Granville Health System to Re-Open Harold Sherman Adult Day Center in October

September 29, 2020

Granville Health System (GHS) announced that the Harold Sherman Adult Day Center (HSADC) will reopen October 5, 2020. HSADC had temporarily closed its doors in March due to safety concerns associated with COVID-19. 

“The health and safety of the participants and staff remain our first priority,” said CEO John F. Snow. “Since opening in 1998, this program has played a vital role in the lives of participants in Granville County and surrounding communities. The Program Director and our Executive Leadership team have been working diligently to develop a plan that will allow HSADC to safely re-open.”  

All revisions to the program policies are in accordance with guidelines provided by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS). To adhere to those guidelines, the program will resume operations with reduced capacity, conduct mandatory health screenings for all participants and staff before entering the facility, restrict visitation, follow enhanced guidelines for the use of personal protective equipment and infection prevention protocols, and other program changes implemented to protect participants and staff.

“HSADC will continue to work closely with the local public health officials, NCDHHS, and continue to monitor local developments.” said HSADC Program Director Gail Barnes-Hall. “Every decision we make is in the best interest of our participants and staff.  With the appropriate safety measures in place, we look forward to seeing our participants.”

If you have questions about the re-opening plan in place at HSADC, please call 919.690.3273.

About Harold Sherman Adult Day Center

Granville Medical Center established The Harold Sherman Adult Day Center in 1998 to meet the needs of disabled adults and their caregivers. The program is designed to provide care for adults with physical or cognitive impairment in a group setting while enabling their caregivers to work or benefit from respite. Our goal is to provide services that support the physical, emotional, and social well-being of adults with special needs and to partner with family caregivers for positive health outcomes. The Center is located on the GHS main campus at 1038 College Street, Suite B. For more information about HSADC visit www.ghsHospital.org/HSADC or call 919.690.3273.

About Granville Health System

For more than 100 years, Granville Health System has been delivering quality health care close to home. To meet the growing needs of its community, Granville Health System has expanded its services throughout Granville County, offering convenient access to medical care where its citizens work and live. The GHS main campus is located at 1010 College Street, Oxford, North Carolina. For more information about Granville Health System visit GHS online at www.ghsHospital.org.

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