UPDATE 3/20/2020 COVID-19 (coronavirus) Preventative Measures at Tully Hill

Cathy Palm
Cathy Palm
March 20, 2020

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 FACILITY ENTRANCE POLICY

IF YOU ARE HERE TO PICK-UP A DISCHARGED PATIENT:

If you are in our entrance use the phone on the wall and wait for Nursing or Reception to answer.   Tell them your name and the name of the patient you are here to pick up.  Please return to your vehicle – you may pull your car up in the circle and the patient will meet you at the vehicle. 

If you return to your car and would like to dial us from your cell phone at (315)696-6114, tell Nursing your name and the name of the patient you are picking up.  Staff will instruct the patient to meet you in the circle at your vehicle.

IF YOU ARE HERE FOR YOUR SCHEDULED EVALUATION:

Only you and 1 person accompanying you will be able to enter our facility.  Upon entering our lobby, our nursing staff will be taking your temperature using a temporal (forehead) thermometer.  If your temperature is 100-degrees Fahrenheit or higher, you will be denied entrance and/or admission to Tully Hill, and advised of an appropriate course of action.

IF YOU ARE HERE DELIVERING ANYTHING:

Before entering our nursing staff will be taking your temperature using a temporal (forehead) thermometer.  If your temperature is 100-degrees Fahrenheit or higher you will be denied entrance and/or admission to Tully Hill, and advised of an appropriate course of action.

Cathy Palm

Executive Director

Cathy Palm has served as the Executive Director for Tully Hill Chemical Dependency Treatment Center since 1996. Ms. Palm is one of 7 founding board members actively involved since 1989. Under her leadership, a 2.2 million dollar capital campaign raised 1.6 million dollars which enabled Tully Hill Corporation to purchase their current facilities on October 31, 2003. Ms. Palm is also a founding board member of the Tully Hill Foundation, which raises funds exclusively for the Tully Hill Corporation. Ms. Palm continues to provide leadership to meet the challenges of a dynamic healthcare marketplace. Ms. Palm currently serves on the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) Board of Directors, where she has served since 2000. She was elected Chair of the NAATP Board in May 2009 to 2011. She also serves on the NAATP PAC Board.