Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

The health, safety and well-being of the residents and team members of The Highlands is of the utmost importance and our top priority. During this unprecedented time of the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to monitor the ever changing COVID-19 developments following the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), PA Department of Health, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid(CMS), the State of Pennsylvania, our Medical Director and others.  Open communication is crucial; however, this is a fluid situation and information can change day to day. We will update our COVID-19 Pandemic Status Monday-Friday at noon.  We provide regular updates to residents and families via the website, weekly Zoom calls, in house television station, mass phone blasts, emails and letters on our community’s status.  Click here for the PA Department of Health Family FAQ's.

COVID-19 Pandemic Status

Listed below are the cumulative COVID-19 cases on our campus since March 11, 2020.  As of July 2, 2020:


Residential - 2 Confirmed, 1 Recovered, 0 Deaths

Personal Care - 0 Confirmed, 0 Recovered, 0 Deaths

Skilled Nursing -20 Confirmed, 9 Recovered, 10 Deaths

Total - 22 Confirmed, 10 Recovered, 10 Deaths

There is currently 1 Active Case in Residential Living and 1 in Skilled Nursing



Direct Care - 22 Confirmed, 17 Recovered, 0 Deaths

Non-direct Care - 6 Confirmed, 4 Recovered, 0 Deaths

Total - 28 Confirmed, 21 Recovered, 0 Deaths

There are currently 7 Active Cases of Employees

If you have have questions, please contact Pandemic Response Team by calling (484) 220-8500 or emailing [email protected]

Safeguards & Preventative Measures

The Highlands has put numerous safeguards and preventative measures in place to protect the residents and team members. They include:

Posted on May 11, 2020

During this COVID-19 crisis, donations to the Jay Rosenson matching grant challenge were made. We would like to share that due to the generosity of Jay Rosenson who matched $1.00 for $1.00 up to $50,000 in support of employees and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) The Highlands raised $121,760.