PVHC Community

This update is for June 6, 2022
We had a staff member test positive this morning on a rapid test that was completed following and exposure outside of the facility. This staff member has no COVID symptoms and does not provide any direct resident care.
The facility will remain in Outbreak status for a minimum of 2 weeks. The earliest date that the facility would be out of outbreak status is now 6/20.
Staff Testing
ALL Staff are REQUIRED to be tested.
Staff that are up to date with vaccines – meaning your initial dose and 1 booster shot – will be required to be tested ONCE weekly
Staff that are NOT up to date or have approved religious or medical exemptions – will be required to be tested TWICE weekly
Community Transmission Rate
The community transmission rate continues to rise. Today the community transmission rate is at a medium level and the % Positivity for Winnebago County is 11.13.
There are no changes to Visitation.
1. Visitors are required to wear a mask within the facility. Visitors can choose to remove the mask if they are fully vaccinated and boosted when in the residents room with the door closed.
2. Visitors should remain out of common areas and should visit only in the residents room
3. Visitors should avoid unnecessary stops within the building
4. Outdoor visits are highly encouraged as the weather continues to improve
5. Visitors should NOT visit if they:
* Have symptoms of COVID-19
* Have been in contact with someone Confirmed with COVID-19
* Have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in their quarantine timeframe


Jessica Gilson, RN Manager-Quality Assurance & Infection Control

Volunteer Information

People volunteer for a wide variety of reasons. Some enjoy being helpful to others and bringing about smiles. Others want to feel useful and share their skills, gifts and abilities. Whatever the reason may be, volunteering can be a rewarding experience. Whether volunteering as an individual, a family, or with a friend, the contribution will provide a rewarding experience!

There are many volunteer opportunities for people to take part in at Park View. The following list includes a few of the opportunities available for volunteers:

  • Escorting residents to:

       *Hair salon

       *Community appointments & outings

       *PVHC activities and the clinic

       *Outdoors for walks

  • Hosting Bingo sessions
  • Writing cards
  • Reading poetry, short stories and newspapers
  • Visiting one-on-one with residents
  • Sing-alongs
  • Showing videos and slides
  • Bringing a pet to visit
  • Playing games with a resident


If you are interested in becoming a PVHC volunteer, please contact the Activity Services office at 920-237-6931.


Share Your Talents -- Share Your Smile -- Make a Difference!




If you have any questions, please feel free to email Ashley Paul at apaul@co.winnebago.wi.us


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Park View Health Center

725 Butler Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8149
Oshkosh:(920) 237-6300
Neenah:(920) 727-2883
Fax:(920) 237-6944
Admissions:(920) 420-0971
TTY:(920) 237-6974


Kara Gruber

Director Of Nursing

Ashley Paul

Financial Services Manager

Doug Petraszak

Food & Nutrition Services Manager

Cathy Ransom

Social Wellness Manager

Carrie Baxter-Crist