COVID-19: Learn More About How We’re Responding
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Quarry Hill’s COVID-19 Response

At Quarry Hill, our number-one priority is the health and safety of residents and care team members. So when the coronavirus began its deadly sweep across New England, we acted swiftly, tracking and implementing the rapidly evolving directives from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the Maine Center for Disease Control and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services specific to older-adult communities such as ours. Visit this page often for the latest on the steps we’re taking to protect our residents and team members.

Communication from Executive Director Loriman Looke

Archive of past communications

Dedicated COVID-19 Phone Line

Keeping all members of our community—residents as well as their loved ones—in the loop is a vital part of our response to the COVID-19 crisis. Among other outreach efforts, we offer a dedicated, 24/7 phone line featuring recorded updates from our executive director on the status of our anti-COVID campaign. To listen, simply dial 207-301-6300. New messages are recorded weekly, or more often as conditions dictate.

Current Quarry Hill Visitation Policy Due to COVID-19

In keeping with policy from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), residents of Anderson Inn now have the option to visit indoors with loved ones.

Indoor visits needn’t be scheduled in advance, provided the resident involved in the visit is fully vaccinated. If the participating resident isn’t fully vaccinated, then the visitor will still need to make an appointment in advance. Those visiting fully vaccinated residents may visit with their loved ones inside their rooms or apartments, rather than in designated visiting areas. However, residents who live in companion suites may need to meet elsewhere.

Here are the current visitation rules that we’ll ask you to abide by during the visit.

Supporting Your Loved One in a Long-Term Care Facility

Ideas from the CDC for how to keep in touch with your loved one during this time.

Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines

The CDC answers common questions about COVID-19 vaccines.

MaineHealth on COVID-19

Read the latest from MaineHealth on COVID-19.