The DHMC Clinic staff and KaH nursing staff will provide flu clinics in the Gathering Room to Independent Living residents on Wednesday, October 27, and Thursday, October 28th, by building block at the following times: Scattergood: Wednesday, Oct. 27th from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Firbank: Wednesday, Oct. 27th from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Mott: Wednesday, […]
COVID-19 Cases: We currently have four active cases of the virus within our resident population – two in Independent Living and two in our Health Center. We are currently awaiting test results from Saturday’s testing of staff, but all additional residents’ tests from last week were negative. There will be a second round of testing […]
Two Additional Residents Test Positive Following contact tracing testing earlier this week, two more residents have tested positive for COVID-19; one Independent Living resident and one Health Center resident. This now brings the total to two Independent Living residents and two Health Center residents who have the virus. We believe there were two original sources […]
Health Center Resident Tests Positive A symptomatic Health Center resident has tested positive for COVID-19 when given a rapid antigen test earlier today. A more reliable PCR test is being processed, but we anticipate it will also result in a positive test. The affected resident is being closely monitored. We are currently conducting contact tracing. […]
Here is today’s Coffee Hour on YouTube for the Residents’ Website. https://youtu.be/sDbCm445Iiw Thank you, Jeff
Ten-digit dialing to be required for local calls Effective October 24, 2021, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will require calls within New Hampshire to contain the three-digit area code, EVEN WHEN THIS MAY BE A LOCAL CALL. For example, beginning October 24, to call Reception, you will have to dial (603) 643-8900. New Hampshire’s […]
Masks: Please ensure you are properly wearing your mask while in indoor common spaces throughout the KaH community. This means completely covering your nose and mouth. The State is preparing for a surge in cases this fall.