, we will temporarily suspend group dining and activities on the Dale unit. We will retest all staff and residents this Thursday, July 28th.

We now have two (2) cottage residents in Independent Living with confirmed cases of COVID. They will be isolating in their cottage with free meal deliveries until cleared by their physician.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID situation and how that influences or alters operations. You can also get this update by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, families, and our awesome staff in your thoughts and prayers, we certainly appreciate it.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2022

We tested all staff again Thursday 7/21/22 and we had three COVID-positive staff members (one from environmental services, one from rehab, and one from nursing). All of these individuals will quarantine at home until cleared to return to care for our residents. As a reminder, all Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated.

We tested all residents yesterday in the Health Care Center (HCC) and we are pleased to report there were no COVID positive test results. Group dining and activities are temporarily suspended on our Clover Hill unit was we complete outbreak testing. Visitation the HCC continues per CMS guidelines. We will test all staff and residents in the HCC again during the day on Monday, July 25th.

One cottage resident in the Independent Living has tested positive today and will isolate under their doctor’s care. The Bistro will deliver meals at no charge while they complete their isolation period.

There are no COVID positive residents currently in the Assisted Living or the Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is rated RED for COVID transmissibility by CMS again this week and the percent of positivity remains at 24% as we see the new variant roll thru the area.

Check back here for the latest updates on COVID and any operational changes or you are welcome to call our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, families, and our great staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, JULY 18, 2022

We tested all staff today (Monday, July 18th), and we had no staff members test positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted today. All nursing units were negative. There are still three (3) residents on the Clover Hill unit who tested positive for COVID who remain on isolation on Clover Hill. Group dining and activities in Clover Hill will be suspended as we continue outbreak testing. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Independent Living, Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 249 last week to 295 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 24%, which is the same as last week’s measurement.

Check back here for the latest updates on testing and any operational changes on campus. You can also get this information by dialing our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, July 14th), and we had no staff members test positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday. All nursing units were negative. There are still three (3) residents on the Clover Hill (secured) unit who tested positive for COVID last week who remain on isolation on Clover Hill. Group dining and activities in Clover Hill will be suspended as we continue outbreak testing on this unit. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Independent Living, Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 245 last week to 249 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 24%, which is up from 20% which was last week’s measurement.

Check back here for the latest updates on our COVID status, visitation, and any operational changes. You can also call our local info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, July 11th), and we had no staff members test positive for COVID. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday. All nursing units were negative with the exception of our Clover Hill secured unit. One (1) additional resident on the secured unit tested positive for COVID. Due to the nature of those who reside on that secured unit and the total number of those COVID-positive exceeding the capacity of our COVID hallway, they will remain on Clover Hill on isolation. Group dining and activities will be suspended as we continue outbreak testing on this unit. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED again this week and the percent of positivity in Chesterfield this week is 24%, which is up 4% from last week’s measurement.

As always, thank you for keeping our dedicated staff and our residents in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, July 7th), and we had one staff member test positive for COVID. The staff member works in support services and will remain at home to isolate until being cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted yesterday. All nursing units were negative with the exception of our Clover Hill secured unit. 2 additional residents on the secured unit have tested positive for COVID. Due to the nature of those who reside on that secured unit and the total number of those COVID-positive exceeding the capacity of our COVID hallway, they will remain on Clover Hill on isolation. Group dining and activities will be suspended as we continue outbreak testing on this unit. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

One Independent Living resident who traveled out of town and contracted COVID is still isolating in their cottage under the care of their PCP. The Bistro remains open for in-person dining at this time and we will be delivering meals to the resident in isolation at no charge. Group activities and classes will continue in the Independent Living.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have INCREASED from 185 last week to 245 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 20%, which is up from 16% last week’s measurement. Check back here for the most current information on COVID testing and any operational updates including visitation. You can also get updates by calling our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

As always, thank you for keeping our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday), and we had two staff members test positive for COVID. One staff member works in our Health Care Center and the other in support services. Both staff will remain at home to isolate until being cleared to return by our medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Testing for residents in the Health Care Center was conducted both yesterday and today. All nursing units were negative with the exception of our Clover Hill secured unit. 14 residents on the secured unit have tested positive for COVID. Due to the nature of those who reside on that secured unit and the total number of those COVID-positive exceeding the capacity of our COVID isolation unit, they will remain on Clover Hill on room isolation. This plan was done in partnership with our local Health Department in conjunction with our medical staff. Group dining and activities will be suspended as we continue outbreak testing on this unit. Visitation will continue in the Health Care Center per CMS guidance on all units.

There are currently 3 residents on the COVID isolation unit, all of whom will complete their isolation period early next week.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living or Adult Day Center.

One Independent Living resident who traveled out of town has contracted COVID and will be isolating in their cottage under the care of their PCP. The Bistro remains open for in-person dining at this time and we will be delivering meals to the resident in isolation at no charge. Group activities and classes will continue in the Independent Living.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 247 last week to 185 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 16%, which is unchanged from last week’s measurement.

Finally, if you are planning to visit Lucy Corr on Monday July 4th, please be advised that the Chesterfield County Police will begin altering traffic patterns around the fairgrounds at 5pm to prepare for the free fireworks display. Entry to our campus will be altered and traffic will be slow and congested. We will have Deputies posted at our entrances to prohibit entry to anyone other than staff or resident family members and the parking lot to the health care center will be closing at 5pm. Please plan your visits accordingly and please be safe as you travel this holiday weekend.

As always, please keep our residents and caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, JUNE 27, 2022

On Saturday, June 25, one concierge staff member tested positive and is isolating at home and will remain there until being cleared to return by our Medical staff. We tested all staff today (Monday, June 27), and no one tested positive.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

When we retested Health Care Center residents today (Monday, June 27), no one tested positive. There are four residents who previously tested positive and are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center until they have completed their quarantine period. Some of these residents are experiencing mild symptoms while others are not experiencing any symptoms.

Group dining and group activities are being significantly limited in the Health Care Center as we conduct outbreak testing.

Visitation in the Health Care Center will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually as we manage this small COVID outbreak.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 237 last week to 185 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 16.64%.

Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday,  June 23), and we had one nursing staff member test positive in the Health Care Center and one assisted living staff member test positive. The staff members, who are vaccinated, will isolate at home and remain there until being cleared to return by our Medical staff.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

When we retested Health Care Center residents yesterday (Thursday, June 23), one resident on our Midlothian unit tested positive. Residents who have tested positive are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center until they have completed their quarantine period. Some of these residents are experiencing mild symptoms while others are not experiencing any symptoms. Currently we have four residents on the isolation unit upstairs.

Group dining and group activities are being significantly limited in the Health Care Center as we conduct outbreak testing.

Visitation in the Health Care Center will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually as we manage this small COVID outbreak.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 247 last week to 237 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 16.9%.

Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, June 20), and we had two nursing staff members test positive in the Health Care Center. The staff members, who are vaccinated, will isolate at home and remain there until being cleared to return by our Medical staff. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

When we retested Health Care Center residents yesterday (Monday, June 20), one resident on our Bermuda rehab unit tested positive. Residents who have tested positive are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center until they have completed their quarantine period. Some of these residents are experiencing mild symptoms while others are not experiencing any symptoms. Currently we have 9 residents on the isolation unit upstairs.

Group dining and group activities are being significantly limited in the Health Care Center as we conduct outbreak testing.

Visitation in the Health Care Center will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually as we manage this small COVID outbreak.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 247 last week to 237 this week. The percent of positivity this week in the county was 16.9%.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday), and we had three members in the Health Care Center test positive for COVID-19. Today, one staff member was tested outside the facility due to symptoms, and has tested positive for COVID. These four staff members are isolating at home. The three HCC staff members who tested positive last week are isolating at home and will come back to work when they are cleared by the Lucy Corr medical team. All staff are vaccinated at Lucy Corr.

There are currently no COVID positive residents in our Assisted Living, Independent Living, or Adult Day Center.

When we retested Health Care Center residents yesterday (Thursday), one resident on our Bermuda rehab unit tested positive. Residents who have tested positive are being cared for on our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center until they have completed their quarantine period. Some of these residents are experiencing mild symptoms while others are not experiencing any symptoms. Next week some of these residents will have completed their quarantine period and will return to their rooms when cleared by the Lucy Corr medical team. Of the 13 residents on the isolation unit 2 are unvaccinated.

Visitation in the Health Care Center will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually as we manage this outbreak. We are currently not accepting admissions to the Health Care Center so we may focus on the testing and treatment of our existing residents and our staff on quarantine. Group dining and group activities have been paused until further notice. We will retest all staff and Health Care Center residents next week.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 267 last week to 247 this week. The percent of positivity in Chesterfield County is 16.9%, down from 19.9% last week.

Please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2022

We tested all staff on Monday (June 13), and no one tested positive for COVID-19. The two Health Care Center staff members who tested positive last week are isolating at home. Today (June 14), we tested another Health Care Center staff member who was experiencing COVID symptoms, and they were positive. That staff member is now isolating at home.

When we retested residents last Thursday (June 9), one Health Care Center resident on Matoaca tested positive for COVID-19. The next day, Friday (June 10), we tested all Health Care Center residents, and two residents living on Bermuda and four residents living on Midlothian were positive for COVID-19. On Monday (June 13), we tested residents again and one Midlothian resident and two Bermuda residents were positive. We have suspended group dining and activities and isolated the residents that tested positive.

Visitation will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 267 last week to 247 this week. This is the second week of decreased COVID.

All staff at Lucy Corr are fully vaccinated.

We will be testing all staff again on Monday, June 13 and report back on these results.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2022

We tested all staff on Thursday (June 9), and no one tested positive for COVID-19. The two HCC staff members who tested positive earlier in the week are isolating at home.

We retested residents this week, and on Thursday (June 9) one HCC resident on Matoaca tested positive for COVID-19. On Friday (June 10), we tested all HCC residents, and two residents living on Bermuda and four residents living on Midlothian were positive for COVID-19. We are suspending group dining and group activities until we can test all residents and staff again on Monday (June 13).

Visitation will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually until results are back from Monday’s tests.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 308 last week to 267 this week. This is a welcome end to the previous six straight weeks of increased COVID.

All staff at Lucy Corr are fully vaccinated.

We will be testing all staff again on Monday, June 13 and report back on these results.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, June 9), and no one tested positive for COVID-19. The HCC staff member who tested positive earlier in the week is isolating at home. Another staff member, who worked in the Adult Day Center and HCC, also tested positive earlier in the week and is now isolating at home. We tested all ADC participants yesterday, and no one tested positive.

We retested residents this week and yesterday one HCC resident on Matoaca tested positive for COVID-19. We are testing all HCC residents today (Friday, June 10) and should have results back tomorrow (Saturday, June 11). In the meantime, out of an abundance of caution, we are suspending group dining and group activities until we get results back.

Visitation will continue, but we respectfully ask that you consider rescheduling your visit or visiting virtually until results are back.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 308 last week to 267 this week. This is a welcome end to the previous six straight weeks of increased COVID.

All staff at Lucy Corr are fully vaccinated.

We will be testing all staff again on Monday, June 13 and report back on these results.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered due to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2022

There are no residents in any level of care (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living) with COVID-19 at this time.

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday June 6,), and had one staff member test positive for COVID-19. That staff member works in the Health Care Center, is fully vaccinated, and will isolate at home.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases per 100,000 residents in the county have decreased from 308 last week to 267 this week. This is a welcome end to the previous six straight weeks of increased COVID.

All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered do to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2022

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living at this time. We currently have ONE resident in isolation for COVID on the Traditional side of our Assisted Living.

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday), and there were no positive test results. Both staff members who previously tested positive for the virus have returned to work. All staff at Lucy Corr are vaccinated.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week than last week – making it six straight weeks of increased COVID data.

If you are not feeling well please consider postponing your visit or allow us to set-up a virtual visit. Should any operational or visitation policies be altered do to COVID we will post it here and on our local information hotline at (804)-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 2022

Due to the Memorial Day holiday, we elected to test all staff for COVID on Tuesday, May 31. All staff tested were negative for COVID.

Currently there are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living. The Assisted Living has one resident in quarantine after testing positive for the virus last week. Out of an abundance of caution, all group dining and group activities are suspended in the Assisted Living. Residents were tested Tuesday and will test again tomorrow (Thursday, June 2).

Chesterfield County continues to post higher COVID transmissibility scores each week which drives CMS to rate the county as “RED”. We will continue to test all staff twice weekly per protocols and we will continue to ask all visitors to be screened before entering the Assisted Living or Health Care Center and all visitors must wear a mask when inside the buildings.

Please check back here for the latest on the COVID information and how that status may alter our visitation or operations. You can also call our local information hotline at 804-425-7522.

Thank you for keeping our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2022

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living at this time. We currently have ONE resident in isolation for COVID on the Traditional side of our Assisted Living. At this time group dining and group activities are still suspended in the Assisted Living to help prevent exposure. Visitation is open to all parts of our campus and all visitors will be screened by staff at entry and must wear a mask when inside the facilities around staff and residents.

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, May 26) and all Assisted Living residents and there were no positive test results. We do have two AL staff members out serving a period of quarantine due to testing positive for the virus last week. They may return once cleared by our medical team. All Lucy Corr staff are fully vaccinated.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week than last week – making it 5 straight weeks of increased COVID.

Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, COVID testing for all staff will be done the following day (Tuesday, May 31, at the regular testing times).

Check back here for updates on COVID and announcements for alterations to operations or you may call our information hotline at 804-425-7522. As always please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2022

There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living at this time.

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday, May 23), which resulted in two staff members testing positive for COVID. Both staff members are in shared services: one part-time Concierge who has not worked in the last ten days and one part-time companion who has been working in the Assisted Living for the last ten days. The two staff members who are COVID positive will remain at home on quarantine until they are cleared to return by our medical staff. All other staff were negative for the virus. All Lucy Corr staff on campus are fully vaccinated.

Our Assisted Living (AL) retested all residents again yesterday (Monday, May 23) and there was one new COVID positive resident. The previous AL residents who tested positive have completed their period of isolation. Group meals and group activities continue to be suspended and we will retest all AL residents and staff this Thursday (May 26).

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week than last week – making it five straight weeks of increased COVID.

Check back here for updates or you may call our local information hotline at 804-425-7522. Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2022

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday, May 19) and all staff were negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living at this time.

Our Assisted Living retested all residents again yesterday (Thursday) and there were no new COVID positive results. The 3 AL residents who tested positive on Monday, 5/2/22 have completed their required isolation period. However, we do have 3 other AL residents who are still in their quarantine period. We currently have 2 AL staff who are at home isolating after testing positive for the virus last week. Group meals and group activities continue to be suspended in the AL during this period of outbreak testing.

All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated as are an overwhelming number of our residents in all levels of care.

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week, but we are not seeing that drive COVID-related hospitalizations higher. All visitors and staff entering our Assisted Living or Health Care Facility will be screened for symptoms, fever, and exposure before entering the in-patient areas and all staff and visitors must wear mask when inside the facilities. If you don’t feel well please consider scheduling a virtual visit with your loved one or delaying your visit until your symptoms go away. We also encourage everyone to be vaccinated, especially if you are often with someone who is elderly or has a weakened immune system.

As always, we appreciate your continued thoughts and prayers for our residents and our caregivers.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2022

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week, but we are not seeing that drive COVID-related hospitalizations higher.

We tested all staff yesterday (Monday) and all staff were negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center or the Independent Living at this time.

Our Assisted Living retested all residents again Monday and there were no new COVID positive results. The 3 AL residents who tested positive on Monday, 5/2/22 have completed their required isolation period. However, we do have 3 other AL residents who are still in their quarantine period. AL staff are tested daily and today we did have one nursing staff member test positive for the virus. That staff member has not worked the previous two days and will quarantine at home until cleared to return by our medical staff. Group meals and group activities continue to be suspended in the AL during this period of outbreak testing.

All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated as are an overwhelming number of our residents in all levels of care. As always, please check back here for the latest on our COVID status as well as any changes to our operations or visitation protocols. You are also welcome to call our local information hotline at 804-425-7522. Please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week, but we are not seeing that drive COVID-related hospitalizations higher.

We tested all staff yesterday (Thursday) and all staff were negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive in the Health Care Center at this time.

Our Assisted Living retested all residents again today and no new COVID positive results were found. The 3 AL residents who tested positive on Monday, 5/2/22 have completed their required isolation period. However, we do have 3 other AL residents who are still in their quarantine period. Residents as staff will retest Monday. Group meals and group activities are suspended in the AL during this period of outbreak testing.

One of our Independent Living residents was diagnosed with COVID last week has completed their quarantine period and no other residents in the IL have tested positive. Presently the Bistro remains open for meals and group activities at this time and no future COVID testing is scheduled at this time.

All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated as are an overwhelming number of our residents in all levels of care. We want to thank those of you who received your boosters during our Pfizer vaccine clinic the last week in April.

I hope you have enjoyed the photos on social media of our fantastic National Nursing Home Week celebrations.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MAY 10, 2022

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. Cases in the county are higher again this week, but we are not seeing that drive COVID-related hospitalizations higher.

We tested all staff yesterday and all staff were negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive in the Health Care Center at this time.

We had another resident in our Assisted Living test COVID positive yesterday. There are now 5 residents on the traditional side of AL who are on isolation for COVID. All 5 are vaccinated. Three of these five residents will conclude their isolation at the end of this week. We continue to test all AL residents and staff more than twice weekly. Group meals and group activities are temporarily suspended in the AL.

One of our Independent Living residents was diagnosed with COVID last week and that individual (who is also vaccinated) is isolating in their apartment. Testing for IL residents occurred last Thursday, May 5th, with no COVID positive results among those who agreed to be tested. We retested those IL residents again this week just to be on the safe side and all remain negative for the virus. Presently the Bistro remains open for meals and group activities at this time.

All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated as are an overwhelming number of our residents in all levels of care. We want to thank those of you who received your boosters during our Pfizer vaccine clinic the last week in April.

Check back here or call 804-425-7522 for our info hotline to stay up to date on our testing results and any changes to our operations due to COVID.

Have a great National Nursing Home Week and check out our pictures on Facebook.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2022

Chesterfield County is still rated RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. The number of total Chesterfield citizens who have tested positive has grown quickly over the last two weeks. We continue to test all staff for COVID twice weekly. All staff testing yesterday (Thursday, May 5th) was negative for COVID. There are no COVID positive residents in the Health Care Center.

We have 4 residents in our Assisted Living who are on isolation for COVID. Three were diagnosed on Monday, May 2nd, and one additional positive occurred yesterday. There are also 4 AL staff members who were diagnosed on Monday with COVID who are isolating at home. We continue to test the AL residents and staff more than twice weekly in an effort to cast a better net to catch the virus as it tries to spread. Group meals and group activities are temporarily suspended in the AL.

One of our Independent Living residents was diagnosed with COVID this week and they are isolating in their apartment. Testing for IL residents occurred yesterday with no COVID positive results among those who agreed to be tested. The Bistro remains open for meals and group activities at this time.

All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated as are an overwhelming number of our residents in all levels of care. We want to thank those staff and residents who received boosters during last week’s Pfizer vaccine clinic and encourage you to make good choices this Mother’s Day weekend now that you know that the virus is very prevalent in Chesterfield County.

We have, despite all things, enjoyed Nurses Week and we are all looking forward to National Nursing Home Week starting Monday May 9.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2022

Chesterfield County remains rated as RED by CMS for COVID transmissibility. This past reporting period, the county has seen a near doubling of the number of cases per 100,000. It is due to this CMS rating that Lucy Corr continues to test all staff twice weekly.

Today’s testing for staff was negative with the exception of two members of our team who work in the Assisted Living. These two staff members (one clinical and the other dining services) will quarantine at home until our medical team clears them to return to work. Both staff members are fully vaccinated.

Due to the exposure of these staff members, we tested all our residents in the Assisted Living. The three residents, who are fully vaccinated, have tested positive from rapid tests. We have submitted their samples to our lab for a PCR result, which we should have Tuesday afternoon (May 2, 2022). Regardless of those results, we have made the following changes to our operations in the Assisted Living:

  • All three potentially positive residents are in isolation in their apartments and we have requested anti-viral medications for them to start if they are verified COVID positive by the lab. Their families have been notified along with their physicians.
  • Group dining and activities have been suspended for all residents until further notice.
  • Assisted Living residents and staff will be tested daily for COVID.
  • We have asked that COVID positive residents delay visits with family and opt for virtual visits. While visitation is not prohibited in the Assisted Living during an outbreak, we are informing visitors of the latest update so that they may make their own decisions for themselves and their loved one regarding visitation.

Since no other staff on campus has tested positive (and there is no COVID anywhere other than the Assisted Living), normal operations are continuing overall on the Lucy Corr campus.

We will be COVID testing all staff again this Thursday (May 5, 2022). Visitation continues as usual – with screening at our points of entry for fever and COVID exposure, and the requirement to wear a mask if you are visiting someone in the Health Care Center.

Please check back here or call our local information hotline at 804-425-7522 for the latest on our COVID status and any visitation or operational changes.

As always, please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

– Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2022

Chesterfield County continues to be coded by CMS as RED for COVID transmissibility. We continue to COVID test our staff twice weekly, and we are pleased to report that testing yesterday (Thursday 4/28/2022) was again negative for COVID. We are also pleased that presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated, and we continue to wear K-N95 masks when in resident care areas. We are continuing to screen all visitors for fever and symptoms/exposure before they visit, and we are still requiring all visitors to wear a source control mask when inside the facility.

We held a booster vaccine clinic this week (on April 27th) and we vaccinated/booster over 200 eligible residents and staff. If you have not been vaccinated we encourage you to do so.

Check back here for the most up-to-date information on our COVID-status, operational adjustments, and visitation status. You may also call our local information hotline at 804-425-7522.

Happy National Arbor Day!  Hope you enjoy the weekend. And as always, please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2022

Chesterfield County continues to be coded by CMS as RED for COVID transmissibility. We continue to COVID test our staff twice weekly and we are pleased to report that testing yesterday (Monday 4/25/2022) was again negative for COVID. We are also pleased that presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID. All Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated and we continue to wear K-N95 mask when in resident care areas. We are continuing to screen all visitors for fever and symptoms/exposure before they visit and we are still requiring all visitors to wear a source control mask when inside the facility.

We are looking forward to our Vaccine Booster Clinic that will be held on April 27th from 10am until 1pm on our campus for all residents and staff who are eligible. We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. If your loved on resides in the Assisted Living or the Nursing Center you will be contacted by our staff for permission to give the booster (if your loved one is eligible). Check back here for the most up-to-date info on the clinic and all things COVID or you can call our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2022

Chesterfield County continues to be coded by CMS as RED for COVID transmissibility. We are pleased that the number of county citizens testing positive continue to be low, but it has not dropped low enough to alter the transmission rating yet. We continue to test our staff twice weekly and we are pleased to report that testing yesterday (Thursday 4/21/22) was negative for COVID. We are also pleased that presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

The continued risk of COVID is why all Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated and are wearing K-N95 masks when in resident care areas. It is also why we are screening all visitors for fever and symptoms/exposure before they visit and we are still requiring all visitors to wear a source control mask when inside the facility.

We are hosting a COVID vaccine booster clinic on April 27th from 10am until 1pm on our campus for all residents and staff who are eligible. We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. If your loved on resides in the Assisted Living or the Nursing Center you will be contacted by our staff for permission to give the booster (if your loved one is eligible). Check back here for the most up-to-date info on the clinic and all things COVID or you can call our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2022

Chesterfield County continues to be coded by CMS as RED for COVID transmissibility. We are pleased that the number of county citizens testing positive continue to be low, but it has not dropped low enough to alter the transmission rating yet. We continue to test our staff twice weekly and we are pleased to report that testing yesterday (Monday 4/18/22) was negative for COVID. We are also pleased that presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

The continued risk of COVID is why all Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated and are wearing K-N95 masks when in resident care areas. It is also why we are screening all visitors for fever and symptoms/exposure before they visit and we are still requiring all visitors to wear a source control mask when inside the facility.

We are hosting a COVID vaccine booster clinic on April 27th from 10am until 1pm on our campus for all residents and staff who are eligible. We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. If your loved on resides in the Assisted Living or the Nursing Center you will be contacted by our staff for permission to give the booster (if your loved one is eligible). Check back here for the most up-to-date info on the clinic and all things COVID or you can call our local hotline at 804-425-7522.
Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022

Chesterfield County continues to be coded by CMS as RED for COVID transmissibility. We are pleased that the number of county citizens testing positive continue to be low, but it has not dropped low enough to alter the transmission rating yet. We continue to test our staff twice weekly and we are pleased to report that testing yesterday and on Monday were negative for COVID. We are also please that presently we do not have any residents on campus with COVID.

This week we did have a nursing student/graduate test positive outside our campus. This individual has not yet started work with any residents or started any training on the units. However, they were onsite with our Human Resources staff recently, and we will retest those team members more frequently over the next few days due to the possibility of exposure. We would rather be safe than sorry as we know the Omicron BA.2 sub-variant is prevalent in the northern part of Virginia and will likely make its presence known here in the next few weeks.

The continued risk of COVID is why all Lucy Corr staff are vaccinated and are wearing K-N95 masks when in resident care areas. It is also why we are screening all visitors for fever and symptoms/exposure before they visit and requiring all visitors to wear a source control mask.

We are hosting a COVID vaccine booster clinic on April 27th from 10am until 1pm on our campus for all residents and staff who are eligible. We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. If your loved on resides in the Assisted Living or the Nursing Center you will be contacted by our staff for permission to give the booster (if your loved one is eligible). Check back here for the most up-to-date info on the clinic and all things COVID or you can call our local hotline at 804-425-7522.

We wish you a Happy Easter weekend and encourage you to be mindful if you are celebrating around friends or family because COVID is still out there and it is still harmful to those who are older or have other chronic medical conditions.

Please keep our residents and staff in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2022

We completed COVID testing of all staff Monday (yesterday), and we are very glad to report there were no staff positive for the virus. We are equally pleased to pass along that there are currently no residents on campus in any level of care with COVID. All staff are vaccinated.

The number of cases and hospitalizations in Chesterfield County has continued to decline each week, however the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has the county at “RED” for transmissibility. This week, there were 73 COVID cases per 100,000 Chesterfield residents, and at that ratio/rate, our county is rated RED. Nursing facility protocols for the RED require that team members are tested for COVID twice weekly and must wear K-N95 or better masks and eye/face protection when in residential areas.

The CDC relaxed mask and social distancing rules for the public at the end of February, however, healthcare providers were not included in those changes. Every staff member, vendor, or visitor coming to our in-patient facilities must still be screened for fever, screened for exposure, and issued a non-cloth mask for source control that must be worn properly.

Two weeks ago, the Biden administration announced it was going to recommend that a second COVID vaccine booster be approved for those over age 50 and anyone else 18 and older who had immune-compromised conditions. At this point, an additional booster is recommended only if it has been more than four months since a person received their last booster. We are waiting to set up our Booster Clinic pending a date from the Department of Health. Once we have a plan in place, we will communicate that here and on our local phone information hotline — 804-425-7522. The facility leadership will also reach out to the families of our residents to inquire if they wish to have their loved one receive this additional booster.

Again, thank you for your patience as we navigate these new recommendations, and as always we appreciate your thoughts and prayers for our residents and our fabulous staff.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2022

We completed COVID testing of all staff yesterday, and we are very glad to report there were no staff positive for the virus. We are equally pleased to pass along that there are currently no residents on campus in any level of care with COVID. All staff are vaccinated.

The number of cases and hospitalizations in Chesterfield County has continued to decline each week, however the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) still has the county at “RED” for transmissibility. Rather than use the previous measure of the number of positive COVID tests in the county, CMS now uses the number of cases per 100,000 people who reside in a county. This week, there were 133 COVID cases per 100,000 Chesterfield residents, and at that ratio/rate, our county remains RED. Nursing facility protocols for the RED and ORANGE levels are identical, which requires that team members are tested for COVID twice weekly and must wear K-N95 or better masks and eye/face protection when in residential areas.

The CDC relaxed mask and social distancing rules for the public at the end of February, however, healthcare providers were not included in those changes. Every staff member, vendor, or visitor coming to our in-patient facilities must still be screened for fever, screened for exposure, and issued a non-cloth mask for source control that must be worn properly.

Last week, the Biden administration announced it was going to recommend that a second COVID vaccine booster be approved for those over age 50 and anyone else 18 and older who had immune-compromised conditions. At this point, this additional booster is recommended only if it has been more than four months since a person received their last booster. We are beginning the process to engage our Medical Director and Clinical Leadership to determine how we will facilitate access to the booster for those residents and staff who wish to receive them. Previously we have partnered with outside pharmacy providers and the local health department to do on-site clinics. Once we have our partners and plans in place we will communicate that here and on our local phone information hotline — 804-425-7522. The facility leadership will also reach out to the families of our residents to inquire if they wish to have their loved one receive this additional booster.

Again, thank you for your patience as we navigate these new recommendations, and as always we appreciate your thoughts and prayers for our residents and our fabulous staff.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2022

We completed COVID testing of all staff yesterday and we are very glad to report there were no staff positive for the virus. We are equally pleased to pass along that there are currently no residents on campus in any level of care with COVID. All staff are vaccinated.

The number of cases and hospitalizations in Chesterfield County has continued to decline each week, however the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) still has the county at “RED” for transmissibility. Rather than use the previous measure of the number of positive COVID tests in the county, CMS now uses the number of cases per 100,000 people who reside in a county. This week, there were 133 COVID cases per 100,000 Chesterfield residents, and at that ratio/rate, our county remains RED. Nursing facility protocols for the RED and ORANGE levels are identical, which requires that team members are tested for COVID twice weekly and must wear K-N95 or better masks and eye/face protection when in residential areas.

The CDC relaxed mask and social distancing rules for the public at the end of February, however, healthcare providers were not included in those changes. Every staff member, vendor, or visitor coming to our in-patient facilities must still be screened for fever, screened for exposure, and issued a non-cloth mask for source control that must be worn properly.

Last week, the Biden administration announced it was going to recommend that a second COVID vaccine booster be approved for those over age 50 and anyone else 18 and older who had immune-compromised conditions. At this point, this additional booster is recommended only if it has been more than four months since a person received their last booster. We are beginning the process to engage our Medical Director and Clinical Leadership to determine how we will facilitate access to the booster for those residents and staff who wish to receive them. Previously we have partnered with outside pharmacy providers and the local health department to do on-site clinics. Once we have our partners and plans in place we will communicate that here and on our local phone information hotline — 804-425-7522. The facility leadership will also reach out to the families of our residents to inquire if they wish to have their loved one receive this additional booster.

Again, thank you for your patience as we navigate these new recommendations, and as always we appreciate your thoughts and prayers for our residents and our fabulous staff.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2022

We completed our twice weekly COVID testing of all staff yesterday and we are very glad to report there were no staff positive for the virus. We are equally pleased to pass along that there are currently no residents on campus in any level of care with COVID. All staff are vaccinated.

The number of cases and hospitalizations in Chesterfield County has continued to decline each week, however the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) still has the county at “RED” for transmissibility.  Rather than use the previous measure of the number of positive COVID tests in the county, CMS now uses the number of cases per 100,000 people who reside in a county. This week, there were 280 COVID cases per 100,000 Chesterfield residents, and at that ratio/rate, our county remains RED. Nursing facility protocols for the RED and ORANGE levels are identical, which requires that team members are tested for COVID twice weekly and must wear K-N95 or better masks and eye/face protection when in residential areas.

Regardless of the CMS transmissibility rating, and even the CDC relaxing the mask and social distancing rules for the public, healthcare providers were not included in those changes. Every staff member, vendor, or visitor coming to our in-patient facilities must still be screened for fever, screened for exposure, and issued a non-cloth mask for source control that must be worn properly.

This week, the Biden administration announced it was going to recommend that a second COVID vaccine booster be approved for those over age 50 and anyone else 18 and older who had immune-compromised conditions. At this point, this additional booster is recommended only if it has been more than four months since a person received their last booster. The FDA soon released its support of that policy and we are beginning the process to engage our Medical Director and Clinical Leadership to determine how we will facilitate access to the booster for those residents and staff who wish to receive them. Previously we have partnered with outside pharmacy providers and the local health department to do on-site clinics. Once we have our partners and plans in place we will communicate that here and on our local phone information hotline — 804-425-7522. The facility leadership will also reach out to the families of our residents to inquire if they wish to have their loved one receive this additional booster.

Again, thank you for your patience as we navigate these new recommendations, and as always we appreciate your thoughts and prayers for our residents and our fabulous staff.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2022

All staff COVID testing on Monday, March 28, 2022 was again negative for the virus. Lucy Corr staff are fully vaccinated and there are no COVID-positive residents on campus at this time.

CMS continues to have Chesterfield County in the “RED” for COVID transmissibility data this week, therefore we will continue our testing and COVID protocols which include staff testing twice weekly.

Visitors to campus, just like all staff and vendors, must be screened before entry and wear a mask while inside the facilities. Even though mask and social distancing protocols have been relaxed by the CDC for the general public, healthcare providers like us were NOT included in that guidance. Please be patient with our staff when you visit to allow us to follow the CMS rules for our licensure – the last thing we need is a fine from CMS because they inspect us unannounced and find visitors not following the infection control protocols for COVID.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2022

All staff COVID testing on Thursday, March 24, 2022 was again negative for the virus. Lucy Corr staff are fully vaccinated and there are no COVID-positive residents on campus at this time. Due to CMS protocols, we will continue to test all staff twice weekly.

Visitors to campus, just like all staff and vendors, must be screened before entry and wear a mask while inside the facilities. Even though mask and social distancing protocols have been relaxed by the CDC for the general public, healthcare providers like us were NOT included in that guidance. Please be patient with our staff when you visit to allow us to follow the CMS rules for our licensure – the last thing we need is a fine from CMS because they inspect us unannounced and find visitors not following the infection control protocols for COVID.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2022

All staff COVID testing on Monday, March 21, 2022 was again negative for the virus. Lucy Corr staff are fully vaccinated and there are no COVID-positive residents on campus at this time.

CMS has released the COVID transmissibility data this week and I am pleased to report that Chesterfield’s percent of positive COVID testing in at 3.5% which is the lowest level we’ve seen in many months. However, the community transmission rating from CMS for the county still has us as “RED”, therefore we must continue our testing and COVID protocols which include staff testing twice weekly.

Visitors to campus, just like all staff and vendors, must be screened before entry and wear a mask while inside the facilities. Even though mask and social distancing protocols have been relaxed by the CDC for the general public, healthcare providers like us were NOT included in that guidance. Please be patient with our staff when you visit to allow us to follow the CMS rules for our licensure – the last thing we need is a fine from CMS because they inspect us unannounced and find visitors not following the infection control protocols for COVID.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2022

All staff testing on Thursday, March 17, 2022 was free of any COVID-positive results. There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living). Our staff on campus are all vaccinated.
CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED”. We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield has now dropped to just over 5% – which is encouraging to see. However, due to the CMS rating for the county being RED, we are continuing to test staff twice weekly.
As you may already be aware, the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public. Please be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance. Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2022

All staff testing on Monday, March 14th, 2022 was free of any COVID-positive results. There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living).  Our staff on campus are all vaccinated.
CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED”. We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield has now dropped to just over 5% – which is encouraging to see. However, due to the CMS rating for the county being RED, we are continuing to test staff twice weekly.
On Friday, February 25th the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public. Please be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance. Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2022All staff testing on Thursday, March 10th, 2022 was free of any COVID-positive results. All staff here at Lucy Corr are full vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living).

CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED”. We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield has now dropped to 7%, which is encouraging to see. However, due to the CMS rating for the county being RED, we are continuing to test staff twice weekly.

On Friday, February 25th the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public. Please be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance. Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2022

All staff testing on Monday, March 7, 2022, was free of any COVID-positive results. All staff here at Lucy Corr are full vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living).

CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED”. We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield remains below 10% (after reaching a high of over 40% at the height of the Omicron wave of the virus). Due to the CMS rating for the county being red, we are continuing to test staff twice weekly.

On Friday, February 25th the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public. Please also be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance. Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents, their families, and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2022

All staff testing on Thursday, March 3rd, 2022, was free of any COVID-positive results.  All staff here at Lucy Corr are full vaccinated.
 
There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living).
 
CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED”.  We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield has finally dropped below 10% (after reaching a high of over 40% at the height of the Omicron wave of the virus.
 
On Friday, February 25th the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public.  Please also be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance.  Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2022

All staff testing on Monday, February 28, 2022, was free of any COVID-positive results. All staff here at Lucy Corr are full vaccinated.

There are currently no COVID-positive residents in any line of service on campus (Health Care, Assisted Living, Adult Day, or Independent Living).
 

CMS still rates Chesterfield County COVID transmission as “RED. We see the percent of positivity in Chesterfield has finally dropped below 10% (after reaching a high of over 40% at the height of the Omicron wave of the virus.

On Friday, February 25th the CDC issued new protocols for masking and social distancing for the general public. Please also be aware that health care providers (like hospitals and nursing facilities) were not included in the “relaxed” guidance. Our visitation protocols are unchanged and we will still be screening both visitors, vendors, and staff as well as using source control and all infection control protocols until further notice.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2022

Twice weekly testing of all staff for COVID resulted in no positive test results.  This includes the testing on Thursday, 2/24/22.
 
There are no COVID-positive residents in our Assisted Living building or in the Springdale Independent Living apartment/cottages. 
 
Although CMS still has Chesterfield County in the RED for COVID transmission, we are encouraged that the percent of positivity has finally dropped to 12% in this week’s measurement period. If you recall, it was above 40% at the height of the Omicron wave.
If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2022

We are pleased to pass along that no staff tested positive for COVID on Monday, February 21st. We continue to test staff weekly due to CMS transmissibility rating for Chesterfield still being “RED”. Although this is the rating the county has been for months now, we are seeing the percent of positive testing continue to drop. On Monday the percentage was just over 12%, down from 28% a month ago, and a high of over 40% during Omicron’s peak.

All staff at Lucy Corr are fully vaccinated and we continue to have no COVID positive residents on campus.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2022

We are pleased to update everyone that we had no staff test positive for COVID yesterday.  There have not been any COVID positive residents or staff for more than two weeks.

CMS still has Chesterfield County at “RED” levels for transmissibility which dictates that we continue to test staff twice weekly.  All staff are fully vaccinated at Lucy Corr.  The percent of positive testing in the county dropped to 16% this week, down from 22% last week.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2022

We continue to do twice weekly testing for all staff and we are very pleased to report that Thursday’s testing uncovered no COVID-positive staff.  All Lucy Corr staff are fully vaccinated.
The residents who are on the 2nd floor of the Health Care Center were also tested twice for COVID this week (as we conduct continued “outbreak” testing) and no residents were positive for the virus.  The one resident who was being cared for on our isolation unit has returned to her normal room and we have, for now, closed the isolation unit.
There continue to be no cases of COVID among our residents in the Assisted Living, the Adult Day Center, or the Independent Living cottages/apartments.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2022

We are pleased to update you that no staff tested positive for COVID during Monday’s all-staff testing.  We did have a staff member last week test positive who worked in the Health Care Center, and because of that we tested residents who reside in both upstairs long term care units.  Fortunately, no residents tested positive for the virus – but we will retest them twice weekly going forward which is our protocol.  As a reminder, all staff here are fully vaccinated.

The COVID isolation unit currently has one resident from the Midlothian Unit and it is our expectation that they will discharge back to their normal room before the weekend.  We will continue to keep the isolation hallway set-up for use in case any new residents convert going forward.

CMS has Chesterfield County at 22% positive and rates our level of transmissibility as “RED”.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2022

We tested all staff on Monday, January 31, 2022 and all staff were negative for COVID-19.  Today we had one staff member report that they were not feeling well and we did a drive thru antigen test and it was positive.  We are awaiting the PCR confirmation test result but feel rather certain they are COVID positive.  This staff member will remain at home and isolate until cleared to return by our medical staff.  They are, like all of us, fully vaccinated.

CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity is 26.%.

We also tested residents living on the Midlothian Unit today, and one resident tested positive on an antigen test.  We are waiting for a PCR test confirmation from the lab but have moved that fully vaccinated resident to the isolation hallway to quarantine.

There are no COVID-positive residents in our Assisted Living building or in the Springdale Independent Living apartment/cottages.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2022

We tested all staff on Monday, January 31, 2022 and all staff were negative for COVID-19.  Today we had one staff member report that they were not feeling well and we did a drive thru antigen test and it was positive.  We are awaiting the PCR confirmation test result but feel rather certain they are COVID positive.  This staff member will remain at home and isolate until cleared to return by our medical staff.  They are, like all of us, fully vaccinated.

CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity is 26.%.

We also tested residents living on the Midlothian Unit today, and one resident tested positive on an antigen test.  We are waiting for a PCR test confirmation from the lab but have moved that fully vaccinated resident to the isolation hallway to quarantine.

There are no COVID-positive residents in our Assisted Living building or in the Springdale Independent Living apartment/cottages.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or around anyone who has COVID-like symptoms, please consider delaying your visit. Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

Please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers, it means more than you know.

— Derrick Kendall

 

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2022

We tested all staff on Thursday, January 27, and had two staff members test positive for COVID-19. Both individuals work in the Health Care Center, are fully vaccinated, and will isolate at home.

Most of our staff who had previously tested positive have returned to work (after completing their isolation period at home). CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity continued to be above 25%.

We also tested residents today and all residents were negative for COVID-19. Today the final resident will discharge from the COVID isolation unit back to their normal room and the COVID unit will be empty, for which we are very happy.

Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2022

We tested all staff on Monday, January 24, and all staff were negative for COVID-19. We still have a few staff who are off the schedule as they complete their isolation period and we expect those staff will be back at work later this week or early next week. We will continue to COVID-test twice weekly. CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity decreased from 32% to 28%.

We also tested residents living on the Midlothian Unit today and all residents were negative for COVID-19. There are currently two residents in our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center as of today.

There are no COVID-positive residents in our Springdale Independent Living apartment/cottages. We are reopening in-person dining in our Bistro restaurant tonight, January 24th.

Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 2022

We tested all staff on Thursday, January 20, and all staff were negative for COVID-19. We still have a few staff on quarantine from most of those staff will finish their quarantine and be back at work next week. We will continue to COVID-test twice weekly. CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity continued to be above 32%.

We also tested residents living on the Midlothian Unit today and all residents were negative for COVID-19. There are currently five residents in our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center as of today.

There are no COVID-positive residents in our Springdale Independent Living apartment/cottages. If there are no more exposures, we expect to reopen in-person dining in our Bistro restaurant on Monday evening January 24th.  This weekend IL residents will still have their Bistro meals delivered to their cottage or apartment with no delivery fee.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or someone who has symptoms, DO NOT ENTER our loading dock to ask for a test. Instead, call your supervisor to let them know and they can arrange a test outside the entry of the HCC, even on non-test days.

Please check here frequently for updates or you can use our info hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2022

Outbreak testing for all staff and residents was completed on Monday, January 17. One resident tested positive from our Midlothian Unit – as did 5 staff members. These 5 vaccinated staff members will be on isolation at home and will return once cleared by our medical team. There continue to be 10 residents in the HCC on the COVID isolation unit, and we are pleased that three of them were discharged back to their normal rooms today.

The Chesterfield County percent of positivity remains incredibly high this week at 33%. And, of course, CMS has us still in “RED” status. Due to the county positivity and our outbreak status, we will still be testing twice weekly for COVID until further notice.

Our 3 Independent Living residents with COVID have been released from their isolation status. We are still asking all IL residents to wear a mask when they are in public spaces and we have paused in-person dining in the Bistro as a precaution for another week.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or someone who has symptoms, please wait until you are feeling better or you are tested for the virus before entering the campus for a visit.

Thank you for helping us protect our residents and staff and please continue to keep Lucy Corr in your thoughts and prayers.
— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2022

Testing for all staff and residents stretched over both Monday and Tuesday, January 10th and 11th. We, like many hospitals and nursing facilities in the area, are now seeing vaccinated staff members test positive for COVID. We currently have just over a dozen staff members on quarantine from almost every department (Nursing, Dining, Therapy, and HR). Presently, we have nine vaccinated/boosted residents on our COVID isolation unit in the Health Care Center (one who was admitted from the hospital and the rest from our Midlothian Unit).

We will continue to COVID-test twice weekly. CMS has Chesterfield County at a RED level of COVID transmission, and this week the percent of positivity continued to be above 32%.

We welcomed back several staff members this week who had served their isolation period at home after testing positive for the virus in early January. We are anticipating the return of a several additional staff members by the end of this week.

There are three COVID-positive residents in our Independent Living apartment/cottages. These vaccinated residents are almost finished with their required period of isolation. In the meantime, we have paused in-person dining in our Bistro restaurant and will reevaluate when we may reopen. Independent Living residents are having their Bistro meals delivered to their cottage or apartment with no delivery fee.

If you are not feeling well or have been recently exposed to COVID, please do not visit our campus and facilities. While visitation is not paused at this time, there is wisdom in delaying your visit to campus while the Omicron variant of the virus is so prevalent in Chesterfield. There is also reason for caution due to how difficult it is for citizens to get tested for the virus. Again, if you have any cold-like symptoms, please do not visit our residents at this time and consider using a virtual visit.

As always, please keep our residents and our staff in your thoughts and prayers. Please check here frequently for updates or call our information hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2022

Testing on Thursday, January 6 of all staff revealed several COVID-positive staff which included therapy, dietary and nursing. As always, each of these individuals was vaccinated and each are now home observing the required period of isolation. It is our expectation that each person will fully recover.

The county is still at a RED level of COVID per CMS and this week our percent of positivity hit a new record, 37.6%! We will continue to do outbreak testing for residents and staff until we go 14-days without a new case of the virus.

Today we learned that there are two COVID-positive residents from the Midlothian neighborhood of the Health Care Center. These residents will be transferred to our COVID-19 Unit, which will reopen today.

There are also three COVID-positive residents in our Springdale Independent Living apartment and cottages. These residents are recovering at home, observing the required period of isolation.

If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or someone who has symptoms, DO NOT ENTER our loading dock to ask for a test. Instead, call your supervisor to let them know and they can arrange a test outside the entry of the HCC, even on non-test days.

Please check here frequently for updates or call our information hotline at 804-425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2022

Testing on Monday, January 3 of all staff revealed several COVID-positive staff members, which included maintenance, human resources, and nursing.  As always, each of these individuals was vaccinated and all are now home observing the required period of isolation.  It is our expectation that each person will fully recover. Several staff members who have previously tested positive have returned after testing negative for COVID and isolating for the required amount of time. We are glad to have them back to help us care for our residents.
Chesterfield County is still at a RED level of COVID per CMS, and this week Chesterfield’s percent of positivity hit a new record of 22%. We will continue to conduct outbreak testing for residents and staff until we have reached 14 days without a new case of COVID.
Presently, there are no COVID-positive residents in Assisted Living or the Health Care Center.
Today also marks the date set by CMS whereby all staff in hospitals and nursing homes must be fully vaccinated.  Sadly, being fully vaccinated is no guarantee that you won’t get Omicron/COVID, but has reduced the symptoms for many and protected from hospitalization.
If you are not feeling well or have been recently exposed to COVID, please do not visit our campus and facilities.
Please check here frequently for updates or call our information hotline at (804) 425-7522.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

2021

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2021

All-staff COVID testing on Thursday, December 30 included all residents in our Health Care Center (HCC). All residents tested negative for the virus.

We do have three additional staff members who have tested positive.  This brings the total number of staff with a positive test this week to 5. All staff members are vaccinated and have mild symptoms but must remain out of work on isolation until cleared to return to work my our medical team.

CMS defines any COVID-positive person on staff as an “OUTBREAK”. Therefore, we will be following their outbreak testing protocols. For staff, we will continue to test all staff on Mondays and Thursdays, which meets the CMS requirement for twice weekly testing. In addition to these tests, we will also be testing all HCC residents twice weekly until we 14 days has passed with no new cases of COVID.

At this time, no residents are COVID positive and residents are still permitted to have visitors. Residents who are fully vaccinated are not quarantined to their rooms. We encourage residents to wear a mask (if tolerated) when in public spaces and maintain physical distancing whenever possible.

CMS issued new guidance details on visitation, and we are currently working with our Medical Director on how to incorporate this new information into our existing visitation protocols – especially as the Omicron variant continues to drive infections in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. CMS does not prohibit visitation during an “outbreak” however, we are required to inform the public that we are in an “outbreak” testing phase, and therefore any visitors accept risk.

Omicron is spreading at a rapid pace in the community. Chesterfield County’s percent of positivity is over 16% now, and we are seeing cases in facilities all around us. If you are vaccinated you can still contract the virus and give it to others. If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or someone who has symptoms, please consider a virtual visit or simply delaying your visit until you are well or you have been tested.

Please check here frequently for updates or call our info hotline at 804-425-7522. As always, please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers – it means more than you know.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2021

All-staff COVID testing on Monday also included all residents on our Health Care Center (HCC) Bermuda Unit as we had a member of our clinical staff tested positive. The staff member is vaccinated, like all Lucy Corr staff, and is presently isolating at home and expects to make a full recovery. The staff member will return once cleared by our medical team. Last week CMS changed the return to work waiting periods and guidelines to give providers the flexibility to return vaccinated staff back to work sooner under new protocols.

CMS defines any COVID-positive person on staff as an “OUTBREAK”. Therefore, we will be following their outbreak testing protocols. For staff, nothing much will change as we continue to test all staff on Mondays and Thursdays which will meet the CMS requirement for twice weekly testing. What will be additional is we will test all HCC residents twice weekly until we go 14 days with no new cases of COVID.

At this time, no residents are COVID positive and residents are still permitted to have visitors. Residents who are fully vaccinated are not quarantined to their rooms. We do recommend residents be encouraged to wear a mask (if tolerated) when in public spaces and maintain physical distancing whenever possible.

CMS issued new guidance on visitation and we are working on with our Medical Director on how to incorporate this new information into our existing visitation protocols. CMS does not prohibit visitation during an “outbreak” however, we are required to let you know we are in an “outbreak” testing phase and you must accept that risk as part of your visit.

Omicron is spreading at a rapid pace in the community. Chesterfield County’s percent of positivity is over 16% now, and we are seeing cases in facilities all around us. If you are vaccinated you can still contract the virus and give it to others. If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to the virus or someone who has symptoms, please consider a virtual visit or simply delaying your visit until you are well or you have been tested.

Please check here frequently for updates or call our info hotline at 804-425-7522. As always please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers, it means more than you know.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2021

We are pleased to update you that twice-weekly testing of all staff yielded no COVID-positive results again this week. We are also thankful to all our residents who, almost without exception, received their Pfizer COVID vaccine booster over the last We tested all HCC staff for COVID this week on Monday and Thursday and continue to have no HCC-based COVID-positive results. As of December 6th, all Lucy Corr staff in all levels of care are either fully vaccinated or have completed one of the two shots necessary to be fully vaccinated.

The Omicron Variant of the virus is headed to Virginia. The CDC has issued warnings that Omicron is even more contagious than Delta. However, for the vaccinated who contract Omicron, the symptoms seem to be mild or they have no symptoms at all. We are working with our Medical Director to discuss how we may address a mass “asymptomatic outbreak” of Omicron – (where many staff/residents test positive but few have any symptoms). As we develop this plan we will share that information.

It is important we as we prepare for the Omicron Variant to arrive that our visitors refrain from coming to our campus if they are not feeling well or have any cold-like symptoms. It is also very important that visitors wear their mask properly during the entire time they visit. With all staff and 95% of all our residents being vaccinated, the highest risk for residents to get COVID comes from outside visitors.

Please check here for the latest updates or you may call our local hotline at (804) 425-7522. And as always, please keep our residents and our caregivers in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanitize the visitation areas before and after each visit.
  • During a visit, visitors are asked to limit their physical contact and practice physical distancing with residents and others.

For Lucy Corr staff:

  • Our staff members are constantly being monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Staff members have been educated on the process of self-reporting and are COVID tested frequently.
  • We are actively screening staff members before their shift as well as essential non-staff personnel and vendors, such as supply deliverers, emergency medical personal, transportation providers, and other service providers to help prevent any potential exposure or transmission of COVID-19.

VIRTUAL VISITS ENCOURAGED

Our Wi-Fi is available and free of charge for residents. If you provide your loved one with their own personal tablet or Wi-Fi device, they can connect with friends and families at any time, and not have to wait for our assistance.

If you are interested in providing your loved one with his/her own Wi-Fi device to use for virtual visiting, please keep the following mind:

  • The resident should be aware and responsible enough to handle and use the device properly. Lucy Corr will not be responsible for replacing a lost or broken device.
  • The device should be clearly labeled, in a permanent manner, with the resident’s name.
  • The device should include all necessary batteries, chargers, cords, etc.
  • The device should be pre-set with apps and account information so the resident can use it right away.
  • The device/app should be compatible with whatever device/app you will be using (ex: FaceTime requires an Apple device; other platforms like Zoom, Skype, Google-Hangouts, etc. will work with Android devices.)
  • The device should be from a reputable, well-known brand (like Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle/Fire or Samsung tablets).

Schedule a Virtual Visit

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS

For families of residents in our health care center, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker for any needs or questions. If you do not know your social worker’s name, our operator will assist you when you call.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of Lucy Corr’s management team by calling 804-748-1511.

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2021

We are pleased to update you that twice-weekly testing of all staff yielded no COVID-positive results again this week. We are also thankful to all our residents who, almost without exception, received their Pfizer COVID vaccine booster over the last 30-days. We are also thankful to our entire staff here at Lucy Corr for helping us become a fully-vaccinated workforce. We encourage you to get vaccinated if you have not and to also get your booster since the population we serve are at the greatest risk from the virus.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) transmissibility rating remains at its highest setting (RED) for Chesterfield County.

Visitation continues to be heavy week and I would like to again thank everyone on our staff, as well as those who visited, for their kindness and their patience.

For those visiting a loved one in the Health Care Center in a semi-private room, please be aware that you may be unable to have a visit in the room if the roommate is also present in the room at the same time. It is far more advisable to use one of our visitation areas to visit your loved one, and you are welcome to call ahead to reserve these areas. If you are in need of gaining access to a resident’s room, please reach out to your loved one’s Social Worker so that they can help coordinate with your loved one’s roommate.

Be safe and continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

— Derrick Kendall

SCHEDULING A VISIT

Due to staffing capabilities and sanitation requirements, we are currently requiring all visitors to make a reservation to visit with a loved one at Lucy Corr.

To streamline the process, we have transitioned to an online reservation system for both Virtual Visits and In-Person Visits. If you are interested in scheduling an visit, please click the button below that corresponds to the type of visit you would like to reserve:

Virtual Visit
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
In-Person Visit — Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Clover Hill (Memory Care)
Holiday In-Person Visitation: Health Care Residents in Midlothian, Matoaca and Dale

VISITOR SCREENING

Following the updated guidance from CMS, Lucy Corr has implemented the following precautions regarding visitors to our community:

For individuals outside of Lucy Corr:

  • On March 13, 2021, we resumed offering scheduled in-person visits per newly released CMS guidelines.
  • Visits must be by appointment only and we encourage they be held in a “common space” away from other residents.
  • Visits will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and are limited to two adults and no children under 12.
  • A staff member will be available to assist visitors and residents to support proper infection control.
  • All visitors must be screened by our staff for fever, respiratory/COVID symptoms, and be given PPE to wear to limit the exposure to our residents and staff.
  • Staff will sanit