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New York State Department of Health Licensed 94 Bed Adult Care Facility

Family Owned and Operated with a 3rd Generation Operator On-site as Administrator

Family Letter

March 14, 2023

Dear Resident Family Members and/or Representative:

Regarding: COVID-19

Please accept this letter as notification that one resident has tested positive for COVID-19. Family members of the resident that tested positive for COVID-19 and the family members of the residents that were directly exposed and were placed on isolation/quarantine were notified via phone and this letter is to serve as follow up and notification to all family members. Fulton County Public Health has been notified and aware of the current measures we have taken to prevent other residents from being exposed.

We will evaluate the need to extend and/or widen the quarantine to include other residents on a daily basis. These residents will be served meals in their room and are being asked to remain in their rooms for the next five (5) days as we monitor the other residents for symptoms of COVID-19. Residents affected will receive in room activities to help keep them occupied while they are in their rooms. Staff members from the office and activities will make room visits on a regular basis. Residents will be tested if they exhibit symptoms and families will be notified of positive results in writing with follow up letters from this date forward. You will be called directly if your family member has symptoms or tests positive. Please feel free to contact myself or Karen Hogan, Case Manager to check on the status of your family member at any time.

We will continue to monitor residents closely with temperature and other vital checks at least once daily with increased intervals on residents showing any symptoms. Staff will wear full Personal Protective Equipment as needed when in contact with residents as needed. All high touch areas of facility will be sanitized on a frequent basis with increased sanitizing where needed.

As stated above you will be kept informed of results of further testing and next steps via follow up letters and updates will continue to be posted on our website. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further. As a reminder you are receiving this letter as the facility’s primary contact. Please contact other family members/friends so they are aware.



Kara Vollmer


COVID Response


We are committed to providing a home-like, comfortable, supervised setting for our residents while encouraging independence and socialization.

Pineview Commons strives to provide a safe, comfortable, home-like, long-term supervised setting for individuals while promoting independence, socialization, and emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. We are committed to employing individuals who have a passion to help others and who have a desire to improve the quality of life of those who have chosen our services.
  • 24 Hour Supervision by Certified Home Health Aides
  • Two Full Time Registered Nurses
  • Case Management
  • Medication Management
  • Housekeeping and Laundry Services
  • In-house Beauty Parlor
  • Planned Daily Activities Both In and Out of the Facility (Weather Pending)
  • Assistance with all activities of daily living as needed
  • Assisted Living Program
  • Consulting Registered Dietician for Meal Planning
  • Staff Accompanied Transportation Services
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy and Counseling Through a Certified Home Health Agency
  • Podiatry Visits to the Facility Every 4-6 Weeks
  • Option to Establish with the Physician Who Visits Our Home Weekly


Pineview Commons is more than a place to live, it’s a fine way of life. Established in 1992, Pineview Commons provides the finest, safest, most congenial living arrangements for seniors who require supervised care in a home-like atmosphere.



We have a wide range of activities for residents including barbecues, baking classes, bingo, shopping excursions, musical performances and more!


Everything is made in house in our kitchen and menu is made in conjunction with a registered dietitian. Residents also have the opportunity to provide input as to what they would like to see on the menu during our monthly residents council meeting.

Lake George Brunch Cruise

One of many events, our residents have the option to take a Lake George brunch cruise incorporating a Revolutionary War history tour.

Want to Schedule a Visit?

Please see our visitation fact sheet regarding new Covid policies to prepare before coming.

Visitation Fact Sheet

Please, call 24 hours in advance M-F 8am-4pm to schedule your visit. Make sure you are prompt for your visit. Each visit is limited to ½ hour.
Upon entering facility grounds, please park in the visitor parking lot located off Melcher Street on the side entrance of facility.
Sanitize hands before and after visit. (sanitizer will be provided)
Complete visitor screening and maintain social distancing (6ft) throughout screening process.
Enjoy your visit by keeping your mask in place. Masks must be worn properly covering your nose and mouth at all times, while also maintaining social distancing throughout visit.
No eating or drinking during visit. No food or drinks can be exchanged with residents.
Continue to follow facility policies regarding dropping off items/food.


Pineview Commons is committed to providing our residents with the best care possible. To do that, we must also be the best place to work possible.

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