Update April 14th: Proper Handwashing Technique

More cases of the Coronavirus have been reported in Comal County. There are now 39 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including six related deaths. There are no cases here at EdenHill. We continue to screen all entrants to our buildings, including employees and healthcare workers. Our staff receives ongoing education regarding infection control practices, including the … Read More

Update April 13th

As of today’s date, there are now 38 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Comal County and six deaths related to COVID-19. There are no cases here at EdenHill. We continue to screen all entrants into our buildings to include all employees and essential healthcare workers.  We are monitoring local, State and Federal resources and are … Read More

Update April 10

The number of COVID-19 cases has increased in Comal County. There are now 37 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus and four related deaths. There are no cases at EdenHill. In these confusing times it’s important to stay updated on the latest information, but reliable sources are not always easy to find. Read our newest blog … Read More

Update April 8th

There are now 29 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Comal County and three deaths related to COVID-19. There are no cases here at EdenHill. EdenHill is currently accepting donations of reusable and disposable face masks. If you would like to make a donation, contact us by email at info@edenhill.org or call us at (830) 625-6291. … Read More

Update April 7th: Now Accepting Mask Donations

The number of cases of COVID-19 has increased in Comal County. There are now 27 confirmed cases and two deaths related to the Coronavirus. There are no cases of COVID-19 here at EdenHill. Per the CDC’s new guidelines, all staff working in Long Term Care Facilities must wear a mask while at work. While EdenHill … Read More

Update April 6th

Comal County now has 22 recorded cases of the Coronavirus and two deaths related to COVID-19.There are no cases of COVID-19 at EdenHill. We value the health, safety, and wellness of all of our residents and employees here at EdenHill Communities. For this reason, all visitors are prohibited on campus unless they are essential healthcare … Read More

Update April 2nd

At EdenHill Communities, the health and safety of our residents is especially important as we do our part in “flattening the curve” of the spread of COVID-19. In order to do this, we have restricted visitors to campus unless they are essential healthcare providers. As of April 2nd, Comal County has reported its 12th  confirmed … Read More

April 1 Update: Self-Care During a Crisis

We are all aware that this is a time of crisis, and we are all human. That means we worry, we get upset, and we stress about what is happening. We are all affected by what is happening around us and what we hear on the news and the Internet. The Center for Disease Control … Read More

March 31 Update

As everyone continues the efforts to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 spread, we at EdenHill Communities continue to restrict visitors to our campus unless they are essential Healthcare providers. As of March 31st, Comal County now has its 11th confirmed case of the Corona virus and its second fatality. We currently have no COVID-19 cases … Read More