The health and safety of our residents has always been and will always be our top priority. To continue caring for our residents in the safest environment possible, we are exceeding guidelines given by the NJ Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

COVID-19 Outbreak Response Plan

The primary purpose of The Manor Health and Rehabilitation Outbreak Response Plan is to outline a course of action to follow if a pandemic outbreak occurs. This plan helps to ensure the safety of all residents and staff in the event of an outbreak.

View our full COVID-19 Outbreak Response Plan here.

For urgent calls or complaints please call 732-303-5061 or email

Enhanced Safety Protocols

  • All staff members are screened for COVID-19 symptoms daily, including temperature checks. Staff are required to wear masks at all times.
  • All residents are screened for COVID-19 symptoms daily. Residents are required to wear masks when in contact with the staff.
  • Staff and residents are being tested for COVID-19 in accordance with the NJDOH guidelines.
  • All staff members are equipped with the necessary PPE, including N-95, KN-95, and surgical masks, gloves, face shields/goggles, gowns, and hand sanitizer.
  • Residents meals are delivered to their rooms – communal dining is available at this time with distancing and Plexiglas dividers.
  • Group activities are held outside when weather permits and inside with social distancing guidelines in place and masks worn at all times in accordance with NJDOH guidelines.
  • High touch areas are regularly sanitized.


Residents of The Manor are reuniting with their families through a safe, outdoor “visitation station,” a Plexiglas and plywood barrier built by CentraState’s facilities team when weather permits.

Residents sit behind the Plexiglas covering, while their loved ones sit on the other side, allowing them to see and speak with one another up-close in a protected way. This ensures the highest degree of safety for our residents and visitors. Read more about the “visitation station” here.

*Indoor visits are currently not permitted in accordance with the NJDOH guidelines.

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