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In addition to continuously monitoring and abiding by the recommendations put forth by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), each Asbury community’s visitation availability will be determined by the local counties infection rate percentage. Current infection rate for Blount County: 16.5%.
Screening & Masking
In line with the CDC and in light of the climbing COVID-19 positive case rates in Blount County, masks are required in community indoor common areas for all residents and guests at Asbury Place Maryville. This applies to all residents and guests, even those who are vaccinated. Associates will continue to be required to wear masks.
Family members or visitors will not need to screen in unless going into a public area at the community or to visit a resident in Assisted Living, Personal Care, Health Center or Skilled Nursing. Please note: Masks are required while traversing the community until arriving at the resident’s home.
All vendors planning to visit a community will continue to be required to screen in (including a temperature check) and wear a mask throughout the duration of their visit.
For those planning to visit when/where screening is required, please go here, https://bit.ly/AsburyEntryPass, to fill out the online screening form and then do the temperature check at the appropriate community entrance. (Chrome or Safari are the preferred web browsers; there have been issues reported when using Internet Explorer). If you do not have a smart device, an associate will read you the screening form. At our screening area, please complete a temperature check at our temperature kiosk. You must pass the screening and temperature check to continue on to the campus.
Visitation is permitted in Residential Living.
*Please Note: You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after the second dose of a two-dose vaccine (such as Pfizer or Moderna) or two weeks after the
single-dose vaccine (such as the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine).
Visitation is permitted in Assisted Living at any time and does not need to be scheduled in advance. However, we do ask that if there is a large group or special occasion that requires use of a common area space that visitors call in advance to notify staff to ensure the space is available.
Health Care Center
Visitation is permitted in the Health Care Center between 11:00AM to 7:30PM and must be scheduled in advance. To schedule a visit, please contact Diane Hutchinson at (865) 216-6726. Indoor visits are limited to 2 visitors at a time. If a larger group would like to come for a visit, we are able to schedule an outdoor visit.
Community Services & Amenities
The Bistro is currently closed for dining in, but phased reopening plans are being developed. Daily (M-F) menus continue to be provided for residents, offering a wide range of fresh meal options. Delivery is available if needed.
The Wellness Center is currently closed, but phased reopening plans are being developed. Walking trails are open! Exercise classes are being held several times a week other programs and events are being held via Zoom. Other outdoor fitness classes are being phased back in with appropriate distancing and masking, and we are scheduling one-on-one consultations. For a current schedule or more information call Rebekah Roberts, 865-738-2812, email@example.com
Residential Common Areas & Amenities
Mail & Online Grocery Delivery
Mail and Packages: Residents of our apartments and cottages are receiving mail and packages as usual. Packages for residents of our Health Care Center should be brought to our screening location on the ground floor and then will be delivered to the resident. Packages for Assisted Living residents may be dropped off at the Legacy AL Building in the front lobby; for Alpine/Beech on the porch area; staff will see that they are delivered. No homemade food may be dropped off at this time for any residents. Store bought in the original container is okay.
On-Campus Grocery Services: Limited groceries are available on our campus through our dining partner Sodexo. They can be billed to residents and picked up or delivered contact-free (if service desired) to their home. Please contact The Bistro to order groceries: 865-238-9090. Grocery orders need to be placed 24 hours in advance.
Testing is an important component of our COVID-19 prevention strategy. We are pleased to share some outstanding results for Asbury Place Maryville and the Asbury system. To date, Asbury has conducted just over 100,700 COVID-19 tests at our communities with a positivity rate of just 0.77 percent. This compares to a national positivity rate of 7.6 percent. At Asbury Place Maryville, we have conducted 20,931 tests with a positivity rate of just 0.9 percent.
Asbury Place Maryville underwent universal testing at our Health Care Center in late May and employees of our Health Care Center are being tested weekly per Governor Lee’s mandate.
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 our Infection Preventionist, Lori Tucker, RN immediately at 865-738-2802 so that we may begin contact tracing on campus.
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.