June 30, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

As our state moves into stage five, we have begun to receive guidance on re-opening some of our services.  Over the next few days, our Infection Control Committee will begin to work on creating timelines and procedures for the following:

1.      Re-opening the Beauty Shop

2.      Ancillary Services 

3.      New Admissions

4.      Doctor’s appointments

5.      Attending Weddings and Funerals

6.      Updated Visitation Guidance

7.      Communal Dinning

8.      Group Activities

9.      Essential Care Givers

10.  Resident Use of Common Areas

11.  Social Distancing/ PPE Education for Residents

12.  Resident Use of Outdoor Areas

 

We will have all policies and procedures along with the timeline of dates for implementation to you by July 15,2020.  It will take time to implement our normal service with the new COVID 19 regulations.  Things will be different as services are still not allowed in the same way as they were before the pandemic.  We are excited to begin to offer, in modified way, the things our residents enjoy the most.  Please pray for our Infection Control Committee as we plan and implement the new ISDH guidance.  Let us continue to pray for the Health and Safety of our St. Paul Hermitage Community.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 29, 2020

 

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

As we begin signing up again for outdoor visitation, I wanted to remind you about our outdoor visitation process. Please see below some reminders regarding our process that will help things go smoothly.  

 

1.      You must sign up by noon the day prior to your visit.  We will not be able to let you stay for a visit if you have not signed up in advance.  

2.      Each Resident may only have two visitors per assigned patio time. Please do not bring extra people.  We will not be able to accommodate a third person as we must have six feet between each person on our patio.  We have space for twenty residents with two guests.  

3.      Outdoor visitation will take place on our residential patio.  

4.      You will check in for your visit from our north parking lot.  The north parking lot is connected to the main parking lot.  We will have signs directing you.

5.      We will need to utilize most of the North Parking Lot for our check in process.  We need to create a line for check in that allows social distancing.  We will have a few spots set aside for individuals who need to park close due to mobility issues.

6.      Residents, staff, and visitors will be required to wear a face mask.  Please bring your own face mask if you have one.

7.      Visiting areas will be set up with six feet in between each visitor and resident.  Staff will be assigned to monitor to ensure that social distancing practices are followed throughout the visit.

8.      We are asking that family members bring their own lawn chairs to use while the are visiting.  We will disinfect the resident’s chairs in between each visit.

9.      All visitors will be trained in hand hygiene during their first visit.  All visitors must demonstrate and pass a skill check off administered by our nursing staff prior to beginning their first visit.  Hand hygiene will be required before and after each visit.

10.  All visitors will be screened for fever, cough, sore throat, and shortness of breath prior to beginning their visitation.  If any symptoms are present, visitation will not be allowed.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

We found out today that our remaining tests were lost.  In consultation with ISDH and Dr. Daniel Hurley, it was determined that the tests that were lost do not need to be done again.  Our facility has gone for 14 days with no one showing signs or symptoms of COVID 19.  We have been isolating in place.  ISDH does not feel that we need to redo the tests as the risk for contagion is past.  We have offered staff and residents/resident POA’s the option to retest.  Currently, no one is interested in have their COVID 19 test redone. 

 

Please let me know if you have any questions.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 28, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

We will begin outdoor visitation on Thursday July 2.  You can begin signing up for outdoor visitation times by calling 317-786-2261 ex. 0 on Tuesday June 30.  Our residents and staff are looking forward to beginning outdoor visitation.  See below for a reminder of days and times for each floor.

 

Health Care Outdoor Family Visitation will take place Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (this week Thursday and Saturday).

 

Afternoon Hours:

A Hall 1:15 pm-2:15 pm

B Hall 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm

 

Evening Hours:

A Hall 5:30 pm- 6:30 pm

B Hall 7:00 pm- 8:00 pm

 

Residential Outdoor Family Visitation will take place Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday (this week Friday and Sunday).

 

Afternoon Hours:

1st Floor 1:00 pm- 2:00 pm

2nd Floor 2:15 pm- 3:15 pm

3rd Floor 3:30 pm- 4:30 pm

 

Evening Hours:

1st Floor 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm

2nd Floor 6:15 pm- 7:15 pm

3rd Floor 7:30 pm- 8:30 pm

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Eight of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  One staff member is currently off awaiting clearance to return to work.  We have four resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know.  We have ten staff tests pending. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Let us pray for our St. Paul Hermitage community, family, and friends that we might all stay healthy.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 27, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Today’s responsorial psalm for mass says, “I will sing the goodness of the Lord!” God is good all the time and graciously bestows both love and gifts on us each day. Join in the chorus of praise today as you reflect on God’s goodness in YOUR life!

 

Today we received most of our outstanding test results.  We have received thirteen staff tests and thirty-two resident tests back.  They all came back negative.  We are very grateful for the good news.  We are still waiting on fourteen tests.  

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Eight of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  One of our staff members is currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests and is awaiting clearance to return to work. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Let us pray for our St. Paul Hermitage community, family, and friends that we might all stay healthy.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 26, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

I have logged into my account with our lab more times than I can count.  Unfortunately, our tests still show as processing.  I spoke with our account manager.  She said that they have had an overwhelming about of testing sent in from long-term care and assisted living facilities in the past two weeks.  As the ISDH test results came back, facilities with positive staff members all began to test residents.  This is the new process for us. The labs in our area were not prepared for the volume of tests they have received.  I am hopeful that the results will start coming in this weekend.  I read a quote today about patience that made me pause as I checked and rechecked for the lab results.  It said, “Patience is the calm acceptance that things can happen in a different order than the one I had in mind.”  In today’s letter I wanted to share all our results, but today had other things in store.  Let us hope that tomorrows letter starts with ALLUELA, the test results are in!

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  They are awaiting clearance to return to work.  We have thirty-six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know.  We have 23 staff tests pending. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Let us pray for our St. Paul Hermitage community, family, and friends that we might all stay healthy.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 25, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

We are now finished with our COVID 19 testing.  I am praying for a quick turn around with results.  I will update you each evening with the results as they come in.  You will be notified personally when your loved one’s test comes back.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  They are awaiting clearance to return to work.  We have thirty-six resident tests pending.  We have twenty-three staff tests pending. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 24, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Today we finished testing our Residential residents and most of our staff.  The remaining staff that needs to be tested work overnight.  They will be tested in the wee hours of the morning.  We should have all our tests back before the weekend.  If all tests come back negative, we will be able to set a date to begin outdoor visitation towards the end of next week.  

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  They are awaiting clearance to return to work.  We have thirty-six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know.  We have 18 staff tests pending. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents

 

This evening is beautiful, and I am currently spending some time on our back patio.  I look forward to the coming days when you will be able to join us again. Please know of my prayers for you as we wait for returned tests results.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

 

June 23, 2020

 

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

We had one more of our Employee COVID 19 tests come back.  It was negative.  We are grateful for the continued good news and good health.  Praise be to God!

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  I spoke with our nursing staff member who was symptomatic, and she has returned to good health.  Both of our staff members who asymptomatic and are awaiting clearance to return to work.  We have two staff tests pending.  We have twenty-six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents

 

Today we tested 20 of our Residential Residents.  We will test the remaining Residential residents and staff tomorrow.  We will need to retest six residents in Health Care whose sample came back inadequate.  This can happen if someone moves their head during  test.  Let us continue to pray for positive outcomes and good health.  

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 22, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Today we received COVID 19 test results of five of our employees.  They all came back negative!  We are grateful for the good news. 

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  All out residents are in good health currently.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  One is symptomatic and one is asymptomatic.  We have three staff tests pending.  We have six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know. We will test our residential residents on Monday as a precautionary measure.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents

 

Today we were planning on having our residential residents and nursing staff tested.  However, our test kits that were scheduled to arrive through Fed Ex over the weekend still have not arrived.  The tracking system says that the package is out for delivery. Our staff has been working with the lab to resolve the issue.  The lab is going to drop off test kits tomorrow morning so that we can complete our resident tests. We will wait for our Fed Ex shipment to come and finish our staff testing.  I apologize for the delay.  We will test our residential residents as soon as possible tomorrow.  Thank you for your understanding.  

 

Let us continue to give thanks for the many blessings that we have received.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

 

 

 

 

June 21, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Today was a beautiful day.  Our residents enjoyed some patio time.  We also had many window visits and care packages to honor our fathers.  Thank you for helping to make their day special even though we were not able to visit with you outdoors.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  One is symptomatic and one is asymptomatic.  We have 8 staff tests pending.  We have six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results, we will let you know. We will test our residential residents on Monday as a precautionary measure.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents. Tomorrow our residential residents will be tested.  We will also have staff tested who have been in contact with our COVID positive staff.

 

This week our Monastic Community is on retreat.  I ask for your prayers for my community as they enter their weeklong retreat this evening.  Please know of that the sisters will be praying for St. Paul Hermitage during this sacred time.  Two of our sisters who serve at St. Paul Hermitage will be on retreat this week.  Please hold Sr. Margaret Ann and Sr. Susan Marie in your prayers as they enter into retreat.  Sr. Helen and I make take retreat at a different time once the pandemic is over.  

 

Let us continue to pray for our staff member who is currently ill and symptomatic with COVID 19.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 20, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

I have some wonderful news to share with you today.  We received 39 of our Health Care Residents tests back.  They were all negative for COVID 19.  We also received 20 of our staff tests back.  They were all negative as well.  Let us continue to give thanks for good health among our residents.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  One is symptomatic and one is asymptomatic.  We have 8 staff tests pending.  We have six resident tests pending.  As soon as we receive these results we will let you know. We will test our residential residents on Monday as a precautionary measure.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

This weekend the sun is shinning bright.  Our residents did enjoy some time outdoors prior to the heat of the day.  Tomorrow we celebrate Father’s Dad.  Sr. Susan Marie has written a poem to honor the father’s who are in residence here at St. Paul Hermitage.  I wanted to share it with you.

 

Fathers help to create children,

without them, no kids would be had;

but it takes a special kind of man

to merit the title of “Dad.”

A dad takes his turn changing diapers,

helps his children as they learn to walk,

gives them chances to try out their learning,

but watches with care, like a hawk.

A dad will tell jokes that are corny,

will wipe away tears when they fall.

A dad will help out with homework

and go to the yard to play ball.

A dad will forgive wrongs that happen,

with love correct and advise.

A dad’s heart is filled with compassion.

A dad is both gentle and wise.

So, today as we celebrate fathers,

Know that we celebrate YOU

a father who’s also a daddy,

whose heart is both tender and true.

As you think about being a father,

I hope that the memories are glad.

May your children be for you a blessing.

May you enjoy being their dad!

Sr.Susan Marie, OSB 2020

 

 

Blessings to each of you as you celebrate Father’s Day.  May it be a day filled with grace as we remember and honor the fathers’ in our life. 

 

Let us continue to pray for our staff member who is currently ill and symptomatic with COVID 19.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 19, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Today we found out that one of our residential nursing staff members tested positive for COVID 19.  The individual has been out of town and not in the building for over a week.  In consultation, with ISDH and Dr. Daniel Hurley we will be testing all our residential residents on Monday June 22.  We will also be testing all our residential nursing staff.  

 

We are still waiting on some of our baseline test results to come in.  ISDH is going to be giving administrators access to the results database, however we do not have access yet.  Many of our staff have begun to receive results in the mail.  As they turn them into me, I will report them to you

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had nine COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  Two of our staff members are currently off due to positive COVID 19 tests.  One is symptomatic and one is asymptomatic.  We have 28 staff tests pending.  We have 45 resident tests pending.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Let us continue to hold one another in prayer.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 18, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

We are still waiting on some of our baseline test results to come in. They have sent some of the results through the mail.  It is taking longer than we expected.  We had ten more tests come back today. They were all negative. Since we had one staff member test positive, who worked in the Health Care Center, we are testing all Health Center staff.  Testing was conducted today.  We will continue testing through 6/22/2020.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  One of our staff is out currently who tested positive again at our baseline testing.  We have 45 resident tests pending.  We have 25 staff tests pending. We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Our residents continue to enjoy time outdoors.  The weather has been beautiful! We are grateful for the sunshine.  Our residents also have enjoyed window visits and virtual chats.  

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 17, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

We are still waiting on some of our baseline test results to come in. We had three more tests come back today. They were all negative. As I shared yesterday one of our tests came back positive. We tested all our Health Care residents today as a precautionary measure as the individual who tested positive works primarily in the Health Care Center.  The tests will be returned to us in 48-72 hours.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  One of our staff is out currently who tested positive again at our baseline testing.  We have 29 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed last week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24-hour testing period.  We had two staff members tested today who were out of town last week.  We will be testing some of our Health Care Center employees tomorrow.  They were all tested last week, but those who worked closely with our staff member who tested positive will be tested again as a precautionary measure. We have 45 resident tests pending.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Yesterday was a hard day for all of us as we received news of a positive COVID test result and the subsequent need to cancel outdoor family visitation.  It was disappointing for our whole St. Paul Hermitage Community.  I, too, grieved the fact that I had to shut down what we had just started.  However, today I was reminded of how resilient our community is and that together we will get through the coming days.  Once we are on the other side of testing, we will get to visit again outside. Let us continue to pray for one another and hold each other close even as we are apart.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 16, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Today, we continued to receive many of our baseline test results.  We have a total of fifty results that have come back.  Forty-nine of our tests are negative.  One unfortunately has come back positive.  It is someone who previously had been ill with COVID 19 back in early April.  She met the criteria to return to work from the CDC.  I have consulted with Dr. Daniel Hurley, Medical Director and ISDH.  The staff member is at home until they have two COVID 19 tests that come back negative.  This individual worked in our Health Care Center.  We will be testing all Health Care residents over the next couple of days per ISDH recommendations.  We also must cancel outside family visitation until our facility is two weeks without a positive COVID 19 tests.  I know that this is very disappointing news. 

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. Seven of our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  One of our staff is out currently.  We have 30 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed last week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24-hour testing period.  We have two staff members scheduled to be tested in the next couple of days.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

I will not be taking time off over the next couple of days.   Know my prayers for you as you receive this disappointing news regarding outdoor visitation.  I know it is hard to heard.  If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 15, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Our maintenance staff worked hard today to clean and prepare our patio for our first full week of outdoor family visitation.  We look forward to seeing many of you this week.  Please remember to sign in at the north parking lot when you arrive.  If it is your first visit, you will need to go through our hand hygiene training.  The weather continues to look great for the week ahead.  We will monitor weather closely to make sure that the weather is appropriate for outdoor visitation.  We will contact you if we need to cancel outdoor visitation due to inclement weather.

 

Today, we received several of our baseline test results.  We have a total of 30 results in and they are all negative.  We give thanks to God for continued good health in our community.  Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have 50 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed last week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24-hour testing period.  We have two staff members scheduled to be tested in the next couple of days.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

I want to let you know that I will be taking some time off in the next couple of days to go to Sr. Mary Lucien’s wake and funeral and to be with my community on my birthday.  I will be off from noon on Tuesday June 16 and all-day June 17,2020.  I will not be answering e-mails or returning phone calls until Thursday June 18.  If a situation arises and you need to contact me please call Kathy Vanderslice, Director of Nursing, 317-809-0894 or e-mail her Director.Nursing@stpaulhermitage.org.  She will contact me if it is an emergency.  Thank you for the gift of a couple days off!

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

 

 

 

 

June 14, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families, 

 

Visitation got off to a great start this weekend!  It was such a blessing to see one another.  We look forward to visits throughout the coming week. Reminder that we do not have outdoor family visitations on Mondays.  We will close our back patio each Monday for cleaning and maintenance needs.  The staff will be mowing the lawn, cleaning the chairs, and getting ready for our first full week of visits.  

 

We have found that we will need to make some adjustments to our virtual chat times and days.  We now have outdoor family visitation six days a week for 4-6 hours a day.  This requires several staff.  We will only be able to do virtual chats Tuesday-Friday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm.  You can sign up for virtual chats by contacting our Activity Directors.  

 

Our baseline test results started coming in today.  We received eight results back today.  All of them were negative.  Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have 72 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed this week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24-hour testing period.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

This week we will enjoy the last full week of spring before we officially begin the summer months.  Let us thank God for the beauty of creation and the gift of being able to spend time with one another outdoors.  If you have any questions, you can reach me at 317-213-8430 or by e-mail at administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean

June 13, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Today we had our first family visits.  It was a beautiful day.  Seeing each of you brought great joy to our residents.  The staff was also excited to see you again.  As with new process, adjustments will need to be made as things come up. Please see below some reminders regarding our process that will help things go smoothly.  

1.      You must sign up by noon the day prior to your visit.  We will not be able to let you stay for a visit if you have not signed up in advance.  

2.      Each Resident may only have two visitors per assigned patio time. Please do not bring extra people.  We will not be able to accommodate a third person as we must have six feet between each person on our patio.  We have space for twenty residents with two guests.  

3.      Outdoor visitation will take place on our residential patio. 

4.      You will check in for your visit from our north parking lot.  The north parking lot is connected to the main parking lot.  We will have signs directing you.

5.      We will need to utilize most of the North Parking Lot for our check in process.  We need to create a line for check in that allows social distancing.  We will have a few spots set aside for individuals who need to park close due to mobility issues.

6.      Residents, staff, and visitors will be required to wear a face mask.  Please bring your own face mask if you have one.

7.      Visiting areas will be set up with six feet in between each visitor and resident.  Staff will be assigned to monitoring to that social distancing practices are followed throughout the visit.

8.      We are asking that family members bring their own lawn chairs to use while the are visiting.  We will disinfect the resident’s chairs in between each visit.

9.      All visitors will be trained in hand hygiene during their first visit.  All visitors must demonstrate and pass a skill check off administered by our nursing staff prior to beginning their first visit.  Hand hygiene will be required before and after each visit.

10.  All visitors will be screened for fever, cough, sore throat, and shortness of breath prior to beginning their visitation.  If any symptoms are present, visitation will not be allowed.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have 80 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed this week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24-hour testing period.  Tests were picked up today.  We should have results in 48-72 hours.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

Please let me know if you have any questions.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean          

June 12, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Tomorrow begins our new outdoor family visitation.  We are very excited.  Please see below some reminders regarding our process.

1.      Outdoor visitation will take place on our residential patio.  

2.      You will check in for your visit from our north parking lot.  The north parking lot is connected to the main parking lot.  We will have signs directing you.

3.      We will need to utilize most of the North Parking Lot for our check in process.  We need to create a line for check in that allows social distancing.  This will take most of the North parking lot.  We will have a few spots set aside for individuals who need to park close due to mobility issues.

4.      Residents, staff, and visitors will be required to wear a face mask.  Please bring your own face mask if you have one.

5.      Visiting areas will be set up with six feet in between each visitor and resident.  Staff will be assigned to monitoring to that social distancing practices are followed throughout the visit.

6.      We are asking that family members bring their own lawn chairs to use while the are visiting.  We will disinfect the resident’s chairs in between each visit.

7.      All visitors will be trained in hand hygiene during their first visit.  All visitors must demonstrate and pass a skill check off administered by our nursing staff prior to beginning their first visit.  Hand hygiene will be required before and after each visit.

8.      All visitors will be screened for fever, cough, sore throat, and shortness of breath prior to beginning their visitation.  If any symptoms are present, visitation will not be allowed.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have 80 staff tests pending.  Baseline staff testing was completed this week except for a few staff members who were not available during the 24 hour testing period.  Tests were picked up today.  We should have results in 48-72 hours.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

Please let me know if you have any questions.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 11, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families

 

Early this morning the Indiana National Guard Medics arrived at St. Paul Hermitage to get us set up and ready to complete our employees’ baseline COVID 19 tests.  Today we tested 63 of our employees.  The remaining 17 will be tested early tomorrow morning.  We will have results back in 48-72 hours after they pick the tests up.  The National Guard will pick our tests back up tomorrow between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm.  We other employees who were not available during this 24-hour period.  They will go to an ISDH testing center.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have 80 pending staff tests because of our required baseline test.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Our staff has also been busy getting things ready for outdoor visitation this weekend.  Our check in area is ready to go via our north parking lot.  We have begun transforming our patio to accommodate social distancing.  Tomorrow our tents will go up.  We look forward to being together again this weekend.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  Email is the best way to reach me as I am often assisting in Health Care and work varied hours.  My e-mail is administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  My cell phone is 317-213-8430. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean   

June 10, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

This week has been very busy as we are preparing for our staff wide COVID testing, outdoor family visitation and the return of our “non-essential employees.”  These steps that we are taking are all a part of CMS and ISDH’s phased steps to safely begin reopening.  I have had several families ask where we are in the reopening process.  We are in phase one along with all nursing homes in Marion County.  Our first steps are staff wide testing, outdoor visitation and bringing back our full staff.  After we successfully complete these steps, the next step will be COVID 19 testing on all residents.  Of course, you will be notified when it is time for your loved one to be tested. Once that is completed, we will begin small group dining and activities.  Our staff has been very busy preparing for each of these steps in the first phase.  We ask for your prayers as we continue to prepare for each phase in the nursing home reopening process.  As a stand-alone facility, we are writing all policies based off CMS and ISDH on our own.  We are also responsible for the training and implementation of each stage.  It takes a lot of work and a lot of patience.  Your prayers for a slow, safe, and successful reopening process is appreciated.  We have been blessed with good health during this pandemic and want to ensure that this continues as we move through the phases of reopening.  We will keep you updated throughout this process.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Sr. Jennifer Mechtild, the prioress of our community, has asked me to let you know that Sr. Mary Lucien Dippel died late this afternoon.  She has been on hospice since January.  While we rejoice that she is now with God, we will miss her presence greatly.   Please hold my community, the staff, and residents in your prayers as we mourn the loss of Sr. Mary Lucien.  

 

Tomorrow is “National Make Life Beautiful Day.”  Sr. Susan Marie, who is responsible for our residential activities always knows what “national” day is happening and adds some sort of activity to the day that helps us to celebrate.  One thing that has become so apparent during this pandemic is that people make life beautiful.  Throughout this pandemic, I have not missed a thing or a place as much as I miss my community, my family and you.  Thank you for what you do to make the lives of our residents and staff so beautiful.  Your kind words, smiles and waves add so much to our day.  May we continue to spread kindness tomorrow and throughout the coming days.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  Email is the best way to reach me as I am often assisting in Health Care and work varied hours.  My e-mail is administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  My cell phone is 317-213-8430. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 9, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Today our staff received many registrations for this weekend’s family outdoor visitation.  We are very excited to begin this new form of visitation.  Our staff has been very busy preparing for these visits.  Paul has worked all day on building a pathway from our North Parking lot to our patio.  The residential residents enjoyed watching Paul create the pathway to our parking lot. We are anticipating the many blessings this weekend will hold as we are once again able to gather.

 

As I count my blessings this evening, I am grateful for the blessings of community and ministry with the elderly.  Eight years ago today I made my monastic profession.  This anniversary is a reminder to me of the gift of milestones.  As I look back on that blessed day and the years that have followed, I am grateful for my monastic community and for the gift of journeying with each other through all aspects of our life.  I am grateful for the many ways that being a part of community helps me grow into the person God is calling me to be.  As I reflected on the gift that my monastic community has been to me, I was also reminded of the gift that the St. Paul Hermitage Community has been throughout my monastic journey.  I have been in ministry here for nine years.  The residents, families and staff have truly been a gift on my monastic journey.  I thank you for the gift you are to my life.  Know that today I prayed a special prayer of gratitude for you and your loved ones.

 

To close, I want to share with you some good news with you.  Over the past two days, ISDH cam for our Infection Control and COVID 19 policy review survey.  Our survey results were deficiency free.  We received very positive feedback from ISDH on the work we have been doing here during this pandemic. Join with me in celebrating the good work our staff is doing.  I also wanted to offer my gratitude to you as have sacrificed greatly to help us keep our residents safe.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  Email is the best way to reach me as I am often assisting in Health Care and work varied hours.  My e-mail is administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.  My cell phone is 317-213-8430. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean          

June 8, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

I know that everyone is really looking forward to beginning outdoor family visitation.  Our residents and staff are excited as well.  I have some disappointing news that I need to share with you.  We are going to need to postpone starting our outdoor family visitation time until Saturday June 13.  There are two reasons that we need to wait until Saturday to begin. First, it is predicted that there will be storms throughout the day tomorrow and strong winds on Wednesday.  Because of this, we will not be able to get our outdoor area ready to meet the current ISDH requirements by Wednesday afternoon.  Second, all long-term care and residential facilities are required to complete baseline COVID 19 testing of their employees in the month of June.  These efforts are coordinated by ISDH.  I received word today that our mandatory COVID 19 tests for staff will be delivered by ISDH on Thursday morning.  All the nursing management team will be helping with this testing process.  It is required by the State of Indiana.  We were told last week that they would schedule us for a date sometime between June 15 and July 2.  We were instructed that we would have 48 hours to complete all testing.  Today ISDH informed us that they would be dropping our tests off between 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Thursday. We were advised that we would have 24 hours to complete the testing instead of 48 hours.  It is going to take all staff to implement both the new staff testing and our new family visitation.  We want to make sure that we continue to implement things well.  It has paid off so far as all our residents have remained healthy throughout the pandemic.  Thank you for your understanding, I know that this is disappointing news to receive.   You can call tomorrow to schedule your weekend visit.

 

I am attaching our new outdoor family visitation policy.  Please review the policy and let me know if you have any questions.  Please email all questions related to outdoor visitation to my work email administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. Again, I want to acknowledge how disappointing this news is to you.  We are working hard on our end to prepare for you to begin to visit your loved ones.  Know of my prayers.

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 7, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

This weekend has been filled with beautiful weather.  Our residents have been able to get out and enjoy the nice weather.  I hope you have been able to enjoy the lovely spring weather.  We look forward to beginning visiting outside together on Wednesday June 10, 2020.

 

Tomorrow I will attach our policy for outdoor family visitation. I want to reiterate a couple of points.  Each resident can only have two visitors at a time.  Currently, we are limiting visitation to a spouse or significant other, and children of residents.  For our residents who do not have a spouse, significant other or children, we will allow them to select 4-6 individuals that they would like to visit them.  We want to keep it small to help continue to minimize the risk of exposure to our residents.    Family members are limited to one visiting time per day.   We are only able to have 20 residents and their guests on the patio at a time.  You cannot sign up for both a morning and an afternoon spot.  We want to make sure that all residents can have some outdoor family visitation time. Thank you for your attention to the guidelines.  

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Today is Holy Trinity Sunday, a day when we celebrate God the Creator, Son and Spirit.  It is also a day that we celebrate community.  Know that I am grateful for the important part that you play in our community.  To close this letter, I wanted to share a prayer to the Trinity.

 

We bind ourselves, O God, today, to the strong name of the Trinity.

And we name you: Three in One, One in Three;

And claim our place in your community of love.

Be with us, within us, behind us, before us.

May we be your comfort, your restoration,

And your peace and wholeness in the world.

Amen.

 

We thank you for your patience as we get things ready for you.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns about the new outdoor family visitation.    You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 6, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Today, I wanted to answer a few more questions regarding our outdoor family visitation and other services.

 

Will Residential Residents still be able to have patio time and outdoor walking time when we begin family visitation?

·       Residential residents will still be able to have patio time and outdoor walking time from 9:00 am-11:15 am.

Will we still be able to schedule virtual chat times?

·       Virtual chat times will still be available.  We will be changing the virtual chat times from the afternoon to the morning.  You can schedule virtual chats from 9:00 am- 11:30 am.  Please honor the time schedule, as outdoor family visitation is going to require a significant number of staff.  Please do not schedule a virtual chat on the same day that you have an outdoor visit scheduled.

Will the visitation area be in a sunny area?

·       Our back patio is in a sunny area.  We will be putting up a couple of tents to help create shade, but there will be some areas with direct sunlight.  We have purchased some chair umbrellas for the residents.  Families may want to bring sunglasses and umbrella in case you end up visiting in a sunny area.  We will provide shade for all residents.  If we have chair umbrellas left once all residents are situated.

Are window visits still allowed?

·       Window visits are still allowed.  If you come during the outdoor visitation time to window visit, staff assistance will be limited.  We are dividing our staff based on the number of residents outdoors and indoors.  The staff remaining indoors will need to devote their time to resident care activities.

Will dinner times be altered?

·       Residential dining times will remain the same.  Health Care dining times will begin at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.  This will provide them the time that they need to eat and not be rushed.

When will the beauty shop open?

·       ISDH has not given permission to open the beauty shop as they do not consider it an essential service.  I do not anticipate that changing until late July.

What if my parent refuses to come outside?

·       Our staff will do what we can to encourage residents to come to their scheduled visits.  We are not able to force anyone to come outside.  If your family member refuses, we can try again at another time.

What if my loved one needs care during our visit?

·       We will have nurses, certified nursing assistants and patient care assistants available to help.

Can family members bring food?

·       You may bring food and drinks to your loved one.  You may not share food and drinks.  Staff will need to assist with the delivery of food.

Can we hug, kiss, or touch our loved one?

·       As hard as it is, we are required to make sure social distancing is maintained at all times.  If this guideline is not followed, the visit will need to end.

Can residential residents visit with their spouse on Health Care?

·       Our residential residents can sign up to visit with their spouse on Health Care.  They will follow the same process as family members in regard to signing up.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

We are excited to begin training and implementing our new outdoor family visitation policy.  We look forward to seeing all of you again mid-week.  Please continue to send me your questions. You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 5, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

I have received several questions regarding the new outdoor family visitation that will begin next week.  I would like to answer some of these questions for the whole group. 

 

When and how can we sign up for visitation?

1.      You can begin signing up for outdoor visitation times on Tuesday June 9,2020.

2.      You can sign up by calling our main number 317-786-2261 ex. 0.  Our receptionist will sign you up for your visit.  You must sign up by noon the day before your outdoor visit.  Please do not call prior to June 9, 2020 to arrange visitation.  We must have time to train our staff on the new procedures.  Thank you for being attentive to this matter.

3.      We will only have time slots for one week at a time.  You will be asked the following information.

·       Your Name

·       Your Resident’s Name

·       Your relationship to your Resident

·       Contact phone number

·       Date and Time of Visit

·       If you need to park in the North Parking Lot

 

Where will outdoor visitation take place?

1.      Outdoor visitation will take place on our residential patio.  

2.      You will check in for your visit from our north parking lot.  The north parking lot is connected to the main parking lot.  We will have signs directing you.  Please park in the main parking lot.  

3.      We will need to utilize most of the North Parking Lot for our check in process.  We need to create a line for check in that allows social distancing.  This will take most of the North parking lot.  We will have a few spots set aside for individuals who need to park close by due to mobility issues.

 

Is it safe? What safety measure Will be put in place?

1.      Residents, staff, and visitors will be required to wear a face mask.  You will need to provide your own facemask.

2.      Visiting areas will be set up with six feet in between each visitor and resident.  Staff will be assigned to monitor that social distancing practices are followed throughout the visit.

3.      We are asking that family members bring their own lawn chairs to use while the are visiting.  We will disinfect the resident’s chairs in between each visit.

4.      All visitors will be trained in hand hygiene during their first visit.  All visitors must demonstrate and pass a skill check off administered by our nursing staff prior to beginning their first visit.  Hand hygiene will be required before and after each visit.

5.      All visitors will be screened for fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath and if you have had COVID 19 exposure in the last 14 days prior to beginning their visitation.  If any symptoms are present, visitation will not be allowed.  Your temperature will be taken and if it is above 99.5, you will not be allowed to visit.

6.      Please do not come if you have been sick in the last 14 days or are currently sick.  

7.      If it is raining or storms are predicted, visitation will be cancelled.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

We thank you for your patience as we get things ready for you.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns about the new outdoor family visitation.  We only began the visitation planning process yesterday.  Other staff members will not be able to answer your questions until we inservice them.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

June 4, 2020

 

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families and Friends,

 

Today our Infection Control Team met to begin planning for outdoor family visitation.  We consulted with Dr. Hurley to gain his input on the best way to implement the new guidelines.  While you will receive our policy and procedures next week, I do want you to know the schedule that we came up with for visitation.  We will give you guidance in the coming days on how to sign up for your visit.  Currently, we are limiting visitation to spouses, significant others, and children of residents.  For our residents, who do not have spouses, significant others, and children, we will allow them to select 4-6 individuals that they would like to visit them.  We want to begin small to help continue to minimize the risk of exposure to our residents.

 

Health Care Outdoor Family Visitation will take place Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

Afternoon Hours:

A Hall 1:15 pm-2:15 pm

B Hall 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm

 

Evening Hours:

A Hall 5:30 pm- 6:30 pm

B Hall 7:00 pm- 8:00 pm

 

Residential Outdoor Family Visitation will take place Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

 

Afternoon Hours:

1st Floor 1:00 pm- 2:00 pm

2nd Floor 2:15 pm- 3:15 pm

3rd Floor 3:30 pm- 4:30 pm

 

Evening Hours:

1st Floor 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm

2nd Floor 6:15 pm- 7:15 pm

3rd Floor 7:30 pm- 8:30 pm

 

 

The reason we are not having visitation on Monday is so that we can maintain the grounds and deep clean the patio furniture. As each resident will only be able to have two visitors at a time, we wanted to give you the times in advance so that you can begin planning accordingly.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

We thank you for your patience as we get things ready for you.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns about the new outdoor family visitation.  We only began the visitation planning process today.  Other staff members will not be able to answer your questions.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

 

 

 

 

June 3, 2020

 

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families,

 

Today in the governors COVID 19 update, he mentioned that long-term care facilities and residential facilities could begin having outside visitation.  However, he announced it prior to releasing the formal guidance to facility administrators.  We received this guidance early this evening.  We are excited at the prospect of beginning outdoor visitation, however we do have a lot of planning and set up work that will need to be done by our administration team prior to beginning outdoor visitation.  It will take us a week to complete all that we need to do on our end.  We will begin outdoor visitation on Wednesday June 10.  I will send our facilities plan for outdoor visitation in the coming days.  

 

Our infection control committee is meeting tomorrow to begin working on our plan.  Please direct all questions regarding outdoor visitation to me.  We must plan, then educate prior to our implementation. Our nursing staff will only be educated on our plan once a formal plan is put together.  They will not be able to answer your questions.  We look forward to seeing you all again when we begin outdoor visitation on June 10, 2020.

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.

 

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org.

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

une 2, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families and Friends,

 

I have good news to share about the employee who was tested for COVID 19 last week.  Their test came back negative. Please offer a prayer of Thanksgiving to God today.  We are so thankful for this blessing.  

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.  We currently have one test pending.

 

Today our residents enjoyed exercise, rosary, window visits and patio time.  It has been a beautiful day.  

 

 

Just a reminder that I am collecting “heart felt hugs” for our next employee event, which will take place this Friday.  I want to invite you again to offer your appreciation by writing some words of gratitude on the paper attached to this e-mail.  Your words and creativity will do so much to encourage our staff to continue their good work.  Please put it in an envelope and drop it off or mail it to me prior to June 5.  Thank you for your participation in this act of love.

 

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean           

 

June 1, 2020

Dear St. Paul Hermitage Families and Friends,

 

Today was another beautiful spring day and the beginning of a new month.  June is my favorite month of the year.  I was born in the month of June.  I made my first and final monastic profession in June.  I became a licensed Health Facility Administrator in the month of June.  June is special to me but today, as we began this new month, my heart felt heavier than it normally does.  On June 11, we will begin our fourth month of visitation restrictions, which is hard on all of us.  All of you are missed around here.  I look forward to the time when we can open for visitation, have group activities and common dinning.  I look forward to when we can all be together again.  

 

I wanted to share again tonight the prayer written by Sr. Susan Marie.  We originally passed it out at the family prayer service that we had on March 11.  

Please pray it with me this night.

 

O God, the Divine Physician,

we ask Your protection upon St. Paul Hermitage.

 

Bless each member of the Hermitage community

With strength, courage, and good health.

 

Thank you for all who work so hard

to keep the residents healthy and safe.

 

Hold all our families in Your loving embrace,

especially in the coming days and weeks

as we continue to keep in touch with our loved ones

and reassure them of our care and concern.

 

Be with those in our local community

and throughout the world

who are effected by the COVID 19 pandemic.

Lay your healing hands upon them

And bring them comfort.

 

We ask this, good and gracious

God, in the name of Your Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen

 

Our current COVID 19 status is that we have had no COVID 19 positive residents.  We have had eight COVID positive employees. All our staff are recovered and have returned to work.  We have had no COVID 19 related hospitalizations or deaths for both employees and residents.  We currently have one test pending.

 

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.  You can reach me at 317-213-8430 or administrator@stpaulhermitage.org. 

 

Blessings,

Sr. Heather Jean            

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