Seminole Manor residents, staff volunteer to take the shot to protect themselves and the community
Donalsonville Hospital’s Seminole Manor Nursing home is making a statement about what can be done to stop the spread of COVID-19 and end the pandemic in the community – get vaccinated. Without a mandate, 100 percent of its residents, and 96 percent of its staff have voluntarily chosen to get vaccinated.
“I am so very proud of Seminole Manor Nursing Home’s residents and staff for their love, dedication and compassion,” commented Shelly Hines, Seminole Manor director. “Each one of them voluntarily made the choice to get vaccinated to protect themselves as well as everyone else.”
“We are working daily to keep our facility COVID-19 free and we send a sincere thank you to our community and family members for your continued support during these hard times.”
Donalsonville Hospital Administrator Chuck Orrick commented, “We are incredibly proud of Seminole Manor Nursing Home’s administration and staff. Not only have they kept our residents safe from COVID 19 for more than 18 months but a huge portion has voluntarily chosen to vaccinate for the protection of themselves and our vulnerable residents. I am so thankful for the staff that we have and I know that they will continue to rise to the challenges we face during this global pandemic.”