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DUE TO AN EXECUTIVE ORDER BY GOVERNOR WHITMER, WE ARE NO LONGER ALLOWING VISITORS INTO THE FACILITY AS OF 9AM 3/14/2020. ESSENTIAL MEDICAL PERSONNEL ARE ALLOWED TO ENTER WITH PRECAUTIONS. PLEASE CALL 269-343-2587 FOR UPDATES ON YOUR LOVED ONES.

Please note this is a continually evolving situation and we are staying up to date with the CDC and our local health department.The safety of our residents and staff are of the utmost importance to us.

 

An Update from our Infection Preventionist 6/12/2020

Family and Friends,

First, let me start off by letting everyone know that all of the residents who were tested for COVID had negative test results! We continue to be without COVID! With that being said, we are aiming to keep this trend going and I need your help. Despite many sectors of the state re-opening, the State of Michigan has NOT opened up nursing homes for visitors yet. We don’t know when this will happen. We understand that this is difficult for both families as well as our residents and I encourage all of you to write with your frustrations to the governor and our representatives.

Please call the activities department to discuss alternative communication options, such as video visits. We will continue to update everyone as things change.


Sincerely,

Jynell Tackett, LPN
Infection Control Nurse
 

A big Thank You to everyone who has donated masks, supplies, and other items to Alamo. This is so very much appreciated by staff and residents!!

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When home is no longer an option, choose Alamo Nursing Home

Founded in 1955 by Ray and Fern Enos, Alamo Nursing Home, Inc. has been caring for the Kalamazoo, Otsego, and Plainwell communities for over 60 years.