Working toward a common goal

We have worked diligently over the past two years to ensure the safety of our resident and staff. We appreciate the kindness and understanding of our families. Oregon recently announced some changes in state-wide COVID regulations. Regulations for healthcare settings may from other organizations. The facilities of Clatsop Care Health District will only wear face masks as required and recommended by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services and CDC until it is determined otherwise. Check with each facility for current requirements.

Thank you for understanding.

If you have any questions, please reach out to the administrator of the specific building or department:

  • Clatsop Care Health & Rehabilitation Center – Kendra Webb, 503.325.0313
  • Clatsop Care Retirement Village – Lauren Beard, 503.325.4676
  • Clatsop Care Memory Community – Hannah Ross, 503.994.2060
  • Clatsop Care In-Home Services – Debi Martin, 503.325.0313

Visitation Guidelines

Emergency Plan

In the event of an emergency each facility has plans in place. If you would like more details please contact a facilities Administrator (contact information listed above) or Maintenance Director.

Vaccination Policy

In accordance with Oregon regulations, all Clatsop Care Health District employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide a medical or religious exemption. It is not required that residents or clients are vaccinated. All Clatsop Care Health District facilities have provided residents and staff with regular opportunities to receive the vaccine and booster doses. However, we ask that if you have experienced symptoms to please refrain from entering our buildings until a negative test or five to seven days after symptoms have ceased.

Testing Policy

Staff members who have not been vaccinated or who are considered not yet fully vaccinated are required to undergo regular testing for COVID-19. In the event a positive case is identified among staff or residents, all staff and residents will be tested within 72 hours. Testing will continue every 5-7 days until no new positive cases are identified.


At all of the Health District facilities, visitors are no longer required to wear masks in common areas unless otherwise directed by governing authorities. We appreciate your understanding as we work to keep everyone safe. However, we ask that if you have experienced symptoms to please refrain from entering our buildings until a negative test or five to seven days after symptoms have ceased.


All visitors are no longer required to be screened in at the front desk with questions related to COVID exposure and no temperature needs to be recorded. Visitation is allowed at all times. However, the doors may remained locked at off hours to ensure proper security. If you arrive to a facility outside of business hours, you may ring the bell or call into the facility, and a staff member will be with you shortly.

Food and Drinks

You are welcome to bring food or drinks while you visit. However, at this time, please do not share homemade food with other residents or staff outside of the one you’re visiting.

Appointments are NOT required for visitation. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Resources for Prevention

The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. But, Prevention takes everyone, not just healthcare workers. What can you do to help?

  • Wash your hands. This remains the best method to prevent the spread of any virus.
  • Cough or sneeze into your sleeve or tissue. Throw tissues directly in the trash.
  • Remain at home if you have any symptoms of a cold or other respiratory virus.
  • Social distancing works. Maintain a distance when speaking with people or walking outside.

For a complete list of measures you can take to avoid the spread and protect yourself, visit the CDC Prevention Website.

Social Distancing