Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics have been scheduled at each of Lorien Health Services’ buildings.
For more information about the Covid-19 vaccination please click here:
Updates to families and employees from Lou Grimmel CEO, click here.
Team Vaccination Letter (1.12.21): Click Here
Current Visitor Policy: Lorien Health Services is restricting visitors and non-essential health care personnel, except for certain compassionate care situations, such as an end-of-life situation on a case to case basis.
Governor’s executive order- Mandatory masking in the community to begin on Saturday, April 18, 2020
Lorien's response to Governor Hogan's Stay at Home Executive Order (3.30.2020): Read Here
A letter from CEO Lou Grimmel, Sr. can be read here
offering various creative ideas on how families can connect with our residents (3.23.2020).
FAQS (4.16.20): Click Here
If you have recently visited one of our communities, it is URGENT that you click here.
We encourage you to reach out to us if you have specific questions and/or concerns. Please click here or contact our Compliance Line at 1-855-859-0809.
Please use the below links for more information:
CDC: Center for Disease Control
ACHA: American Health Care Association
CMS: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Q: What is 2019 Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19?
A: Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that usually cause mild illness, like the common cold. COVID-19 is a new virus within that family, which can cause illness that is more severe than the common cold.
Q: What is the risk to the U.S. public right now?
A: Experts predict that in the coming weeks and months, we can expect to see more cases in the United States and worldwide. “Community” spread is how the common cold and flu is transmitted — meaning people catch it from each other while going about their daily lives. Reported community spread of COVID-19 in parts of the U.S. raises the level of concern about the immediate threat for the affected communities.
Q: How do I prevent myself from becoming infected with COVID-19?
A: Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
CDC Coronavirus Information and Prevention Links
Maryland Department of Health and Maryland Department of Aging resources: