Meadowlark is alive. That was obvious from the moment we walked in the door.
April 19, 2021
Meadowlark's Community Center spaces, including Prarie Star Restaurant, Pub, and Event Center, are open to the community at large. Tours of living areas at Meadowlark are being offered in-person and can be scheduled by contacting the Sales Team.
Meadowlark's Special Programs, the Parkinson's Program and Memory Program, are hosting in-person opporutnities in addition the the virutal programming that was offered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the weekly Meadowlark Messenger for up-to-date times and locations of classes for both programs.
Meadowlark will officially re-opened its Kimball Avenue entrance and suspended usage of the check-point station located on Tuttle Creek Boulevard on Friday, March 19, 2021. Visitors without symptoms of illness, a current or suspected COVID-19 diagnosis, or contact with someone who has a positive COVID-19 test or is under investigation, will be permitted to enter campus. This will include common, public areas in Meadowlark’s Community Center such as Prairie Star Restaurant and the Courtyard.
Visitation to licensed areas, which includes skilled nursing and assisted living, must still be scheduled. Residents who reside in the independent living areas of Meadowlark have been able to accept visitors to their homes without restriction since Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.
Mask-wearing on Meadowlark’s campus remains a requirement. All staff, residents, and visitors must don a mask when they are not actively eating or drinking.
In January 2021, Meadowlark conducted its first two vaccine clinics with their partner pharmacy, Walgreen’s Pharmacy. A third clinic was completed in February 2021. Over 90% of residents and over 70% of staff have elected to receive the vaccine.
Meadowlark continues to educate staff, residents, and families on symptom awareness for COVID-19 and infection control best practices and have clear protocols for staff to stay home and not come to work if they are ill or symptomatic.
Meadowlark is a local, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community located in Manhattan, Kan. Since is opening 1980, Meadowlark has met community needs since and will continue to be a resource for health-centered and lifestyle-oriented support.
2121 Meadowlark Road
Manhattan, KS 66502
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