Update: COVID-19 Information and Precautions

We know these are challenging times for you and your loved ones. Like you, our utmost concern is for the health and well-being of each of our patients and to ensure our staff is healthy and able to continue to care for patients. With that being said, we continue to take all necessary cautionary measures and are strictly adhering to and implementing all CDC recommendations and guidelines. We continue to also work with local and state agencies as we fight COVID-19. During this time we also recognize how important it is to keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we continue to meet the care needs of your loved ones while at our facility. As such, the facility will be providing updates of new developments as they take place on this page to keep you updated.


January 14, 2022

Please allow this communication to serve as notification that 3 or more of our residents and/or employees are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 within the last 72 hours. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and staff members.

We are encouraging both employees and residents to get vaccinated and receive the booster / additional dose for the covid-19 vaccines. They are offered through our pharmacy vendor and the local pharmacy stores.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensure the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.
It is highly recommended and in the best interest that temporarily visitations at this time will be high risk for exposure. We will keep you updated when it will best for visitations.

REVISED HEALTH OFFICER ORDER FOR COVID-10: 1/5/2022
DUE TO RAPIDLY INCREASING CASES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS THAT ARE IMPACTING SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES, PUBLIC HEALTH IS ENACTING FURTHER MEASURES TO PROTECT THE RESIDENTS AND STAFF IN THIS SETTING. SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO VERIFY A NEGATIVE SARS-CoV-2 TEST WITHING 48 HOURS FOR A PCR TEST OR WITHIN 24 HOURS FOR AN ANTIGEN TEST FOR INDOOR/OUTDOOR VISITS FOR ALL VISITORS REGARDLESS OF THEIR VACCINATION AND BOOSTER STATUS, INCLUDING CHILDREN TWO YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. CHILDREN FIVE YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF ALL RECOMMENDED COVID VACCINE DOSES.

Due to the facility’s current outbreak, visitations is a high risk.

In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
– In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting to assist with contact tracing if needed.
– All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure.

If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there are positive COVID cases in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility recommends window visits and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom).


January 13, 2022

Please allow this communication to serve as notification that 3 or more of our residents and/or employees are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 within the last 72 hours. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and staff members.

We are encouraging both employees and residents to get vaccinated and receive the booster / additional dose for the covid-19 vaccines. They are offered through our pharmacy vendor and the local pharmacy stores.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.
It is highly recommended and in the best interest that temporarily visitations at this time will be high risk for exposure. We will keep you updated when it will best for visitations.

REVISED HEALTH OFFICER ORDER FOR COVID-10: 1/5/2022
DUE TO RAPIDLY INCREASING CASES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS THAT ARE IMPACTING SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES, PUBLIC HEALTH IS ENACTING FURTHER MEASURES TO PROTECT THE RESIDENTS AND STAFF IN THIS SETTING. SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO VERIFY A NEGATIVE SARS-CoV-2 TEST WITHING 48 HOURS FOR A PCR TEST OR WITHIN 24 HOURS FOR AN ANTIGEN TEST FOR INDOOR/OUTDOOR VISITS FOR ALL VISITORS REGARDLESS OF THEIR VACCINATION AND BOOSTER STATUS, INCLUDING CHILDREN TWO YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. CHILDREN FIVE YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF ALL RECOMMENDED COVID VACCINE DOSES.

Due to the facility’s current outbreak, visitations is a high risk.

In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
– In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting to assist with contact tracing if needed.
– All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure.

If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there are positive COVID cases in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility recommends window visits and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom).


January 10, 2022

Please allow this communication to serve as notification that 3 or more of our residents and/or employees are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 within the last 72 hours. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting twice a week testing for residents and staff members.

We are encouraging both employees and residents to get vaccinated and receive the booster / additional dose for the covid-19 vaccines. They are offered through our pharmacy vendor and the local pharmacy stores.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.
It is highly recommended and in the best interest that temporarily visitations at this time will be high risk for exposure. We will keep you updated when it will best for visitations.

REVISED HEALTH OFFICER ORDER FOR COVID-10: 1/5/2022
DUE TO RAPIDLY INCREASING CASES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS THAT ARE IMPACTING SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES, PUBLIC HEALTH IS ENACTING FURTHER MEASURES TO PROTECT THE RESIDENTS AND STAFF IN THIS SETTING. SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO VERIFY A NEGATIVE SARS-CoV-2 TEST WITHING 48 HOURS FOR A PCR TEST OR WITHIN 24 HOURS FOR AN ANTIGEN TEST FOR INDOOR/OUTDOOR VISITS FOR ALL VISITORS REGARDLESS OF THEIR VACCINATION AND BOOSTER STATUS, INCLUDING CHILDREN TWO YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. CHILDREN FIVE YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF ALL RECOMMENDED COVID VACCINE DOSES.

Due to the facility’s current outbreak, visitation is a high risk.

In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
– In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting to assist with contact tracing if needed.
– All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure.

If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there are positive COVID cases in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility recommends window visits and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom).


January 7, 2022

Please allow this notification communication to serve as notification that 3 or more of our residents and/or employees are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 within the last 72 hours. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensure the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.

REVISED HEALTH OFFICER ORDER FOR COVID-10: 1/5/2022
DUE TO RAPIDLY INCREASING CASES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS THAT ARE IMPACTING SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES, PUBLIC HEALTH IS ENACTING FURTHER MEASURES TO PROTECT THE RESIDENTS AND STAFF IN THIS SETTING. SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO VERIFY A NEGATIVE SARS-CoV-2 TEST WITHING 48 HOURS FOR A PCR TEST OR WITHIN 24 HOURS FOR AN ANTIGEN TEST FOR INDOOR/OUTDOOR VISITS FOR ALL VISITORS REGARDLESS OF THEIR VACCINATION AND BOOSTER STATUS, INCLUDING CHILDREN TWO YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. CHILDREN FIVE YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF ALL RECOMMENDED COVID VACCINE DOSES. Due to the facility’s outbreak, outdoor visitations is highly recommended.

In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
– In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting in order to assist with contact tracing if needed.
– All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility.

All general visitors must demonstrate proof of one of the following prior to visitations regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status, the resident’s vaccination status, or the facility’s outbreak status as per the revised “Order of the Health Officer for Control of COIVD-19: Prevention of COVID-19 Transmission in Skilled Nursing Facilities” issued January 5, 2022:
– A negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 48 hours prior to entry; OR
– A negative FDA-approved point-of-care COVID-19 antigen test result taken within 24 hours prior to entry; OR
– Recovery from a previous COVID-19 infection ≤90 days (i.e. their positive COVID-19 antigen or PCR test result on a sample taken within the last 90 days, but not within the last 10 days, prior to the day of entry).

If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there are positive COVID cases in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.


January 2, 2022

Please allow this notification communication to serve as notification that 3 or more of our residents and/or employees are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 within the last 72 hours. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.
At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.
Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.
We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.
At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.
Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.
Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.
In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
  • In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting in order to assist with contact tracing if needed.
  • All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.
The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility.
All general visitors must demonstrate proof of one of the following prior to entering the facility for indoor visits regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status, the resident’s vaccination status, or the facility’s outbreak status as per the revised “Order of the Health Officer for Control of COIVD-19: Prevention of COVID-19 Transmission in Skilled Nursing Facilities” issued Dec 3, 2021:
  • A negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to entry; OR
  • A negative FDA-approved point-of-care COVID-19 antigen test result taken within 24 hours prior to entry; OR
  • Recovery from a previous COVID-19 infection ≤90 days (i.e. their positive COVID-19 antigen or PCR test result on a sample taken within the last 90 days, but not within the last 10 days, prior to the day of entry).
If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there is a positive COVID case in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.


December 30, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident and 1 employee have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

At present, residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is in contact with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center will have a designated covid-19 unit. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center will have vulnerable residents who are covid+ and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is inside the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment.

In addition, the following apply to all visitors, of SNFs in Los Angeles County:
– In a visitor log, visitors should document their name, contact information, and locations within the facility premises they are visiting in order to assist with contact tracing if needed.
– All visitors should be instructed to notify the facility if they develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms and/or have a positive test within 14 days of visiting the facility. Facilities should take all necessary actions including infection control precautions based on findings.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility.

All general visitors must demonstrate proof of one of the following prior to entering the facility for indoor visits regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status, the resident’s vaccination status, or the facility’s outbreak status as per the revised “Order of the Health Officer for Control of COIVD-19: Prevention of COVID-19 Transmission in Skilled Nursing Facilities” issued Dec 3, 2021:
– A negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to entry; OR
– A negative FDA-approved point-of-care COVID-19 antigen test result taken within 24 hours prior to entry; OR
– Recovery from a previous COVID-19 infection ≤90 days (i.e. their positive COVID-19 antigen or PCR test result on a sample taken within the last 90 days, but not within the last 10 days, prior to the day of entry).

If you choose to visit at your own risk knowing there is a positive COVID case in the facility, please notify us if you develop signs and symptoms of COVID or have a positive COVID test.

The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.


December 28, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19 outside of our facility from another facility. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.
Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensure the safety of your loved ones and our employees.
The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.
County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued an Order Of The Health Officer on December 3, 2021. Effective WEDNESDAY, December 15, 2021, all Skilled Nursing Facility residents, employees, and contractors, regardless of vaccination status, who may encounter residents must for COVID-19 infection on a once-weekly basis.
In addition, to OBTAIN ENTRY into a Skilled Nursing Facility, ALL VISITORS, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATIONS STATUS, MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF EITHER:
– a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry
– a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to entry
Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees and screen test all visitors per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.
Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.
The facility will be educating residents and responsible parties regarding the quarantine and testing requirements for the residents that leave the facility for the holiday.
– Residents who have close contract with someone with SARS-CoV-2 infection while outside the facility will quarantine in the yellow zone for 14 days and be tested immediately regardless of their vaccination status.
– Fully vaccinated residents who leave for any duration and return to the facility do not routinely need to quarantine and be tested upon return to the facility.
– Residents who are not fully vaccinated who leave the facility for:
> less than 24 hours and return to the facility should be tested five to seven days after their return.
>more than 24 hours should be quarantined in the yellow zone for 14 days and tested prior to returning to their usual room.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.
CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently, AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidelines for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.
The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. *Please notify us ahead of time if visiting the facility.* Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.
Any admissions/readmissions, regardless of vaccinations, will be admitted to the yellow zone and quarantined until tested with a negative Covid test after 7 days.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


December 27, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued an Order Of The Health Officer on December 3, 2021. Effective WEDNESDAY, December 15, 2021, all Skilled Nursing Facility residents, employees, and contractors, regardless of vaccination status, who may encounter residents must for COVID-19 infection on a once weekly basis.

In addition, to OBTAIN ENTRY into a Skilled Nursing Facility, ALL VISITORS, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATIONS STATUS, MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF EITHER:
– a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry
– a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to entry

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees and screen test all visitors per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility will be educating residents and responsible parties regarding the quarantine and testing requirements for the residents that leave the facility for the holiday.
– Residents who have close contract with someone with SARS-CoV-2 infection while outside the facility will quarantine in the yellow zone for 14 days and be tested immediately regardless of their vaccination status.
– Fully vaccinated residents who leave for any duration and return to the facility do not routinely need to quarantine and be tested upon return to the facility.
– Residents who are not fully vaccinated who leave the facility for:
> less than 24 hours and return to the facility should be tested five to seven days after their return.
>more than 24 hours should be quarantined in the yellow zone for 14 days and tested prior to return to their usual room.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. *Please notify us ahead of time if visiting at the facility.* Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Any admissions/readmissions, regardless of vaccinations, will be admitted to the yellow zone and quarantined until tested with a negative Covid test after 7 days.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


December 20, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued an Order Of The Health Officer on December 3, 2021. Effective WEDNESDAY, December 15, 2021, all Skilled Nursing Facility residents, employees, and contractors, regardless of vaccination status, who may encounter residents must for COVID-19 infection on a once weekly basis.

In addition, to OBTAIN ENTRY into a Skilled Nursing Facility, ALL VISITORS, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATIONS STATUS, MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF EITHER:
– a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry
– a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to entry

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees and screen test all visitors per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility will be educating residents and responsible parties regarding the quarantine and testing requirements for the residents that leave the facility for the holiday.
– Residents who have close contract with someone with SARS-CoV-2 infection while outside the facility will quarantine in the yellow zone for 14 days and be tested immediately regardless of their vaccination status.
– Fully vaccinated residents who leave for any duration and return to the facility do not routinely need to quarantine and be tested upon return to the facility.
– Residents who are not fully vaccinated who leave the facility for:
> less than 24 hours and return to the facility should be tested five to seven days after their return.
>more than 24 hours should be quarantined in the yellow zone for 14 days and tested prior to return to their usual room.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. *Please notify us ahead of time if visiting at the facility.* Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Any admissions/readmissions, regardless of vaccinations, will be admitted to the yellow zone and quarantined until tested with a negative Covid test after 7 days.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


December 13, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued an Order Of The Health Officer on December 3, 2021. Effective WEDNESDAY, December 15, 2021, all Skilled Nursing Facility residents, employees, and contractors, regardless of vaccination status, who may encounter residents must for COVID-19 infection on a once weekly basis.

In addition, to OBTAIN ENTRY into a Skilled Nursing Facility, ALL VISITORS, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATIONS STATUS, MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF EITHER:

  • a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry
  • a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to entry

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees and screen test all visitors per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility will be educating residents and responsible parties regarding the quarantine and testing requirements for the residents that leave the facility for the holiday.

  • Residents who have close contract with someone with SARS-CoV-2 infection while outside the facility will quarantine in the yellow zone for 14 days and be tested immediately regardless of their vaccination status.
  • Fully vaccinated residents who leave for any duration and return to the facility do not routinely need to quarantine and be tested upon return to the facility.
  • Residents who are not fully vaccinated who leave the facility for:
    > less than 24 hours and return to the facility should be tested five to seven days after their return.
    >more than 24 hours should be quarantined in the yellow zone for 14 days and tested prior to return to their usual room.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. Please notify us ahead of time if visiting at the facility. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


December 6, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. *Please notify us ahead of time if visiting at the facility.* Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 29, 2021 

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. *Please notify us ahead of time if visiting at the facility.* Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 22, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

CDPH is in the process of reviewing CMS QSO 20-39 that was revised on November 12, 2021. CDPH will be updating AFL 20-22.9 as soon as possible to adjust the language to be more aligned with the CMS QSO. Currently AFL 20-22.9 is stricter, so Valley Palms Care Center will be following the stricter guidance for now. The only limitation that changes is to expand visitation hours and the length of visits. As of now, Valley Palms Care Center will continue to verify the vaccination status of visitors, ensure unvaccinated visitors have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before entry, and screen visitors for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to COVID-19. Also, visitors must wear appropriate PPE during their visits, and must continue to socially distance unless both the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 19, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

On November 4, 2021, CMS issued a regulation requiring that all nursing home staff be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a requirement. However, at this time, continued restrictions on this vital resident’s right are no longer necessary.

Visitors who have a positive viral test for COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine, should not enter the facility. Facilities should screen all who enter for these visitation exclusions.

Although there is no limit on the number of visitors that a resident can have at one time, visits should be conducted in a manner that adheres to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention and does not increase risk to other residents. Facilities should ensure that physical distancing can still be maintained during peak times of visitation. Also, facilities should avoid large gatherings where large numbers of visitors are in the same space at the same time and physical distancing cannot be maintained. During indoor visitation, facilities should limit visitor movement in the facility. For example, visitors should not walk around different halls of the facility. Rather, they should go directly to the resident’s room or designated visitation area.
If a resident’s roommate is unvaccinated or immunocompromised, regardless of vaccination status, visits should not be conducted in the resident’s room, if possible.
If the nursing home’s county COVID-19 community level of transmission is substantial to high, all residents and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, should wear face coverings or masks and physically distance, at all times. In areas of low to moderate transmission, the safest practice is for residents and visitors to wear face coverings or masks and physically distance, particularly if either of them is at increased risk for severe disease or are unvaccinated. If the resident and all their visitors are fully vaccinated and the resident is not moderately or severely immunocompromised, they may choose not to wear face coverings or masks and to have physical contact. Visitors should wear face coverings or masks when around other residents or healthcare personnel, regardless of vaccination status.
CMS strongly encourages all visitors to become vaccinated and facilities should educate and also encourage visitors to become vaccinated.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 15, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 8, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


November 1, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


October 26, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


October 19, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


October 12, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


October 8, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


October 1, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


September 24, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. After September 30, 2021, all healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated unless they have an approved accommodation request letter.
Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.
The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines to residents and employees.
On August 5, 2021, the California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.
The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation, window visits, and electronic communications (such as FaceTime and Zoom) are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


September 20, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021 California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


September 14, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. The facility will test all residents and employees for the next week.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, the California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


September 10, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. The facility will test all residents and employees for the next two weeks.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, the California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


September 3, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19 outside in the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health. The facility will test residents and employees weekly.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021, the California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


August 31, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test twice weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021 California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


August 23, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test twice weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 5, 2021 California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


August 16, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test twice weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

On August 12, 2021 CDPH provided an updated AFL that authorizes facilities to modify visitations in accordance with CMS and CDC COVID-19 guidance when necessary to protect the health and safety of the residents, staff, and visitors. The facility is required to verify the vaccination status of all visitors and obtain documentation of a COVID negative test for all visitors who are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated to have an indoor visit. Outdoor visitation is still encouraged along with other visitation options.

On August 5, 2021 California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


August 9, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test twice weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.
Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees regardless of vaccination status.
The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.
On August 5, 2021 California Department of Public Health provided a State Public Health Officer Order which applies to indoor visitations in facilities. Facilities in this Order must verify visitors are FULLY VACCINATED or, for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated visitors, must verify documentation of a negative COVID-19 test. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors can visit indoors ONLY if they can show documentation of a negative COVID test by PCR testing or antigen testing occurred within 72 hours before each visit for which the test results are available at the time of entry to the facility.
The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


August 2, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test twice weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees. Facilities are required to verify vaccine status.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Visitors also need to show proof of vaccination. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


July 26, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


July 19, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and be in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


July 12, 2021

Please allow this email communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center will continue to test weekly residents and employees who are not vaccinated and who are partially vaccinated per CDPH guidelines and recommendations from Public Health.

Masks are still required in the facility for residents, visitors, and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


July 6, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


June 29, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. The facility’s pharmacy vendor will be providing Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.

Have a safe and wonderful day.


June 24, 2021

Please allow this email to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update. Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center will be conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees per Department of Public Health recommendations.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. Now, our pharmacy will be providing the Moderna vaccines and the Pfizer vaccines to the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors still need to wear a mask and social distance at least six feet. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. Visits for residents who share a room should be conducted in a separate indoor space or with the roommate not present in the room, regardless of the roommate’s vaccination status. Visitors need to wear gloves, gown, eye protection, and N95 respirator if visiting in the yellow (quarantine) area. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


June 18, 2021

Please allow this email to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident tested positive for COVID-19 outside of the facility, in the acute hospital. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Currently, there are no cases of Covid-19 for residents or employees in the facility.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update. Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center will be conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees per Department of Public Health recommendations.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees. Now, our pharmacy will be providing the Moderna vaccines and the Pfizer vaccines to the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors still need to wear a mask and social distance at least six feet. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. Visits for residents who share a room should be conducted in a separate indoor space or with the roommate not present in the room, regardless of the roommate’s vaccination status. Visitors need to wear gloves, gown, eye protection, and N95 respirator if visiting in the yellow (quarantine) area. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


June 7, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


May 28, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.

Happy Memorial Day Weekend.


May 24, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


May 17, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


May 10, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with the core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


May 3, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


April 26, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


April 12, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


April 5, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


March 29, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. Visitors who are unable to make their scheduled visitation time will be rescheduled. Visitors who are unable to comply with core principles of COVID-19 will not be permitted to visit. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.


March 22, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. Indoor visitations will be allowed for green and yellow zone residents. All visitors and residents should wear appropriate facial covering during their visit and should maintain 6-ft physical distancing. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have a brief, limited physical contact with the resident. All unvaccinated/partially vaccinated visitors should document a negative COVID-19 test <2 days prior to visitation, regardless of the county tier and vaccination status of the resident. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advance, be time-limited, and in a specific location. The facility will continue outdoor visitations and window visits. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation and window visits are preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted three Covid + patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


March 15, 2021

Please allow this notification for communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents. There has been an update to employee testing. It is now weekly testing for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has provided the Moderna vaccines for the residents and employees.

The facility will be conducting visitations through different means based on the facility’s structure. In Tier 1 (Purple) Los Angeles county, only fully vaccinated residents may have indoor visitations. The visitor entering the facility must adhere to the following: Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility. Only fully vaccinated visitors of fully vaccinated residents may have brief, limited physical contact with the resident. The visitor must test negative on a POC antigen or PCR test taken within two days prior to visit. Indoor visitations must be scheduled in advanced, be time limited, and in a specific location. The facility will continue outdoor visitations. Outdoor visits pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow; therefore, outdoor visitation is preferred.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted two Covid + patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


March 1, 2021

Please allow this notification as a communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents. There has been an update to employee testing. It is now weekly testing for employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted two Covid + patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


February 23, 2021

Please allow this notification to be our communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua

For information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted 4 Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


February 16, 2021

Please allow this notification as communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua

For information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted 8 Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 29, 2021

Please allow this notification communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua

For information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted five Covid + patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 22, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 3 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and 1 employee tested positive outside of the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
For information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At present, those residents that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 20, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
Information in different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted one Covid+ resident. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 18, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 2 residents and 1 employee have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
Information in different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted one Covid+ resident. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 16, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 7 residents have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of Covid-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua

Information in different languages please check this website:

https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At present, those residents that are positive are being kept in isolation.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted two Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.



January 14, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
For information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted two Covid+ resident. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 11, 2020

Please allow this communication to serve as a notification that 3 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and 1 employee tested positive outside of the community. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
Information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At present, those residents that are positive are being kept in isolation. All employees that are positive are being quarantined in their homes.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted one Covid+ resident. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 9, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident and 1 employee have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of Covid-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua

Information in different languages please check this website:

https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted seven Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


January 8, 2021

Please allow this communication to serve as notification that 3 residents and 1 employee tested positive for COVID-19. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.
The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
Information in different languages please check this website:
At present, residents that are positive are being kept in isolation. Employees that are positive are being quarantined in their homes.
At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.
We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.
Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has 8 Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.

January 7, 2021

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 2 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and 2 employees tested positive outside of the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. For more information please see the website: www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua
Information in a different language please check this website:
https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/providers/language-resources

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that the Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has 8 Covid+ residents. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 31, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 2 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and 2 employees tested positive outside in the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week.

The facility has received the Moderna vaccine from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Information about the Moderna vaccine can be found at https://www.modernatx.com/covid19vaccine-eua/

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we are ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that the Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted 10 covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 26, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 6 employees have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, they are being closely monitored. We are also keeping in close contact with Public Health with this new development.

As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

At present, those employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being kept in isolation. All employees that are exhibiting symptoms are being quarantined in their homes.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Los Angeles Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

We will keep you updated as to this new development. Please be assured that during this time we will keep the lines of communication open to give you peace of mind while we work to ensure the safety of your loved ones and our staff.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week. .

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has 8 covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 25, 2020

Merry Christmas.

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19 from outside of the facility in the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Los Angeles Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has eight Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 21, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 2 employees have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that the Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has nine Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 15, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 2 employees have tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing employees twice a week.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted nine Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 3, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that the Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted five covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


December 1, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and testing staff twice a week.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted five covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


November 23, 2020

Please allow this email communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There has been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted five Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


November 16, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19 out in the community from another facility last week. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19. The results from last week’s testing are all negative.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.
At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.
Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.  As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility.  Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted two covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


November 12, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 4 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 outside from the community. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all line of communication open during this difficult time while ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non Covid+ patients. The facility has admitted five COVID+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


November 2, 2020

Please allow this notification to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 employee has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health, CDPH, and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non-Covid + patients. The facility has admitted six Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


October 19, 2020

Please allow this email to serve as an update as to new developments at our facility relative to COVID-19. We have learned that 1 resident has tested positive for COVID-19. As such, we are continuing to work with Public Health and various local agencies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Valley Palms is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.

At this time, we are continuing to implement all the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and CDPH. Should additional safeguards be added, we will provide you with an update.

Our goal is to keep all lines of communication open during this difficult time while we ensuring the safety of your loved ones and our employees.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted four Covid+ patients. The facility has designated a Covid + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


October 13, 2020

Please allow this email communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms is conducting weekly testing for residents and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC and CDPH guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated covid-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are covid+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted four COVID+ patients. Valley Palms has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these covid+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


September 29, 2020

Please allow this email communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms is testing residents and employees weekly.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health and CDPH. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility admitted four COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


September 22, 2020

Please allow this email communication to serve as our weekly update. At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is testing residents and employees weekly.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health, CDPH, and Los Angeles County. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted three COVID+ patients. The facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


September 15, 2020

At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is testing residents and employees weekly.
The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic.  As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility.  Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted four COVID+ patients. The facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


September 8, 2020

Valley Palms Care Center is continuing weekly testing for the residents and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. We have four COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


September 1, 2020

At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center continues to have weekly testing of residents and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted three COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


August 28, 2020

This week we received results that one of our residents tested positive for COVID-19. All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID-19, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health, CDC, and CDPH.

Please check back to this webpage for updates as they come in.


August 26, 2020

At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is still continuing weekly testing of residents and employees.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non-COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted three COVID+ patients. The facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


August 13, 2020

At this current time, there has been no change from our last communication. There have been no new cases of COVID-19 positive residents or employees other than what was reported throughout the week.

Valley Palms Care Center is conducting weekly facility wide testing for employees and residents.

The facility is continuing to implement all the necessary safety precautions that are consistent with the CDC guidelines as well as those of the recommendations of Public Health. As always, our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and employees while keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. The facility has admitted six COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


August 8, 2020

We received an update. We have one employee that tested positive.

All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of Covid-19. The staff that tested positive is on leave until they get cleared from their physician to return to work.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health, CDC, and CDPH.

Valley Palms Care Center partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


August 5, 2020

We received an update. During our weekly testing of employees and residents, the results are that two employees have tested positive.

All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of Covid-19. The staff that tested positive are on leave until they get cleared from their physician to return to work.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health.

Valley Palms Care Center recently partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is now a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


July 21, 2020

We received an update. During our weekly testing of employees and residents, the results are that one employee has tested positive.

All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. The staff that tested positive is on leave until they get cleared from their physician to return to work.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health.

Valley Palms Care Center recently partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is now a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID+ from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non COVID+ patients. Facility has designated a COVID + unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID+ patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


May 20, 2020

Valley Palms Care Center recently partnered with Los Angeles County Public Health in an effort to provide care to the most vulnerable community during this pandemic. As such, Valley Palms Care Center is now a designated COVID-19 facility. Essentially, this means that Valley Palms Care Center is able to accept vulnerable patients who are COVID-positive from an acute care hospital and provide the care they need as well as the non-COVID-positive patients. The facility has designated a COVID-positive unit that is separated from the remainder of the facility. With a dedicated staff and designated equipment with a barrier and separate entrance as permitted. By accepting these COVID-positive patients it frees up hospital beds across Southern California that are desperately needed for those in dire need.


May 11, 2020

We received an update and the results are that there are a total of 13 COVID-positive residents in-house and a total of 10 staff that have tested positive. The in-house COVID-positive residents are on strict isolation precautions. All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of Covid-19. The staff that tested positive are on leave until they get cleared from their physician to return to work.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health.

Please check back to this webpage for updates as they come in.


May 8, 2020

This week we received results that seven of our residents tested positive for Covid-19 and one staff member tested positive. There are a total of 11 COVID-positive residents in-house, and a total of eight staff have tested positive. The in-house COVID-positive residents are on strict isolation precautions. All residents continue to be monitored for signs and symptoms of Covid-19. The staff that tested positive are on leave until they get cleared from their physician to return to work.

Know that we continue to monitor all staff members before and after each shift for signs and symptoms of COVID, including taking each person’s temperature. We are adhering to the infection control guidelines as outlined by public health.

Please check back to this webpage for updates as they come in.