COVID-19 Response


As the nation continues to navigate the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, Magnolia Springs Loveland has prioritized the health and well-being of our residents and team members.


With the support of our management company, Life Care Services, we have expanded our infection and disease prevention protocols based upon the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention guidance for long-term care communities. This includes enhanced cleaning protocols, screening and restrictions for visitors and new residents, social distancing practices and increased training for team members.


And through it all, we have focused on providing the experiences Life Care Services communities are known for. We remain dedicated to serving our seniors, first and foremost.


We recognize the big moments.
Big moments deserve to be recognized, no matter what’s going on outside our doors. That’s why we’re taking time to celebrate the big moments in residents’ lives, like birthdays and anniversaries. While a virtual party can’t replace an in-person gathering, it does remind residents that we can always find ways to celebrate positive moments during this time.


We honor daily routines.
We know residents miss the little moments in the day that bring people together, like morning coffee or cocktail hour. Coffee deliveries and socially distant cocktail carts are just two of the many ways our community ensures residents still get to enjoy these routine-but important-activities.


We appreciate each other’s company.
It’s hard to be apart from friends and family, but technology has given us dozens of ways to turn life’s moments into virtual experiences. We recognize the activities residents typically look forward to and are turning them into virtual or socially-distanced events, providing the opportunity for meaningful connections daily.


We encourage physical and mental wellness.
Staying active – both physically and mentally – is essential to emotional well-being. From streaming exercise classes to setting up reading or pen-pal programs with local school children, we are dedicated to helping our residents stay active and connected.


Rest assured, at Magnolia Springs Loveland, Experience is Everything. We remain inspired by the many ways our community team ensures residents feel connected and cared for as we all learn to adjust to this “new normal.”


Community Reopening Update:


Magnolia Springs Loveland will continue to work in partnership with Life Care Services as well as local, state and federal government agencies to prioritize the safety of our residents. Our dining venues are now open for socially-distanced dine-in opportunities. We are scheduling outdoor connection opportunities on our private patio. We welcome the opportunity to provide virtual visits to those wanting to connect with a loved one or view more about life at our community.


Priority Access to Newly F.D.A. Approved COVID-19 Vaccine


Magnolia Springs Loveland has chosen to partner with CVS Pharmacy to host an on-site vaccine clinic for the COVID-19 vaccine administration process.  Our community has completed the first major step in the process in updating our contact information to ensure the communication gets to the right people.  At this time, we are awaiting our pre-selected dates and times for our assigned on-site vaccine clinic.  Each state is managing the distribution of the vaccine and as a Long Term Care Facility (LTCF) we are part of that Phase 1A  distribution.  Phase 1A includes health care workers and personnel who are routinely involved in the care of COVID-19 patients, residents and staff at nursing homes, residents and staff at assisted living facilities, patients & staff at state psychiatric hospitals, people with intellectual disabilities and those with mental illness, who live in group homes or centers and staff at those locations, residents and staff at Ohio veterans homes and EMS responders.  During Phase 1 the vaccine supply will be limited, however, the vaccine administration will be focused on reaching these critical groups.  Friday December 18th will be the first vaccine administration day for nursing home residents and staff in Ohio.  This is a very fluid situation and can change at any given moment.  Please check back for more updates!


If you have further questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit the CDC website here. Please contact us at 513-657-3790 or email us at for specific information about the vaccination plan at Magnolia Springs Loveland.


To review current FAQs regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine, please click here.

Still Have Questions?

The safety and wellbeing of our residents and team members remain our highest priority. Now more than ever, we are a vital place for seniors who may otherwise be isolated at home. For immediate assistance, call 513-813-5733 or fill out the form and one of our dedicated team members will be in touch shortly.

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