Lenbrook residents, staff, families, and guests – On behalf of the Lenbrook board, I want to thank you for your...
Because of our extensive advance planning and strict adherence to new policies to limit new exposure and mitigate the spread of the virus, Lenbrook is the safest place to be, and our main goal is the safety of our community. Lenbrook will always be transparent. We will stand before you and be truthful. Please know we’re doing our best to get you information as quickly as we can. We do our best to protect all within our community but all who pass through the doors play an equal role in our safety and wellness. We’re in this together.
Lenbrook has learned that an associate has tested positive for COVID-19. The associate was flagged during our routine screening at our guard houses, was subsequently tested and is now self-isolating at home and seems to be doing well. At this time, there are no other known cases of COVID-19 at Lenbrook. We are following the CDC protocols and have reported the information to the Georgia Department of Public Health. Lenbrook has conducted an investigation to identify anyone having direct or in direct contact with the affected individual. Our job as a management team is to put safeguards into place to protect everyone while on our campus and we are committed to taking the necessary steps to do so. Please continue to read below for more information.
On March 18, Lenbrook hosted its third weekly Town Hall Meeting to share and discuss the latest developments and community wellness guidelines regarding the ongoing COVID-19 healthcare crisis.
John Clark of Lenbrook’s COVID-19 Task Force noted that a lot has changed in the past week and things continue to move rapidly. “Today, we will cover the recent recommendations of the Lenbrook COVID-19 Task Force, prevention, what residents can do, clinical pathways that are new, and hear from Dr. Oakley, a resident, and Dr. Lisa Belcher, the daughter of a Lenbrook resident and a physician with CDC. Residents can dial 2505 to ask questions while Town Hall is going on.
On March 11, Lenbrook hosted its second weekly Town Hall Meeting to share and discuss the latest developments and community wellness guidelines regarding the ongoing COVID-19 healthcare crisis. More than 75 residents and associates welcomed Dr. Lisa Belcher, a senior research scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) whose mother, Jane Neal, is a resident of Lenbrook. As a uniformed officer in the United States Public Health Service, Dr. Belcher deploys to locations across the world to serve during public health emergencies, and she addressed the crowd as a physician - and as a daughter.