COVID-19 Status

March 20, 2023:


As of March 20, 2023, we are no longer in outbreak status. All cases have been resolved.

As mandated by the State of New Jersey, all Broadway House staff, including direct hires, contract staff, volunteers/students, and non-payroll clinical practitioners must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and receive the influenza vaccine.

What does this mean for Visitors?

Visitation is allowed as always; we ask that you do not visit if you have cold or flu-like symptoms.

Arrangements can be provided for Zoom meetings, FaceTime, etc.

Visitation is in designated areas only as directed by security.

In room visitation is allowed if we can ensure social distancing can be maintained.  If it is determined that we cannot, alternate visitation sites will be provided.

Visiting a resident on Transmission Based Precautions is allowed. In these situations, only 1 visitor at a time is allowed in the room and the visitor must wear all appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). The nurse will provide instructions to you on how to put the items on and remove them.  The items include the following:

  • Gown
  • Mask (N95)
  • Face shield or eye goggles
  • Gloves


Visitors are required to follow all infection control protocol which are: 

  • Completion of the COVID-19 questionnaire, which means answering each question in the box with the appropriate code: Y = Yes, N = No
  • Always wear a tight fitted face mask while in the facility. A mask will be provided if needed.
  • Wash hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based sanitizer upon entering and exiting facility
  • Maintain 6 feet social distance

COVID Testing
COVID testing for visitors is not mandated but strongly encouraged by the facility.  Broadway House continues to provide COVID testing on site upon request in addition to providing information on where you may receive COVID-19 vaccinations in the city and surrounding communities.

Broadway House strongly encourages all visitors to receive the COVID-19 vaccination and booster, and be tested 2-3 days prior to visiting.  We will gladly assist with this if necessary. 

Resident Dining and Resident Activities
All communal dining, resident group outings, and activities will resume shortly.

COVID-19 Testing of Residents and Staff
Covid testing for residents and staff will be done based on symptoms only.

COVID-19 Vaccination Status

Partially vaccinated: 4 (6%)
Completely vaccinated:  61 (95%)

Partially vaccinated: 1
Completely vaccinated: 95%
Bivalent booster:  26

Rates are decreasing throughout the country. There are no cases of influenza in the facility. Our last case(s) were in December, a total of 3 residents.

All residents and staff are vaccinated, with medical exemptions for two staff members.

Facility Interventions taken to date to encourage vaccination and boosters

  • Monthly on-site vaccination opportunities for residents and staff
  • All 3 COVID-19 vaccines are made available
  • In-service sessions by the medical director and pharmacist
  • Opportunities for individual or small group sessions with the CEO and medical director

James Gonzalez, MPH, FACHE, LHNA
973.268-9797, ext. 1004

Lois Beatty, BSN, RN
COVID-19 Coordinator, Director of Quality & Patient Affairs
973.268-9797, ext. 1005

Herbert Belisle
COVID-19 Coordinator, Consultant for Plant Services
973.268-9797, ext. 1285

Roxanne Fraser, MSN.Ed, RN
Interim Director of Nursing
973.268-9797, ext. 1064

Gloria Horton, CSW   
Director of Social Services
973.268-9797, ext. 1115

Korvette Hinton-Woods, CSW
Director of Activities, Interns, and Volunteers
973.268-9797, ext. 1035

Freddie Matos
Director of Plant Operations
973.286.9797, ext. 1285