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Brookdale Residents Receive Priority Vaccination

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Coronavirus Vaccine DoctorYour Chance for Priority Vaccination. Vaccines for COVID-19 have been authorized for emergency use by the FDA, and many Brookdale residents are included as a priority for COVID-19 vaccinations. Making the move to a Brookdale community like Brookdale University Park in Birmingham will provide you with an opportunity to receive the vaccine. New residents who move in at least two days prior to our scheduled vaccine clinic will be eligible to receive the vaccine.* Learn more about being in a priority group to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at our upcoming clinic by contacting Leanne Messer,  kmesser@brookdale.com, 205-613-0688.

*To be eligible to receive the vaccine a new resident must: (1) sign a residency agreement and satisfy all obligations specified in the agreement at least two days prior to the scheduled clinic date; (2) be available to attend the vaccine clinic; and (3)pass screening requirements at the time of the clinic. No respite or short-term stays will be eligible to participate. Independent Living residents may not be eligible depending on state directives. The vaccination occurs in two doses given approximately three to four weeks apart and requires a signed consent prior to administration.

senior scene brookdale resident receives vaccine“When Babe received the COVID vaccine, it gave us, as a family, incredible hope and joy. Hope that we will be able to see her in person again soon, hope that a sense of normalcy is on the horizon for all and joy as we eagerly shared images from that day with our family and friends across the country. Babe turned 100 years old a few days after receiving her vaccine. She has certainly experienced and lived through some of our nation’s most memorable historical events during her lifetime. What an honor it is for her to make history by being the first resident at Brookdale University Park, and first person in our family, to bravely receive the groundbreaking vaccine. The Grainger family appreciates all that Brookdale has done to keep Babe well and love her unconditionally.” Mary Foster, Daughter of Brookdale resident Agnes (Babe) Grainger

senior scene brookdale strongDecember 29, 2020 Brookdale University Park held its first vaccine clinic. Other clinics are being scheduled now.


An Invitation to Experience Brookdale

Residents of Brookdale University Park enjoy an engaging lifestyle with a selection of care options to meet changing needs. The community conveniently located off Lakeshore Drive offers a full continuum of care, including independent living, assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care and skilled nursing and rehabilitation. Brookdale offers virtual visits and tours, live video chats as well as in person visits in which safety measures are taken to protect you, residents and staff. Face covering required (if you don’t have one, one will be provided), six-foot social distance maintained during visits, hand sanitizing stations throughout areas, temperature and health screenings at entrance of the community, 205-870-0786, www.brookdale.com.

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-Leanne Messer, Brookdale University Park
Contact Leanne to participate in upcoming Brookdale
educational offerings as well as schedule a tour, kmesser@brookdale.com, 205-613-0688

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