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A Letter from our Chief Medical Officer:

Dear Valued Family Members,

As you may be aware, there is an increase in the number of cases of a respiratory illness called Coronavirus, also known as COVID 19.

Rocky Mountain Care would like to partner with you to provide your loved one with the safest environment possible. Please rest assured that Rocky Mountain Care is following strict CDC best practices and is in direct contact with the local and state health department.  We are asking that friends, family, and resident representatives who display the following symptoms postpone visiting our residents for at least 14 days after symptoms are no longer present:

  • Respiratory symptoms
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Muscle aches/pain
  • New onset congestion

Rocky Mountain Care recognizes how difficult it can be not to be able to visit your loved one. Please call our front desk and we would be happy to facilitate you with the ability to call, “Facetime”, email, etc.

Thank you so much for partnering with us to keep your loved one safe,

David N. Sundwall M.D.
Chief Medical Officer- Rocky Mountain Care (RMC)
Professor of Public Health – Emeritus
University of Utah School of Medicine – Divison of Public Health
375 Chiptea Way- Suite A
Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Other Resources:

Stop the Spread of Germs Poster – EnglishSpanish

CoronaVirus Symptoms Poster – EnglishSpanish

RMC COVID 19 Guidance – English

RMC Infection Prevention Checklist – English

RMC Check-in Questionnaire – English