January 12, 2023

Dear Residents and Families,

With the rise of COVID-19 in our community, We’ve had 1 staff member and 3 residents test positive. The residents and staff are doing well, and we are following CDC and NJDOH guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation precautions. We will be testing the residents on that unit and the unit where the staff member and residents were positive.

We continue to rigorously maintain Covid-19 safety protocols and are doing everything in our ability to help stop the spread and keep our residents safe. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns anytime at 856.451.5000.

If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly via email or phone.

Nicole Bryant, RN

Director or Nursing


October 30, 2022

Dear Eagleview Families and Friends,
This update is to notify you that both of our previous covid positive residents and staff are all better, and are doing great.
We since had one resident test positive for Covid-19 . We are continuing to follow infection control procedures, CDC and DOH guidelines to ensure the safety of all our residents and we will inform you of any new updates.
Thank You,
Josh Weber, LNHA
Administrator
Eagleview Health Rehab

October 14, 2022

Dear Eagleview Families and Friends,

This update is to notify you of new Covid-19 cases at the facility. 2 residents and 2 staff have tested positive for Covid -19. We are continuing to follow infection control procedures, CDC and DOH guidelines to ensure the safety of all our residents and we will inform you of any new updates.

Thank You,

Josh Weber, LNHA

Administrator

Eagleview Health Rehab


August 5, 2022

Dear Residents and Families,

We would like to notify you about a staff member who has tested positive. The residents and staff are doing well, and we are following CDC and NJDOH guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation precautions. We will be testing the residents on that unit and the unit where the staff member and residents were positive.

We continue to rigorously maintain Covid-19 safety protocols and are doing everything in our ability to help stop the spread and keep our residents safe. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns anytime at 5616.451.5000.

If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly via email or phone.

Elaine Summers, DPN, MSN, RN-BC

Director of Nursing


July 7, 2022

Hello, friends and families of Eagleview. We have had a vendor that was in the building that recently tested positive for COVID-19. All residents that were seen by the vendor have been tested and their families have been notified. All residents with potential exposure remain negative. Eagleview continues to monitor for any respiratory symptoms daily. Please remember to stay safe in your community during this time of high transmission rates: wear your source control, don’t touch your face until you wash your hands, continue with social distancing, and wash your hands routinely. We continue to remain vigilant and take every precaution to prevent the risk of spread in the building. Thank you and remain safe. If you have any questions, please call our COVID hotline number.

Our COVID hotline number is (800) 645-6841.


June 21, 2022

Hello residents, families, and friends of residents – there was a positive staff member that may have potentially exposed our residents to COVID last Thursday night on our West Wing unit. The staff person tested positive on Monday and notified the facility today. All the residents were rapid tested and results were negative. Nursing will continue to monitor our West Wing residents for any symptoms daily. Any questions, please contact the nursing office or our COVID hotline at (800) 645-6841.


June 7, 2022

Hello friends and families of Eagleview. We have had a provider that was in the building that recently tested positive for COVID-19. All residents that were seen by the provider were tested and families notified. All residents with potential exposure remain negative. Eagleview continues to monitor for any respiratory symptoms daily. Please remember to stay safe in your community during this time of high transmission rates: wear your source control, continue with social distancing, and wash your hands routinely. We continue to remain vigilant and take every precaution to prevent the risk of spread in the building. Thank you and remain safe. If you have any questions, please call our COVID hotline number.

Our COVID hotline number has changed to (800) 645-6841.


March 4, 2022

We would like to take this opportunity to notify families that our last outbreak is officially concluded. We have not had a positive within our building for the last 28 days. We will continue to remain vigilant and continue to take precautions to prevent the reintroduction of COVID-19 into our building. If you have any questions, please contact the facility or the COVID hotline at 609-202-1243.


December 29, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested according to these guidelines.

On Monday, lab testing was completed with staff for COVID and we have confirmed positive staff. In addition, one resident tested positive via a rapid antigen test this morning. We are currently in an outbreak. Testing will continue for all staff and residents twice weekly for 28 days until there are no longer any confirmed positives.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation continues, but we ask that you call prior to your visit and limit your visits to designated areas. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our pharmacy, Local DOH, and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens, or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


December 7, 2021

Hello, Friends and Families of Eagleview. We would like to take this opportunity to update you on visitation guidelines within our facility while the holidays are approaching. Visitations with families and friends are open to our residents, however, there are certain guidelines and restrictions that need to be maintained during your visit for safety purposes. Please read below for the guidelines. You can call the facility’s main number or our COVID hotline number (609-202-1243) for any further questions.

Thank you and have a wonderful holiday.

  1. Notification is preferred an hour prior to visitation in order to have your family member ready and to respect your family member’s roommate and their space.
  2. The resident (or authorized representative) and visitor must sign a risk acknowledgment form prior to visitation(s).
  3. Only two visitors per visit.
  4. Visitor temperature and COVID screening form must be obtained and filled out prior to visitation by ALL visitors.
  5. The resident and visitor must always wear source control (i.e. a mask or face covering) during the visitation.
  6. Maintain a distance of 6 feet between the visitor(s) and the resident during your visit.
  7. Remain in the designated area during your visit.
  8. Food is NOT permitted during visits. You may bring labeled, packaged items for the resident.
  9. The visitor(s) will NOT be able to use the facility’s restrooms during their visit.
  10. If you feel you have any COVID symptoms up to 14 days after your visit, please notify the facility immediately for contact tracing to begin.
  11. If you have cold-like symptoms on the day of your planned visit, please consider the safety of your family member and other residents and consider visiting on a different day.

Thank you and have a wonderful holiday, The Staff of Eagleview.


November 10, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level (RED).

We continue to remain vigilant during our outbreak. Unfortunately, a resident has tested positive after being sent to the hospital. This restarts our outbreak status on 11/09/2021 and we will continue with routine COVID testing of staff and residents twice weekly for 28 days.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility-wide testing for 28 days from 11/09/2021. Scheduled outdoor visitations will continue for any resident not on our observation hall. Scheduled window visits, as well as Skype and Facetime calls can continue for all residents.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnerships with our Local Department of Health, our pharmacy, and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we will assist our staff to schedule appointments to Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, or Inspira to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 31, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested according to these guidelines.

That being said, on Thursday, 10/25/2021 and 10/28/2021 we tested all of our residents and one of our staff and one of our residents that were tested on 10/28/2021 came back positive. According to CDC guidelines we we will need to restart our 28 day outbreak testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status 2 x per week. We rapid tested staff and residents on 10/31/2021 and will continue testing staff and residents on 11/1/2021. All rapid tests have returned negative.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility wide testing for 28 days from 10/28/2021. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 29, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested according to these guidelines.

That being said, on Thursday, 10/25/2021 and 10/28/2021 we tested all of our residents and all results received so far were negative. According to CDC guidelines we are still in our 28 day outbreak testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status 2 x per week. As of today, Friday 10/29/2021 all other resident and staff tests returned so far were negative.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility wide testing for 28 days. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 22, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested according to these guidelines.

That being said, on Thursday, 10/21/2021 we rapid tested tested all of our residents and all results received were negative. According to CDC guidelines we are still in our 28 day outbreak testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status 2 x per week. As of today, Friday 10/22/2021 all other resident and staff tests have returned negative.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility wide testing for 28 days. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 15, 2021

Salem County’s transmission rate remains at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested according to these guidelines.

That being said, on Friday, 10/8/2021 we rapid tested all of our residents and one of our residents tested positive. We conducted a 48 hour tracer and anyone coming in contact with this resident was called and told to be tested. According to CDC guidelines we restarted our 28 day outbreak testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status 2 x per week. As of today, Friday 10/15/2021 all other resident and staff tests have returned negative. Our Staff member that tested positive is now resolved and back to work and our resident that tested positive is in the hospital.

All newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility-wide testing for 28 days. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 8, 2021

The CDC changed the way we look at COVID in our communities. We are no longer looking at our County’s positivity rate. We are now looking at our County’s transmission rate, and according to Salem County’s transmission rate, we are registering at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Vaccinated residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested at this time according to these guidelines.

That being said, on Thursday 10/7/2021 we tested all of our staff and they were all negative. On Friday, 10/8/2021 we rapid tested all of our residents and one of our residents tested positive. We conducted a 48 hour tracer and anyone coming in contact with this resident was called and told to be tested. According to CDC guidelines we must restart our 28 day outbreak testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status 2 x per week.

Our newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation remains on hold pending the results of our facility wide testing. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic is in the process of being scheduled. In-between onsite vaccination clinics we send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccinations.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


October 1, 2021

Last week I reported that the CDC changed the way we look at COVID in our communities. We are no longer looking at our County’s positivity rate. We are now looking at our County’s transmission rate, and according to Salem County’s transmission rate, we are registering at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must be tested 2x per week. Residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested at this time according to these guidelines.

That being said, last Thursday, 9/302021 we tested our unvaccinated staff and one of our non-direct care/non-nursing staff tested positive. The results were received late Friday night. We conducted a 48 hour tracer and anyone coming in contact with this staff member was called and told to come in to be tested. According to CDC guidelines we will now be conduct testing of all staff and residents regardless of their vaccination status every 5 days starting Saturday 10/2/2021 for a period of 14 days. More to follow…

Our newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols, and we will also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor visitation has been put on hold pending the results of our facility wide testing. Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic is in the process of being scheduled.
Note: We send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccine shots in-between our scheduled clinics.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


September 24, 2021

The CDC has changed the way we look at COVID in our communities. We are no longer looking at our County’s positivity rate. We are now looking at our County’s transmission rate. According to NJ’s transmission rate, all Counties are now registering at a HIGH level and un-vaccinated staff must now be tested 2x per week. Residents and patients do not need to be routinely tested at this time.

Our newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We also continue to test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic is being scheduled for next Friday, 10/1/2021. Note: We send our staff to Walmart, Walgreens or CVS to receive vaccine shots in-between our scheduled clinics.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


September 17, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores continue to register at a MODERATE level, all other County’s in NJ are also moderate except those in the Central East and Southeast areas of our state which are registering at HIGH levels. We are testing all of our staff that are not vaccinated on a weekly basis and the results of these tests are negative as of today. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

Our newly admitted residents and patients that are not vaccinated continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We also test residents and staff if they display any COVID-like symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic is being scheduled for the week of September 20th. Note: we also refer our staff to Walmart, Walgreens, or CVS to receive vaccine shots in-between our scheduled clinics.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


September 10, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores continue to register at a MODERATE level, all other County’s in NJ is moderate except those in the Central East and Southeast areas of the state which continues at a high level. We test all of our staff that are not vaccinated on a weekly basis and the results of these tests are all negative as of today. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

That being said, newly admitted residents that are not vaccinated will continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our current vaccination clinic is being held today, September 3, 2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


September 3, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores continue to register at a MODERATE level, all other County’s in NJ are moderate except those in the Central East area of the state continues at a high level. We continue to test all staff that are not vaccinated weekly and their results are negative as of today. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

That being said, newly admitted residents that are not vaccinated will continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our current vaccination clinic is being held today, September 3, 2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


August 27, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores continue to register at a MODERATE level, all other County’s in NJ are moderate except those in the Central East area of the state continues at a high level. We continue to test all staff that are not vaccinated weekly and their results are negative as of today. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

However, new admitted residents that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic will be scheduled during the 1st week of September 2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


August 20, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are still at a MODERATE level, all other County’s are moderate except those in the Central East area of the state which is high. We are now testing all staff that are not vaccinated weekly and they are all negative as of today. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

However, new admitted residents that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic will be scheduled during the 1st week of September 2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


August 13, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are still at a MODERATE level, as well as every County in New Jersey. We did have one of our staff test positive on 7/27/2021. We trace tested staff and residents that might have come in contact with this employee and all tested negative. We then tested all of our residents 2x and they tested negative. We tested staff 2x and they also tested negative.

Our positive case is now considered resolved by our local DOH.

Staff that are not vaccinated will now be tested weekly and results will be posted as received. Residents do not need to be routinely tested.

New admitted residents that are not vaccinated will continue be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic will be scheduled during the 1st week of September 2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


July 30, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are at a MODERATE level, as well as every County in New Jersey. That being said, we did have one of our staff test positive on 7/27/2021. We trace tested staff and residents that might have come in contact with this employee and all tested negative. We then tested all of our residents and they tested negative. We tested staff and are waiting for results.

Per CDC and DOH guidance, we will be testing both staff and residents again next week. Results of staff and resident testing will be posted as they are received.

Also, newly admitted residents will continue to be tested in accordance with our testing protocols. We will also test residents and staff if they have symptoms.

With only 1 confirmed case we are not considered to be in an outbreak status. Therefore Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls will continue.

We offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital. Our next vaccination clinic is scheduled for next Wednesday, 8/4/2021.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


July 23, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are MODERATE, so per the NJ DOH, we are continuing to test our staff monthly rather than weekly. We are required to test non-vaccinated staff. Staff was tested on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Also, Residents will not be tested unless they are newly admitted and unvaccinated. We are not routinely testing residents unless they have symptoms or if we are in an outbreak status.

The above can change pending our County’s CALI Score and if Staff or Residents test positive.

Our staff surveillance testing results on July 14, 2021 were negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls are available.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


July 16, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are MODERATE, so per the NJ DOH, we are testing our staff monthly rather than weekly. We are required to test non-vaccinated staff. Staff was tested on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Also, Residents will not be tested unless they are newly admitted. We are not routinely testing residents unless they have symptoms or if we are in an outbreak status.

The above can change pending our County’s CALI Score and if Staff or Residents test positive.

Our staff surveillance testing results on July 14, 2021, were negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime calls, are available.

We continue to offer COVID Vaccines to residents and staff through our partnership with our Local DOH and Inspira Hospital.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


July 2, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are LOW, so per the NJ DOH, we will now test our staff monthly rather than weekly. Also, we are now only required to test non-vaccinated staff. The next date for our staff testing is Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Also, Residents will not be tested unless they are newly admitted. At this time we will not be routinely testing residents unless they have symptoms or if we are in an outbreak status.

The above can change pending our County’s COVID Score and if Staff or Residents test positive.

Our prior staff surveillance testing results continue to be negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, are available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


June 25, 2021

Salem County’s COVID Scores are LOW, so per the NJ DOH, we will now test our staff monthly rather than weekly. Also, we are now only required to test non-vaccinated staff. The next date for our staff testing is Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Also, Residents will not be tested unless they are newly admitted.

The above can change pending our County’s COVID Score and if Staff or Residents test positive.

Our prior staff surveillance testing results were all negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, as well as Skype and Facetime, calls, are available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


June 16, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday 6/6/2021. All Staff results are negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, Skype and Facetime calls are available.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


June 11, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday 6/9/2021. All Staff results are negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on our observation hall, Skype, and Facetime calls are available.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


June 4, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday 6/2/2021. All Staff results so far are negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on the observation hall, Skype, and Facetime calls are available.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


May 28, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday 5/26/2021 and residents on Thursday, May 27, 2021. All Staff and Resident tests have come back negative.

Indoor, and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on the observation hall, Skype, and Facetime calls are available.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


May 16, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday 5/12 and residents on Thursday, May 13, 2021. One (1) of our staff tested positive and all other staff and resident tests have now come back negative.

Outdoor visitation for any resident not on the observation hall, Skype, and Facetime calls will continue.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be done in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


May 13, 2021

Routine testing of our employees was completed on 05/12/2021. There were 2 new employees identified with a positive COVID-19 result. These employees have been notified and are quarantining at home. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing of staff and residents will be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic positive staff or residents. We will post information regarding any additional positive results as it becomes available. Staffing and operations remain in good condition.

Outdoor visitation for any resident except those on the Observation Hall will continue along with Skype, and Facetime calls.

If you have any questions please call the facility directly or the 24-hour hotline at 609-202-1243 for more information.


May 7, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, and one (1) of our staff tested positive.

Outdoor visitation for any resident not on the observation hall, Skype, and Facetime calls will continue.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be done in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243


April 30, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, and residents/patients on Thursday, April 29, 2021. We received results from the lab, stating that all of our staff and all of our residents/patients tested negative for the COVID 19 Virus.

Indoor and Outdoor visitation for any resident not on the observation hall, Skype and Facetime calls will continue as usual.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be done in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243.


April 22, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. We received results from the lab today April 22, 2021, indicating that one of our staff tested positive for COVID 19 Virus.

Indoor visitation will be curtailed until further surveillance is completed. Outdoor visitation, skype and facetime calls will continue.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be done in order to identify any potential positive asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline at 609-202-1243


April 16, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents the week ending April 16, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have all tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and are considered resolved.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


April 15, 2022

Hello Family, Friends, and Residents of Eagleview! Good Friday! It is Easter weekend and some of you have planned family visits. Just a reminder, our community transmission rate is rising and we are in ORANGE. That means our community transmission rate is substantially high. Please remember to STAY SAFE: wash your hands, cover your cough, wear masks, when applicable, and please stay home if you feel sick (fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat, headache, diarrhea, vomiting, loss of smell or taste, etc). Even if you have been vaccinated, you can still catch COVID and share it with others. Have a safe holiday and thank you, your friends at Eagleview.


April 1, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents the week ending April 2, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and are considered resolved.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


March 26, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents the week ending March 26, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and are considered resolved.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


March 5, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents the week ending March 5, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and are no longer considered positive.
Facility operations and staffing remain stable and additional staffing measures have been taken to fill any vacancies. All staff members that were positive are now resolved and have returned back to work.

Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


February 26, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff the week ending February 26, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and no longer considered positive.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable and additional staffing measures have been taken to fill any vacancies. All staff members have returned back to work. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


February 19, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff the week ending February 19, 2021. We received results from the lab indicating that all staff and all residents have tested negative for the COVID 19 virus.

All staff and residents that had tested positive in the past are resolved and no longer considered positive.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable and additional staffing measures have been taken to fill any vacancies. All staff members have returned back to work. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


February 4, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff on February 3, 2021. We received results from the lab today indicating 1 staff member tested positive for the COVID 19 virus. All other staff is considered resolved.

All residents are now considered resolved.

Facility operations and staffing remain stable and additional staffing measures have been taken to fill any vacancies. All staff members except the 1 new positive staff member have returned back to work this week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will continue to be done in order to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 27, 2021

Eagleview nursing staff conducted additional surveillance testing of all staff and residents and we are pleased to report all results were negative. We will continue with ongoing surveillance testing per NJDPH, CMS and local health department guidelines. Further updates will be made as available.


January 24, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 22, 2021. We received results from the lab today (1/24) indicating 1 new staff member tested positive for the COVID 19 virus. We have already initiated our surge staffing plan. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with ongoing efforts. We have returned several staff members back to work this past week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.
Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.

January 23, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 22, 2021. We received results from the lab today (1/23) indicating 3 staff members and 2 residents tested positive for the COVID 19 virus. We have moved both residents to our isolation unit. We have initiated our surge staffing plan. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with our ongoing efforts. We have returned several staff members back to work this week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 22, 2021

We have conducted additional surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 22, 2021. We received results from the lab today indicating 1 staff member tested positive for the COVID 19 virus. We have moved 0 residents to our isolation unit. We have initiated our surge staffing plan and staffing is stable. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with our ongoing efforts. We have returned several staff members back to work this week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available.

Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 20, 2021

We have conducted additional facility-wide surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 19th. We received results from the lab today indicating 7 staff members and 1 resident positive for the COVID-19 virus. We have moved the resident to our isolation unit. We have initiated our surge staffing plan and staffing is stable. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with ongoing efforts. We have also returned several staff members back to work this week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 19, 2021

We have conducted additional facility-wide surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 18th. We received results from the lab today indicating 5 staff members and 12 residents are positive for the COVID-19 virus. No nursing staff members tested positive, however. We have moved the residents to our isolation unit. We have initiated our surge staffing plan and staffing is stable. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with ongoing efforts. We have also returned several staff members back to work this week. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 14, 2021

We have conducted additional facility-wide surveillance testing of staff and residents on January 13th. We received results from the lab today indicating 8 staff members are positive for the COVID-19 virus and 1 additional resident. We have moved the resident to our isolation unit. We have initiated our surge staffing plan. Facility operations and staffing remain stable with additional staffing measures taken to fill any vacancies with ongoing efforts. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 13, 2021

We have conducted additional facility-wide surveillance testing of residents on January 12th. We received results from the lab today indicating 21 residents are positive for the COVID-19 virus. We have moved affected residents to new isolation units within the building. They are receiving additional monitoring and care as indicated. We have initiated our surge staffing plan. However, facility operations and staffing remain stable. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 12, 2021

Today, we conducted our first series of COVID-19 vaccinations for staff and residents. The vaccines were administered in partnership with CVS pharmacy. Monitoring for any adverse reactions is ongoing, but at the time of this posting, all staff and residents are tolerating the vaccine well. Our next vaccination date is scheduled for February 2, 2021.

We have conducted additional facility-wide rapid testing of staff members. We detected 3 staff members positive through rapid testing procedures. The staff members have been promptly restricted from work. Facility operations and staffing remain stable and in good order. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 10, 2021

We have received results from additional facility-wide testing. We detected 2 additional staff members and 10 residents with a positive COVID-19 test result. The staff members have been promptly restricted from work. The residents have been moved to our isolation unit. Facility operations and staffing remain stable and in good order. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 8, 2021

The nursing staff conducted a second round of facility-wide testing of our staff on January 7th of this week. We did detect 4 staff members with a positive rapid test result. The staff members have been promptly restricted from work. Facility operations and staffing remain stable and in good order. Additional contact tracing and surveillance testing will be conducted to identify any potential asymptomatic staff or residents. Facility operations and staffing remain stable. We will post any additional information as it becomes available. Please call the facility if you have any questions or our Hotline remains available at 609-202-1243.


January 6, 2021

The nursing staff conducted facility-wide testing of our staff on January 5th this week. No staff members were positive from this week’s surveillance testing. Facility operations and staffing remain stable and in good order. Additional resident testing will be completed this week.


January 4, 2021

Additional contact tracing and testing were completed for residents on January 3rd. 1 resident was detected with a positive result. the resident was promptly moved to our isolation unit for observation and care. Facility operations and staffing have not been adversely affected. We will continue with weekly surveillance testing and rapid testing as needed per the NJDPH, CMS, and local guidelines.


December 31, 2020

The nursing staff conducted facility-wide testing of our residents and staff as per the CMS and NJDPH guidelines this week. No residents were positive from this week’s surveillance testing. However, 3 staff members were detected as positive for the COVID-19 virus. The staff members have been promptly restricted from work. Additional follow up contact tracing and surveillance testing will be completed. Facility operations and staffing have not been adversely affected.

We will continue with weekly surveillance testing and rapid testing as needed per the NJDPH, CMS, and local guidelines.


December 24, 2020

The nursing staff conducted facility-wide testing of our residents and staff as per the CMS and NJDPH guidelines. We have received notice from our laboratory of 1 resident with a positive COVID-19 result. The positive resident has been promptly moved to our isolation wing for close monitoring and treatment in a separate area of our building. The resident is receiving appropriate medical care under the direction of our medical director. Facility operations and staffing have not been adversely affected.

We will continue with weekly surveillance testing and rapid testing as needed per the NJDPH, CMS, and local guidelines.


December 17, 2020

This past Wednesday, December 16th EAGLEVIEW conducted facility-wide testing of our residents and staff as per the NJ-DOH guidelines. We have received notice from our laboratory of two residents testing positive and 2 staff members tested positive. (One staff member has been on quarantine since 11/30 and due to exposure in the community and was tested before returning to work. This employee did not return work before testing positive).

The positive residents have been promptly moved to our isolation wing for close monitoring and treatment in a separate area of our building. They are receiving appropriate medical care under the direction of our medical director. Normal operations have not been adversely affected and our staffing is fine to meet all required care.

We will continue with weekly surveillance testing and rapid testing as needed per the NJDPH, CMS, and local guidelines.

Resident safety is our top priority. We are doing everything we can to ensure we prevent the possibility of the spread of COVID-19 within our facility, including staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking all the appropriate steps.

Please call the main facility phone line to ask for the nursing department Director of Nursing or Administrator for any updates or questions.

You may also call a 24-hour hotline that will be available at 609-202-1243.


December 4, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of all staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We will continue to conduct weekly surveillance testing per CMS, the NJDPH, and the Executive Order 20-026. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work.


November 27, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of all staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We will continue to conduct weekly surveillance testing per CMS, the NJDPH, and the Executive Order 20-026. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work.


November 23, 2020

Please be advised that our county has recently been designated as High Risk per the State of New Jersey Department of Public health CALI score. We will have to restrict indoor visitation per the Executive Order until we return to a Moderate Risk category. We can continue with outdoor visitation, weather permitting, and with virtual visitation. Please contact Sarah Ridgeway for a virtual visit.


November 20, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of all staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We will continue to conduct weekly surveillance testing per CMS


November 13, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of all staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We will continue to conduct weekly surveillance testing per CMS, the NJDPH and the Executive Order 20-026. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work.


November 6, 2020 

Per the State of New Jersey Department of Health Executive Directive No. 20-026, Eagleview Healthcare and Rehabilitation will be allowing indoor visitations. Indoor visitations will be held inside in the front lobby of the building from 1 PM  5 PM on prearranged scheduled days beginning November 12, 2020. 

Prior to your indoor visitation, an informed consent form must be filled out by both the visitor and resident (or authorized agent) and an agreement to follow guidelines for indoor visitation. Rules for engagement include: 

  1. An appointment must be made prior to visitation.No appointment = no visit. Outdoor visitations are always preferred. Please contact the receptionist at 856-451-5000 to schedule a day and time.  
  2. Visits may last for a 30-minute duration. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your visit appointment time to complete pre-screening.
  3. Understand that visitations could be canceled if circumstances do not permit visits that day.
  4. The resident (or authorized representative) and visitor must sign an informed consent form prior to visitation(s).
  5. Only one visitor per visit for indoor visitations. No visitor younger than 18 years of age.
  6. Visitor temperature obtained, screening and visitor guidelines must be filled out and signed prior to visitation by all visitors.
  7. The resident must wear a mask or face covering at all times. The visitor must wear a mask or face covering at all times. No mask or face covering = no visitation.
  8. Maintain a distance of 6 feet between the visitor and the resident during your visit.
  9. Remain in the designated area during your visit, movement in the facility is limited to designated areas only
  10. Food is NOT permitted during visits. You may bring items for the resident, but packages must be left in the vestibule. 
  11. Visitor will NOT be able to use the facility’s restrooms during their visit.
  12. For the safety of the resident(s), Eagleview reserves the right to decrease or discontinue the visit(s) without prior notification
  13. Indoor visitations are determined by the county’s COVID-19 positivity rate (Salem and Cumberland County). If the positivity rate is<5%, then visitations may occur. However, if it goes above 5%, then indoor visits are canceled until further notice. 

Please remember that during the visitation there cannot be any hugging or touching and this may upset the resident. If this is something you believe your family member will not be able to adjust to, please do not schedule a visit with them and continue with window visits and video conferencing. 

We appreciate your support and understanding as we try to accommodate socially responsible visitation. 


November 6, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of all staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridgeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


October 30, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted surveillance testing of ALL staff and ALL residents this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff and residents are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridgeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


October 23, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine weekly surveillance testing of ALL staff members this week. We did detect 1 staff member positive for the CVOID-19 virus. We have promptly restricted this PRN staff member from work. As a result, we are conducting surveillance testing of all residents at this time. We will report any positive results as soon as they become available. We continue to follow NJDPH, CMS, and CDC guidelines in our battle to prevent the spread of this virus. Our operations, staffing, and PPE supplies remain stable and in good condition. Please feel free to call with any questions you may have.


October 16, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine weekly surveillance testing of ALL staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridgeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


October 9, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine weekly surveillance testing of ALL staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility.


October 2, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine surveillance testing of ALL staff members this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff and residents are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility.


September 18, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff has been conducting weekly surveillance testing of staff members per the State of New Jersey Executive Directive 20-026 over the past weeks. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff and residents have been negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility. We will continue to perform weekly surveillance testing of staff members per the Directive. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridgeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


August 20, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine surveillance testing of ALL residents and staff this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results for staff and residents are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridgeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


August 6, 2020

Eagleview nursing staff conducted our routine surveillance testing of ALL residents and staff this week. We are pleased to report ALL test results are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility. We want to thank our amazing, dedicated staff members for their diligent efforts and safe practices during work and while away from work. We continue to welcome outside visitation by appointment and offer virtual visits via Face Time or Zoom. Please contact our Activities Director, Sarah Ridegeway for more information regarding virtual visits and the receptionist for outside visits.


July 24, 2020

We conducted surveillance testing of all staff and residents again this week. All results are negative for the COVID-19 virus. We remain a COVID-free facility.
We have been conducting surveillance testing of all staff and residents since before Memorial Day. And we have been COVID-free among all staff and residents since May 27th. We will continue with our surveillance testing strategy in order to proactively identify any potential asymptomatic residents or staff.
We are so grateful to our staff for their tireless dedication to our residents and this home. We deeply appreciate everyone’s efforts to remain safe during work and while away from work by practicing social distancing and good infection control practices. We are so proud of our staff’s efforts to keep our residents safe.


July 7, 2020

Per the State of New Jersey Department of Health Executive Directive No. 20-017, Eagleview Healthcare and Rehabilitation will be allowing outdoor visitations. Outdoor visitations will be held outside in the front of the building from 1PM-5PM on prearranged scheduled days. Prior to your outdoor visitation, an informed consent form must be filled out by both the visitor and resident (or authorized agent). Rules for engagement include:

1. An appointment must be made prior to visitation. Please contact the receptionist at 856-451-5000 to schedule a day and time.

2. Visits may last for a 30 minute duration. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your visit appointment time to complete pre-screening.

3. Understand that visitations could be canceled if the weather does not permit visits that day.

4. The resident (or authorized representative) and visitor must sign an informed consent form prior to visitation(s).

5. Only two visitors per visit. No visitor younger than 18 years of age.

6. Visitor temperature obtained and screening must be filled out prior to visitation by all visitors.

7. The resident must wear a mask or face covering at all times. The visitor must wear a mask or face covering at all times. No mask or face covering = no visitation.

8. Maintain a distance of 6 feet between the visitor(s) and the resident during your visit.

9. Remain in the designated area during your visit.

10. Food is NOT permitted during visits. You may bring items for the resident, but packages must be left in the vestibule. The visitor(s) may bring their own water if they want, but cannot share with the resident. Do NOT drink during the visitation (remember masks must be worn at all times).

11. Visitor(s) will NOT be able to use the facility’s restrooms during your visit.

12. For the safety of the resident(s), Eagleview reserves the right to decrease or discontinue the visit(s) without prior notification

Please remember that during the visitation there cannot be any hugging or touching and this may upset the resident. If this is something you believe your family member will not be able to adjust to, please do not schedule a visit with them and continue with window visits and video conferencing.

We appreciate your support and understanding as we try to accommodate socially responsible visitation.


May 29, 2020

On Wednesday, May 27th Eagleview in collaboration with Salem Hospital conducted facility-wide testing of all residents and staff members. We are pleased to report that 100% of the results were negative for COVID-19 among all the staff and residents that we tested. We appreciate the partnership and support from our colleagues at Salem Hospital. They were an excellent team of professionals to work with. And it was a true joint effort to accomplish over 160 tests in a single day. We also want to thank our amazing staff for the good job they are doing every day to protect themselves and our residents by maintaining safe practices while away from work.


March 26, 2020

Today, we had one employee report a positive COVID-19 test result to the nursing home. This employee has been promptly restricted from duty.


May 22, 2020

In keeping in compliance with all State and Regulatory agencies, EAGLEVIEW is obliged to inform families and staff when one of our residents or staff members has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus

This past Wednesday May 20th EAGLEVIEW conducted a facility-wide testing of our residents and staff as per the NJ-DOH guidelines. We have received notice from our laboratory of three of our residents and one staff member has tested positive. We wish to advise you, the family members, that the positive residents are being isolated off in a separate area of our building and are receiving appropriate medical care under the direction of our medical director. The staff member has been removed from the schedule and will return to work after following the guidance provided by the CDC and the NJ DOH.

Normal operations have not been adversely affected and our staffing is fine to meet all required care.

As mentioned the first round of testing was completed on May 20th, a second mandated testing will be completed on Wednesday, May 27th

Resident safety is our top priority. We are doing everything we can to ensure we prevent the possibility of the spread of COVID-19 within our facility, including staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking all the appropriate steps.

Family members are encouraged to connect with their loved ones through video chat, calling, texting, or social media.


May 4, 2020

Eagleview Health & Rehabilitation currently has zero (0) active cases of COVID-19 at this time. We will promptly provide further updates if any new cases develop. Please know we are actively following all local and state health department, CMS, and CDC guidelines to ensure the protection of your family members. We will endeavor to keep you informed at all times. Thank you for your support and understanding. We are always available to answer any questions you may have.