Coronavirus Information and Precautions

Covid outdoor visitation area


1020 Termino Ave. Long Beach, CA 90804
Ph: (562) 433-6791 Fax: (562) 434-5150

September 27, 2022

Dear Residents and Families,

Pacific Palms Healthcare cares greatly for the health, safety, and well-being of our residents and staff.

There are no known COVID-19 cases among our residents at our facility at this time.

We are in regular communication with LA County DPH and CDPH. We continue to implement all current CMS, CDC, and CDPH guidelines regarding COVID-19.

Our facility has adequate staffing and an adequate supply of personal protective equipment (PPE).

We encourage both residents and loved ones to continue communicating with each other by email or enjoying time on Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype.

If you have a family member in our care and would like an update on his or her condition, please call our facility at (562) 433-6791. You can also visit our website Home – Pacific Palms Healthcare for additional helpful information and visit these links to the CDC (CDC Works 24/7 ) and CMS (Home – Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services | CMS ) websites.


Lance Haering

LA County Order from December 15 through January 31, 2021

Dear Family & Friends of Pacific Palms’ Residents,

Due to the introduction of the newly identified Omicron variant of the SARS-Cov-2 virus in Los Angeles County, California on December 03, 2021, the Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued an order to all Skilled Nursing Facilities regarding the prevention and control of Covid-19.

Beginning December 15, 2021, through January 31, 2022, all Skilled Nursing Facility residents, employees, and contractors, regardless of vaccination status, who may encounter residents must test for Covid-19 infection on a once-weekly basis.

In addition, to obtain entry to Pacific Palms Healthcare, all visitors, regardless of vaccination status, must provide either:

  • A negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry, OR
  • A negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to entry.

Surveillance testing/proof of negative test is not required if the individual is able to show documentation of recovery from COVID-19 within the last 90 days.

Our first concern is always the health, care, and safety of our residents, your loved ones. We hope you understand and we look forward to your cooperation in keeping our residents healthy, well cared for, and safe.

To view the Order of the Health Officer, please visit the following link:

Please contact Pacific Palms Management for any questions.


Lance Haering