HopeHealth Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates

HopeHealth Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates

At HopeHealth, safety is our top priority. We are committed to keeping you safe while providing the very best patient care. With rigorous safety measures in place, we are here to provide you with the care you need. To learn more, please visit our COVID-19 Safety at HopeHealth page.

COVID-19 Vaccination Posting

In accordance with Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), health care facilities are required to maintain proof of health care workers COVID-19 vaccination status and publicly report data. As of November 11, 2021, 99% of employees have completed vaccination and an additional 1% have received partial vaccination as shown below. 

  • Number of HopeHealth personnel: 591
  • Number who have completed COVID-19 vaccination: 583
  • Percentage who have completed COVID-19 vaccination: 99%
  • Number who have received partial COVID-19 vaccination: 3
  • Percentage who received partial COVID-19 vaccination: 1%

HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center Temporary Visitor Guideline

At the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center, we have the privilege to care for patients at end of life. Providing a welcoming and warm atmosphere is at the core of our care philosophy. As a precautionary measure during the COVID-19 pandemic, a maximum of four visitors at a time are allowed to a patient that is not positive for the COVID-19 virus nor suspected to have the virus. All others must remain outside the building. For visitors to a patient with a COVID-19 positive diagnosis or suspected to have the virus, a maximum of two visitors per patient are allowed provided proper staffing and personal protective equipment (PPE) is available. We reserve the right to reduce or pause visitation. All others must remain outside the building. We appreciate your help in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Grief Support and Caregiver Support Groups 

We currently offer both virtual and in-person grief support groups. Your wellbeing is very important to us and we are here for you. For support, feel free to call HopeHealth's Center of Hope & Healing at (888) 528-9077 to schedule a time for someone to reach out to you. Please visit our grief support group page for a list of helpful articles and other support resources. 

Caregiver support groups (Parkiinson's disease and dementia-specific groups) are also being held virtually and we welcome you to join our weekly groups. You can also call us at (401) 415-4664 to arrange caregiver support over the phone.

State and National Resources

HopeHealth is committed to supporting our community during this time of higher stress. Please see helpful resources below for national and local updates:

We appreciate your patience and support in keeping our community safe. If you have any questions or if we can be of any help and support, please call us at (844) 671-4673. You can also email us at Information@HopeHealthCo.org.


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