Asbury Methodist Village is proud to be part of Asbury Communities, an aging services provider with a 90-plus year legacy of redefining the expectations of aging. Providing a safe and healthy environment for those who work and live at our communities is our highest priority. Please scroll down to see details regarding Asbury Methodist Village’s operations. Asbury serves approximately 4,300 residents at our eight continuing care retirement communities and home care services agencies in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. To learn about Asbury’s COVID-19 response, vaccine updates and more, please click here.
Now offering: monoclonal antibody therapy at Wilson Health Care Center!
Asbury is committed to providing access to the COVID-19 vaccine for as many individuals as possible. See Asbury Communities CEO Doug Leidig’s update about these efforts.
Screening & Safety Measures: We all have a responsibility to support and protect each other. All persons entering our community will follow our screening procedure, which includes a temperature check and questionnaire. We have updated our screening process. Prior to your arrival, please go to this link, https://bit.ly/AsburyEntryPass, to answer our screening questions (Chrome or Safari are the preferred web browsers; there have been issues reported when using Internet Explorer). If you pass the screening, please continue onto the campus. At our screening area please follow the signage to take your temperature at our temperature kiosk. All residents, associates, and visitors are required to wear a mask on campus and to practice physical distancing.
Visitors to Residential Living
Residents may welcome guests to their home with no time limitations, including overnight visits. Please allow for 6 feet of physical distancing, and wear a mask whenever possible. Visitors must be screened if you are entering a building on our campus. If a visitor is going straight to a Villa or Courtyard Home you do not require screening. Masks are required in common areas of our community, and we ask that you avoid touching surfaces and practice 6-feet physical distancing, including one person to an elevator. Residents who leave the community for errands or day trips are required to follow our screening process upon return.
Day-to-day visitors must continue to go through our screening process, completing the online screening form and performing a temperature check upon arrival. As you will note on the screening form, if a visitor fails the screening, then they should leave the community immediately and inform the resident they were planning to see.
If you receive a visitor from outside of the state, excluding Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, or Delaware, we request that you quarantine for 14 days after the visitor departs. Per Governor Hogan, all visitors entering the state should test within 72 hours of arrival or upon arrival. Visitors should quarantine pending negative test results.
Out-of-State Visitors & Travel
We cannot restrict residential living residents from traveling, but we will require testing and quarantine upon your return in accordance with state and federal requirements and guidelines, and with our current policies. Please help us keep each other as safe as possible by staying close to home and not gathering in large groups. If a resident travels to, or receive an out-of-state visitor from, one of the states on the CDC’s watch list, please notify your concierge so you can be quarantined for 14 days afterward and receive testing within the recommended timeframe. Click here to access the CDC positivity rate by state. The resident should inform Stephanie Sabine (301-216-4337 or SSabine@Asbury.org), and follow the guidelines to get tested upon return and, no matter the result of the test, additionally to self-quarantine for 14 days. If the test comes back positive, the resident should also inform Stephanie so we can determine next steps and appropriate care.
Residents who spend more than 24-hours off campus or in the hospital are required to self-quarantine upon return. Residents who self-quarantine are required to remain in their home for 14 days. We are currently providing delivery service of packages and meals. For details about this process, contact Stephanie Sabine at 301-216-4337, SSabine@Asbury.org.
Visitors to Health Care Neighborhoods
Kindley Assisted Living: In-person visitation is suspended at this time. Window and virtual visits remain available by scheduled appointments. We will do our very best to accommodate your very important family time with your loved one. Families can continue to reach out to Ann Giaquinto for information or scheduling a window or virtual visit at 301-216-4305 or Andrea@Asbury.org.
Wilson Health Care Center: Virtual Visits are allowed; all in-person and window visits are postponed at this time. Approved visitors for select cases – such as for compassionate care – must go through our screening process, completing the online screening form and performing a temperature check upon arrival.
We appreciate your understanding and patience as we continue to prioritize resident safety. To schedule a virtual visit with your loved one, please contact the appropriate person below. If you have any questions please contact the appropriate person below. Do not hesitate to call with any questions or to request our assistance.
1st Floor Virtual Visit: Murvell Delpino, firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Floor Virtual Visit: Chenika Johnson, email@example.com
3rd Floor Virtual Visit: Natesha Williams, NaWilliams@asbury.org
4th Floor Virtual Visit: Karla Orellana Jones, KOrellana@Asbury.org
Wilson Nurse Floor Managers
Transitional Care 1st Floor, Izabel Magino, RN: 301-216-4040
2nd Floor, Hans Enow, RN: 301-216-4243
3rd Floor, Shola Adebusoye, RN: 301-216-4117
4th Floor, Gold Chichebem, RN: 301-216-4024
Community Services & Amenities
All Residential Living Dining Rooms and the Blue Note Bistro are temporarily closed for in-person dining; takeout and delivery options continue.
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day meals will all be delivery-only. Reservation forms for these holidays may still be completed and turned in for delivery orders. There will be no “dine-in”.
The Wellness Center and Pool are open by reservation and the Fitness Center is being used to hold small circuit-style classes. The campus grounds and the exercise stations around the pond are open. Many fitness classes, programs, clubs, and events available via our AVTV television station. In addition, fitness classes are being held for up to 10 people on Mondays and Wednesdays in the Community Rooms. For scheduling and information call Belinda Degboe at 301-987-6444, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Ancillary Gyms in our Apartments are open and Wellness team members will assist residents upon request. Residents will need to reserve gym time with each concierge, screen in at the Rosborough Center prior to the appointment, pick up a pass from the concierge prior to going to gym, and wipe down the equipment after use. Detailed instructions will be posted at each location. Concierges will begin taking reservations on Monday August 10th.
Asbury Television Studio (AVTV) and Programs
Residential Common Areas and Amenities
We are excited to welcome back a shopping shuttle beginning Monday, August 10. Shuttle available Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Maximum 7 passengers per bus. By reservation only – sorry, no exceptions. Call 301-216-4019 to make a reservation. Masks must be worn. Wipes, hand sanitizer recommended for store carts. Transportation services for residents of Kindley Assisted Living are limited to essential medical appointments.
Banking at Sandy Spring Bank is open for appointments Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please call 301-987-6104 to schedule. Residents must follow screening guidelines prior to their visit.
Computer Centers at Rosborough and Diamond are open. Residents must follow sanitizing procedures.
Ecumenical services are being televised on AVTV. Pastoral care calls and visits are ongoing.
Our virtual Farmer’s Market is open and delivers on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Contact ScenicViewOrchards.com to place an order.
Hair salons are open by appointment only, and residents must follow screening guidelines.
Housekeeping services are available through Asbury Methodist Village, 301-216-5484, or through external vendors. Visitor and screening guidelines must be followed for external vendors.
Gardens are open.
Keese School of Continuing Education lectures are being livestreamed via AVTV. Visit KeeseSchool.org for a schedule.
Libraries are open. Please follow sanitation, physical distancing, and masking protocols.
Meeting spaces are closed.
Rosborough Theater is closed. Movies and programs are available via AVTV.
Wildlife Preserve, trails and outdoor seating areas are open.
Wood Shops are open. Screening guidelines must be followed.
Campus Health Services & Clinics
Blood pressure checks are available through our partnership with Interim HealthCare at Asbury every Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon with the location rotating between the lower level of the Diamond building and the Apartment Center.
The Outpatient Physician Clinic in the Wilson Health Care Center is accepting appointments from all residents. Call 301-987-6282.
Interim HealthCare at Asbury provides in-home personal care services. Call 240-753-6100.
Asbury Home Health Services provides physician-prescribed home health services. Call 301-216-5697.
CVS Pharmacy delivers to residents’ doors and offers limited in-store service. Call 301-216-4372.
Holy Cross Health Partners at Asbury Methodist Village is seeing patients in-person and offering telehealth visits. Call 301-216-5800.
Rehab1st Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is open. Call 301-987-6170.
Mail, Packages & Groceries
Mail and Packages: Mail delivery is being handled as normal. For residential living, please use street address and apartment or house number. For Kindley Assisted Living and Wilson Health Care Center please use street address and suite number.
Online Groceries: For apartments, deliveries are made to the resident’s lobby. Courtyard Homes and Villa residents receive deliveries directly.
The Rosborough Shoppe is open Monday – Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for up to 5 residents at a time. A selection of fresh groceries and to-go meals are available for purchase with residents’ Point of Sale cards or credit cards. No cash accepted as part of our safety precautions. Grocery deliveries from the Shoppe are discontinued.
COVID-19 Testing Information
Testing is an important component of our COVID-19 prevention strategy. We are pleased to share some outstanding results for Asbury Methodist Village and the Asbury system. To date, Asbury has conducted just over 64,400 COVID-19 tests at our communities with a positivity rate of just 1 percent. This compares to a national positivity rate of 9.2 percent. At Asbury Methodist Village, we have conducted 21,031 tests with a positivity rate of just 0.8 percent.
Associates at Wilson Health Care Center and Kindley Assisted Living undergo weekly testing. Residents of Wilson Health Care Center and Kindley Assisted Living undergo testing as ordered by a physician and/or as instructed by the Maryland Department of Health.
Residential Living: A resident who believes they may have been exposed to COVID or is showing symptoms recognized by the CDC as being possible markers of COVID-19, should contact their physician for testing or visit a local testing center. Please also notify Stephanie Sabine at 301-216-4337 or email@example.com, so that we may begin immediate contact tracing.
Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing: Residents are monitored daily for any signs identified as potentially symptomatic of COVID-19 per CDC guidelines. Additional measures are implemented in line with Asbury’s system-wide infection-control algorithm, including quarantine in a specially designed area of the building.
Please visit our Vaccine Information page for details.
Sanitation and COVID-19 Risk Reduction
Asbury Methodist Village associates are cleaning and sanitizing common and activity areas routinely and have been provided with the appropriate cleaning and disinfecting supplies that provide the shortest kill time for viruses such as COVID-19. These professional-grade products are being used as much as possible by our trained teams, and we store them away appropriately when not in use. If you see additional cleaning supplies around the community in common areas, rest assured they are safe to use and we encourage you to do your part in assisting us in keeping common areas clean.
Cleanliness has always been a priority at Asbury communities, with dedicated maintenance and housekeeping departments ensuring that common areas are kept in good repair and regularly sanitized. With the advent of COVID-19, we quickly enhanced cleaning protocols and time-frames, and continue to monitor the effectiveness of our cleaning products for infection-control. Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout campus common areas, as well as signage addressing infection-control, physical distancing, and mask requirements. Learn more about our prevention and infection-control measures.
Reopening Plans and Strategy
The Asbury Communities Operations Team is working with community leadership teams to develop safe, phased reopening plans in line with public health and state guidelines. At all times, we follow science-based guidelines with resident safety as our highest priority. Residents and family members can expect regular email updates as we slowly reopen community services and areas.
Please see the CDC Guidelines on Large Events and Gatherings, which is informing our reopening strategy.
Asbury President & CEO Doug Leidig notes that “reopening is not like turning on a light switch. Think of it as slowly turning up a dimmer switch.” Senior communities such as ours lag for good reason behind these phased-in reopenings; we are guided by many different plans and requirements placed upon us by numerous federal, state and local agencies. We appreciate your continued understanding and patience as we work through this process safely together.
Main Reception/Gatehouse: 301-216-4001
Virtual Visit Coordinators: