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Wednesday, September 15th COVID-19 Update

Dear San Simeon Residents and Family Members, I am very pleased to report that we have achieved 100% fully vaccinated among our resident population. In addition, we are currently at 90% of all employees vaccinated. We continue to encourage our staff to become vaccinated and expect our team to be 100% vaccinated in the next […]

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National Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness Month

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) affects nearly seven million Americans, greatly increasing their risk for developing coronary artery disease and other health conditions. As September is National Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness Month, we are going to provide you with information on PAD along with some steps you can take to help prevent you from developing this […]

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Happy Labor Day from San Simeon

From all of our staff and residents, Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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Patient-Centered Long-Term Care

Choosing the best long-term care facility for you or a loved one can be a stressful process. At San Simeon, we try and make this decision easier for you.

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Happy 75th Anniversary Tina and Leroy!

This week we celebrated Tina and Leroy Barnes’ 75th wedding anniversary. The San Simeon staff surprised them with a handmade card, their family had their favorite foods specially delivered, and Keith Hart regaled the couple with live music! Take a look at these photos to see the happy couple enjoying this heartwarming milestone.

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Tuesday, August 10th COVID-19 Update

Dear Residents and Family Members, Out of an abundance of caution we have decided to modify our visitation policy. Effective Wednesday, August 11, 2021 we are suspending visitation on the resident units and will have visitation occur in daycare common area, or daycare outdoor area, weather permitting. Therefore, please report to the main entrance prior […]

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August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

With the devastating impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had throughout the world, immunization awareness is as relevant as ever. In this article, we are going to discuss facts pertaining to the immunization for various health conditions along with some helpful information on the vaccination process.

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Hearing Health

The sense of hearing gives you the ability to enjoy your favorite music, helps you comprehend verbal communications, and can provide you with a deeper understanding of what is happening in your immediate environment. As we grow older, hearing loss becomes an extremely common condition. Fortunately, there are ways to effectively cope with age-related hearing […]

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Friday, July 16th COVID-19 Update

Dear Residents and Family Members, We have revised the visitation procedures, effective Monday July 19th as follows: We have added two additional visitation slots per time slot, increasing the total capacity of visitors allowed in the building per day. We can now allow visitation to occur in the day rooms on the resident units, the […]

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Wednesday, July 7th COVID-19 Update

Dear Residents and Family Members, I am pleased to report we continue to remain COVID free among our residents. Additionally, there have also been no new positive cases among our staff members for several weeks now. As you are likely aware, due to the declining infection rates, the Governor has allowed most of the Executive […]

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