July 27, 2020 


To: Residents & Families 


On Monday July 20th, 2020, we had a mass COVID testing done on all Residents and Staff and we are happy to announce to you that all tests were negative.  We can use this testing for our baseline testing to move on to Phase 3 of our 3 – phase plan, but we do have to monitor our outside community spread and when those numbers stop growing and start receding, we can start scheduling visitors to come in. Until then, we will remain in Phase 2.  

During visits, we will use our multi-purpose room. Each resident will get 2 visitors at a time. Resident and Visitors (after getting screened) must wear a mask and practice social-distancing at all times. When Chelsea Randall calls to schedule visits, she will explain what is expected of the visitors before they come. We will also allow non-essential such as healthcare, counseling and hair dressing to come in. All must comply with screening, masks and social distancing. 

So, lets hang tight a little longer and pray that we can have visitors soon. I understand it is and has been very stressful and hard on everyone, but just remember that we are only watching out for you and your safety. We are all working hard to do the best we can. 

Please let us know if you have questions or concerns. We will keep you updated with any changes.  

Thank you for your support and patience! 


OSLNH Management Team 



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The Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home is located south of Whiteclay, Nebraska. We are a 60 bed nursing facility owned by the Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home, Inc., and managed by Native American Health Management (NAHM). We are delighted to bring family members closer to their loved ones, and have been planning this facility for over 8 years.

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