Our highest priority is the safety and well-being of our residents, patients, caregivers, volunteers and children in the Intergenerational Learning Center. This page is a resource with the most up to date information about COVID-19 in our community.
Please do NOT visit the Mount and SJR if you are sick with symptoms of contagious illness.
Friday, March 24th:
Assisted Living: 3rd Floor has 1 resident with COVID-19. All floors have had low-risk exposure as of 3/20, no further residents have tested positive.
Masks remain required in Washington State healthcare settings, including our community.
3/24- King County is in Moderate Transmission. Individuals or small groups of visitors may visit in shared spaces AS LONG AS visitors remain masked.
Assisted Living Visits may proceed.
- Please wear a mask at all times in shared areas, it is safest to keep it on for the visit as well.
Neighborhoods on Stay-At-Home:
- No neighborhoods currently on Stay-At-Home.
Visits with residents may proceed with awareness of the risks of viral illness in these areas, but residents should not participate in activities around the building nor use spaces shared with other neighborhoods when they are on stay-at-home status.
Current Status at the Mount and SJR
In order to share the most helpful and timely information with families we are sharing how many new caregivers are testing positive for COVID weekly. This number will be updated daily as things change. If you have questions about this process please email Kaylea Watkins via the link listed below.
Caregivers - week of 3/19 (updated 3/24)
- 1 new caregiver has tested positive for COVID-19
Residents/Patients - week of 3/19 (updated 3/24)
- 0 new residents with COVID-19
Please feel free to contact your care team with any questions. If assistance is needed outside of business hours, please call the front desk and ask for the on call supervisor. Our caregivers in activities, social work and spiritual care are also happy to assist with setting up video chats for you and your loved one.
You can find the current King County case rate here.
The CDC website is an excellent resource to find reliable answers to your questions.
If you have additional Mount specific questions, you may also send an email to:
- Kaylea Watkins, MSI, BSN, RN, CIC, Infection Preventionist, or
- Tanisha Mojica, MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC, Director of Clinical Services
Resident Family Town Hall Notes
- Jan. 5 Family Town Hall
- Jan. 19 Family Town Hall
- Feb. 2 Family Town Hall
- March 2 Family Town Hall
- April 6 Family Town Hall
- May 4 Family Town Hall
- June 8 Family Town Hall
- July 13 Family Town Hall
- Aug. 3 Family Town Hall