Samaritan Place is operated by Emmanuel Care.
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We take the health and safety of our residents and companions very seriously as they are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
We have enacted our pandemic operational plan to keep your loved ones safe. This has and will necessitate some extraordinary measures. These are difficult determinations for the health and safety of those who live and work here.
Our doors are closed to all visitors until further notice.
Family members: If you have medical questions or concerns, please contact Mike MacFadden, Nurse Practitioner (306-986-1460, ext. 1405). Non-medical questions or concerns can be forwarded to Bette Boechler, Executive Director, 306-986-1460
Click here for the latest updates from the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Samaritan Place has declared a respiratory/ gastrointestinal outbreak. Covid-19 has been ruled out for these individuals. Families of infected residents have been informed.
If you would like to send a message to a family member or specific staff member at this time, please click here. We will write out your short message on 5" colourful flowers, butterflies, birds and smiley faces and post them on resident doors and hallways. We want to fill the hallways, spreading cheer wherever we can!
Please use the link provided to send your message, and do not call staff regarding these messages in order that they may spend time caring for residents.
We offer audio / visual visits for residents/family members during office hours, Monday through Friday when possible. You are welcome to download the Zoom app in advance, and click here to indicate your interest with the Life Enhancement team. Let us know what time and day suits you, and we'll work to coordinate that with your resident. Please note that when Zoom is not an option, we will try Facetime, Skype or a phone call. Be patient with us we work to make this a smooth and enjoyable means of communication for all.
Please use the link provided above to indicate your interest, and do not call staff to visit with residents in order that they may spend time caring for residents.
If you would like to drop off something for a family member or staff member, or need to pick up something, we have a rack in between the entrance doors. Place your clearly marked items on the rack (ideally during office hours), or call ahead and have the items placed on the rack for you to pick up. In this way we keep our social distance and limit our interactions.
Note: we would ask that these items be limited to small quantities in order that we might easily and properly sanitize them upon entry.
The Samaritan Place Care Staff, Dietary, Housekeeping, Admin and Leadership Team are so very grateful for the many notes of encouragement and prayers for health and strength at this time.
COMING SOON - link to Hospice at Glengarda web page.
Call us at Samaritan Place for more information (306) 986-1460
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TOURS of our home - suspended for now.
“It is amazing how it just became home for us.”
John and Virginia Nordlee,
Former Samaritan Place resident and companion
The Samaritan Place Difference
Our philosophy of self-led teams and our grounding in resident-directed care are part of what truly make Samaritan Place different.