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As a Michigan-based, family-owned company, Oakmont takes an active role in our communities as well as supporting local causes and various charitable organizations.

Happy Birthday Michele Walny!

Our Oakmont Family wishes a very happy birthday to our Regional Manager: Michele Walny. 

Michele has been a tireless advocate for seniors and families in our five Oakmont Communities and Carrington Place, and works each and every day to make life better for those whom we serve.

As proof of her dedication, today, on her birthday, Michele is volunteering her time to assist more than 200 residents, staff members, and caregivers as they receive their second dose of their COVID-19 vaccination at Oakmont Manor. 

Michele’s friends, family, and colleagues wish her a very happy birthday and a year full of health and happiness! 

Oakmont Parkway Hosts Macomb County Health Department Vaccine Clinic

On Monday, February 1st, The Macomb County Health Department hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Oakmont Parkway with the goal of inoculating residents and staff with the newly released COVID-19 vaccine. As part of Vaccination Prioritization Group 1A, residents and staff of Oakmont Parkway were eligible to take part in one of the first on-site clinics administered by the county.

 

Once the vaccine initiative was announced at the state level, Oakmont began working with the county, volunteers, residents, employees, and families to ensure everyone who was eligible for the vaccine had the proper information, forms, and expectations going into the clinic. Once the day arrived, the clinic was conducted with a focus on efficiency and safety – ensuring all who were due to be vaccinated were comfortable, safely socially distanced, and ready to receive the vaccination when it was their turn. Residents and staff were arranged in small groups based on their apartment location in the building and brought to our largest common area, the dining room, in staggered time slots. This allowed residents to remain seated and comfortable while waiting in line for their names to be called.

Once called to the front of the line by volunteers from Balanced Home Care,

Oakmont Manor Hosts Macomb County Health Department Vaccine Clinic for 200+

On Wednesday, February 3rd, the Macomb County Health Department hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Oakmont Manor to inoculate residents and staff with the new COVID-19 vaccine. Oakmont Manor was one of the first area independent senior living communities to take part in on-site clinics administered by the county.

 

Once the vaccine initiative was announced at the state level, Oakmont began working with the county, volunteers, residents, employees, and families to ensure everyone who was eligible for the vaccine had the proper information, forms, and expectations going into the clinic. Once the day arrived, the clinic was conducted with a focus on efficiency and safety – ensuring all who were due to be vaccinated were comfortable, safely socially distanced, and ready to receive the vaccination when it was their turn. Residents and staff were arranged in small groups based on their apartment location in the building and brought to our largest common area, the dining room, in staggered time slots. This allowed residents to remain seated and comfortable while waiting in line for their names to be called.

Once called to the front of the line by volunteers, residents and staff were taken to a private nursing station where nurses from the Macomb County Health Department consulted each vaccine candidate on a few questions about past experiences and allergies.

Oakmont Sterling Hosts Macomb County Health Department Vaccine Clinic for Residents and Staff

On Friday, February  12th, Oakmont Sterling was proud to welcome the Macomb County Health Department to our community for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for our residents and staff. Oakmont Sterling is the third Oakmont Community in Macomb County to receive doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine through the excellent work of the Macomb County Health Department.

 

Once the vaccine initiative was announced at the state level, Oakmont began working with the county, volunteers, residents, employees, and families to ensure everyone who was eligible for the vaccine had the proper information, forms, and expectations going into the clinic. Once the day arrived, the clinic was conducted with a focus on efficiency and safety – ensuring all who were due to be vaccinated were comfortable, safely socially distanced, and ready to receive the vaccination when it was their turn. Residents and staff were arranged in small groups based on their apartment location in the building and brought to our largest common area, the dining room, in staggered time slots. This allowed residents to remain seated and comfortable while waiting in line for their names to be called.

Once called to the front of the line by volunteers,

Oakmont Northville Delivers a Sweet Treat to Public Safety

Northville Public Safety, including our police officers and firefighters, are dedicated, passionate, and wonderful public servants. Their commitment to our community is steadfast, and we are so grateful for all they do for the residents and staff of Oakmont Northville

As a special thank you, George, our Assistant Director, dropped off some sweet treats to warm them up on a cold winter day as a small token of our appreciation for their service.

To all of our brave police officers, firefighters, and other public servants, we say: Thank You! 

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