COVID-19 Updates

For the protection of our Residents, visitors are currently not permitted on our EdenHill Campus.

For updated information regarding EdenHill’s response to the Corona Virus, see posts below.

July 28, 2020 Update

July 28, 2020 Update

July 28, 2020

Since our last weekly update, there have been no additional residents or staff members who have tested positive for COVID-19. We are happy to report that our Healthcare resident who previously tested positive has been cleared and is no longer in isolation. One employee remains active and will not be permitted on our campus until … Read More

July 21, 2020 Update

July 21, 2020 Update

July 21, 2020

Since our last update, all results from our most recent testing of our Nursing Home residents and staff have been received. Out of the 382 tests conducted, we have one resident, four EdenHill employees and five contracted staff who have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.  The resident has been isolated in a separate unit … Read More

July 15, 2020 Update

July 15, 2020 Update

July 15, 2020

On Sunday and Monday of this week, per State mandate, we had all of our Healthcare residents retested for COVID-19. We have started to receive the results from these tests, and although we have not yet received all results, we are happy to report that none of our Residents have tested positive. We hope to … Read More

Update July 7th

Update July 7th

July 7, 2020

As we make our way through the first full week of July, we have no residents who have tested positive for the novel Coronavirus at EdenHill Communities. We will continue to provide regular updates. Below are the latest numbers for Comal County. COMAL COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATES TOTAL CASES REPORTED TOTAL ACTIVE TOTAL RECOVERED TOTAL DECEASED … Read More

Update July 2, 2020

Update July 2, 2020

July 2, 2020

As you may be aware, our region is experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases.  The health and well-being of our residents remains our top priority. We do not have a resident who has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.  However, we have been informed by an outside Hospice provider that two of their medical professionals … Read More

Update June 30, 2020

Update June 30, 2020

June 30, 2020

Over the weekend, our neighbors in Bexar County were sent a push notification to stay home. Comal County has experienced a positive case rate increase of 67.8% in just the last week. The Fourth of July Holiday weekend is coming up. Temptations will abound for us to interact with others. We have asked all of … Read More

Update June 18TH

Update June 18TH

June 18, 2020

As many of you are aware, there has been an indication by state and local officials that we may be experiencing another spike in COVID-19 cases. Going into Memorial Day weekend, our County had 90 COVID-19 cases. As of today, our County reported 277 cases . EdenHill has been fortunate to continuously report zero cases … Read More

Update June 8th

Update June 8th

June 8, 2020

Texas is reopening…why isn’t EdenHill Communities? EdenHill Communities enacted very strict visitation measures when COVID-19 first became “community spread” in Comal County. We limit all outside visitors and limit all non-essential traffic from traversing separate sections of our campus. We reduced group activities to 10 or less individuals who must wear face masks and practice … Read More

Update June 5th

Update June 5th

June 5, 2020

Good News Continues at EdenHill! We remain very happy to report that EdenHill does not have any residents or staff who have tested positive for COVID-19. We had five Assisted Living residents exposed to an outside medical professional who came into our building and tested positive. All of these residents have tested negative, have remained … Read More

Update June 3rd

Update June 3rd

June 3, 2020

We are grateful to report that we currently have NO POSITIVE COVID-19 cases on EdenHill’s campus.  All Healthcare residents and all EdenHill staff were tested on May 22nd as required by Governor Abbott.  The one positive was and outside medical professional not an employee of EdenHill and all actions and follow up have resulted in … Read More