Good News Oklahomans! Effective immediately, the Oklahoma State Health Department has significantly expanded nursing-home access for visitors.
Indoor Visits for Non-COVID Patients & Residents
While outdoor and virtual visits remain the safest option, indoor visits are now an option for any resident not under a transmission-based safety precaution (quarantine). NOTE: Compassionate visits for designated essential caregivers remain in place and as an available option.
An exception to the state’s newly expanded visits is if the county incident rates — and the resident vaccination rates do not meet a specific threshold. Face masks and similar personal protective equipment (PPE) precautions must still be observed.
Please contact your facility to schedule a visit and to learn of any restrictions for your area.
Outdoor Visits & Outings
Oklahoma’s new guidelines also permit outdoor facility visits and extended outings.
Outings, such as church attendance and non-essential medical appointments, are now allowable for non-quarantined residents. Furthermore, the prior requirement to quarantine upon return has been lifted — unless the resident had a known exposure to COVID-19 while on the outing.
Your patience is appreciated as we work to implement these new protocols as well as share this information with all our families. Moreover, we look forward to you and your loved ones’ ability to visit more freely and frequently.
Our Oklahoma Communities
We look forward to you and your loved ones’ ability to visit more freely and frequently.
- Accel at Crystal Park
- Garland Road Nursing Center
- Highland Park Manor
- Meadowlake Assisted Living
- Meadowlake Estates Nursing Center
- Medical Park West Rehabilitation
- Montevista Rehabilitation and Skilled Care
- Noble Healthcare Center
- Ranchwood Nursing Center
- Tulsa Nursing Center
- Tuscany Village Nursing Center
- Victorian Estates Assisted Living
- Villages at Southern Hills