Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley Executive Director update 7/27/2021

Dear Residents, Families and Employees: 

Unfortunately we have one employee who tested positive for COVID-19.  This person has been off from work since 7/15 and there was no exposure to any Residents or Employees.  While off they were tested and determined to be positive. The monthly testing of Residents and Employees that took place earlier last week resulted in all negative results for Residents and Employees.

Please call and schedule your visits for Bridges.  This will be very helpful in making sure we are able to provide a safe visit.  When visiting Bridges, please be sure the elevator closes behind you before walking away.  Please also check in with Nursing when you arrive.

As a reminder, we are still in a pandemic, and the Delta variant is proving to be extremely contagious. It is still necessary for everyone who is in the community to wear a facemask whenever in public areas. 

For compliments or concerns, you may contact me at kbeiler@wel.org or 215-991-7101.  Internally, my extension is 802

With gratitude,

Ken Beiler

Executive Director, Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley

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