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The world has changed, but our dedication to resident care hasn’t. At Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation, we are committed to maintaining the health and safety of our residents and staff through the COVID-19 pandemic. As the local and national situation evolves, Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation is in constant communication with clinical and infectious disease specialists, including the Texas HHSC, CDC, CMS, and local health authorities. Our staff and team members are prioritizing the health and well-being of our residents and taking extensive precautionary measures to keep them safe.

We understand this is a time fraught with anxiety and concern for all. As a resident or family member, you can rest assured that Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation is vigilantly monitoring all developments relating to the COVID-19 virus, and especially its impact on the long-term care community. We have implemented policies and procedures geared toward minimizing the potential of COVID-19 exposure, as well as planning for the care and treatment of those who may contract the virus. We stand ready to adjust our response and implement new measures as appropriate. At Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation, our goal is to one day reflect on these unprecedented times and be proud of how we took care of one another.

As the COVID-19 vaccine has become available to seniors in Texas and across the country, Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation has acted quickly in procuring and administering this safe and effective vaccine to our residents and team members. We will continue in these efforts to achieve vaccination for all eligible community members in the near term.

Crosbyton Nursing and Rehabilitation asks all staff members and family members to adhere to the following guidelines. Together, we can STOP THE SPREAD!

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer that has at least 60 percent alcohol.
  • Limit interactions with others. If it is necessary to be in public, practice social distancing by staying at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • If you feel sick, stay home and away from others and contact your healthcare provider.
  • Wear appropriate face coverings. In community common spaces, wear medical masks provided by. Outside of the community, wear cloth face coverings.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Additional Resources:
For more information on staying safe in these unprecedented times:

For information on Texas coronavirus response and case counts:
Texas Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information | State of Texas

For the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID information page:
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Recent guidance from the White House on its vision for a phased re-opening of the country: