Updates - Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Welcome

As the global effect of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, the safety and well-being of residents, participants, our team and our families remains our paramount focus. Immanuel has taken abundant proactive precautionary measures. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 identification, we have been on high alert monitoring this infectious disease.

Visit this page regularly for current information, protocols in place, visitor restrictions, resources and more.

Click HERE for recommendations from the CDC for safe gatherings

A message from Immanuel President and CEO, Eric Gurley—August 25, 2020

Update—March 2021

It’s a year into a global pandemic that changed nearly every aspect of how we serve seniors and we’re pleased to see a bright light at the end of the tunnel. This winter and spring, many of our communities and Pathways PACE® centers across Nebraska and Iowa have reopened once closed amenities like wellness services, life enrichment and our beloved dining rooms and onsite restaurants. 

While services continue to open, they do so safely as we remain adamantly committed to safe infection prevention practices throughout our 14 senior living and retirement living communities across Nebraska and Iowa. Our protocols, led by Dr. Fox, medical director, our onsite infection control and prevention specialists, and reviewed by state experts and governing health bodies, have been successfully keeping the COVID-19 virus from spreading and in some cases, have kept the virus out completely. 

We’re proud to be leading the way to protect the seniors we serve since first learning of this pandemic over a year ago. Beyond effective protocols, our seniors were among the first senior living residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through onsite clinics. And residents and staff at Immanuel Fontenelle received vaccines the day the 100 millionth vaccine was distributed, an historic event for the pandemic. 

Learn more about our reopening plans on the blog! 

Learn more about our phased reopening for Immanuel Signature Communities and Lifestyle Villages
(Immanuel Village, Lakeside, Lakeside Lofts, Pacific Springs, Trinity Village, Arboretum Village, The Landing, Yankee Hill Village and The Shores)

Learn more about our phased reopening for Immanuel Classic Courtyards
(Immanuel Courtyard, Trinity Courtyard Graceview Courtyard)

Learn more about our phased reopening at our care communities 
(Immanuel Fontenelle, The Lighthouse)

Learn more about our phased reopening at Immanuel Pathways Centers

Throughout this fluid situation we continue to work alongside local and state health care professionals, CMS, the Nebraska and Iowa state and area health departments and other governing bodies to review and make an abundance of proactive precautionary adjustments. 

Thank you for your ongoing understanding as we continue to heighten precautionary measures and respond to changes from our governing bodies.For additional information, please the resources section below and visit CDC’s coronavirus disease information page.

 

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Contact Directory

Immanuel Village - 402.415.2641
Immanuel Courtyard - 402.682.7173
Immanuel Fontenelle - 402.683.8929
Arboretum Village - 402.704.3626
Pacific Springs Village - 402.704.3543
Lakeside Village - 402.704.4871
Lakeside Lofts - 402.317.5994
The Lighthouse - 402.769.3540
Trinity Village - 402.704.8169
Trinity Courtyard - 402.512.8681
The Landing at Williamsburg Village - 402.413.7714
Yankee Hill Village - 402.218.4688
Graceview Courtyard - 712.201.5339
The Shores at Pleasant Hill - 515.303.3565

Immanuel Pathways Omaha - 402.999.4889
Immanuel Pathways Central Iowa - 515.207.6251
Immanuel Pathways Southwest Iowa - 712.227.4441

 

Trusted Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Pevention (CDC) Resources

Steps to Prevent Illness (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO) Resources

LeadingAge Resources

American Health Care Association Resources