Christian Health takes extraordinary precautionary measures in providing care for the most at-risk population in our community. We continue to implement all New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations pertaining to COVID-19 prevention and control. We are committed to keeping everyone on our campuses and the community safe and healthy!
We are extremely proud to share that all Christian Health team members are 100% in compliance with our organization’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy.
We welcome spring and continue to welcome visitors to our Wyckoff and Wayne campuses to connect with their loved ones! As we receive guidance from NJDOH and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services about new ways residents and patients can safely resume a variety of activities, we are happy to share this information with you.
Suggested Visiting Hours
Heritage Manor / Bolger Short-term Rehab: 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Southgate Special Care: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Longview: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health: Please call (201) 848-4248.
As of Saturday, May 21, 2022, Christian Health's current results for residents and patients in our care settings with a facility-onset COVID-19-positive diagnosis are available below. All positive residents/patients in long-term care are being safely cared for in a cohort in compliance with CDC and NJDOH guidelines.
Heritage Manor is COVID-19 free.
Longview has one COVID-19 positive resident.
Southgate Special Care is COVID-19 free.
Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health is COVID-19 free.
Among the hundreds of employees across our long-term/post-acute care, and assisted living communities, there are currently no COVID-19 positive cases that have been realized through in-house testing of team members. We follow all CDC guidelines for team members testing positive outside of work.
Christian Health continues to support our acute-care partners to meet the community's health-care needs. We are accepting admissions from local acute-care hospitals and some of these new admissions may be COVID-19 positive. These individuals are not identified in the counts of facility-onset COVID-19 above. These new residents/patients come to us for care to complete their recovery following hospitalization. They are tested before admission, upon arrival, and move into an established unit used to safely cohort new admissions.