CORRECTION: 8 skilled nursing facilities in Shoreline have COVID-19 cases

Friday, May 8, 2020

This article has been updated

Facilities in Shoreline and North Seattle that were listed as having 1-5 deaths, are actually facilities reporting that they have COVID-19 cases they are dealing with in conjunction with the health authorities.

King county has issued information about the COVID-19 cases in skilled nursing facilities in the county.

303 deaths from COVID-19 in King county were in assisted living / skilled nursing facilities. This is 63.5% of the 480 total deaths in King county.

15 cities have at least one facility with a COVID-19 case. Seattle has the most with 26. Kirkland, where it all started, has 5. They have the highest number of deaths, because of the LifeCare Center which has 45. Enumclaw Health and Rehab reports 23 deaths and Issaquah Nursing and Rehab reports 19.

Shoreline has 8 facilities with cases - the highest number of facilities in the county reporting COVID-19 after Seattle.

Facilities in Shoreline reporting more than 5 deaths:

18  Richmond Beach Rehab 19235 15th Ave NW
18  Park Ridge Care Center 1250 NE 145th St
11  CRISTA Rehab and Skilled Care 19301 Kings Garden Dr N

Other Shoreline facilities with COVID-19 cases:

Aegis of Shoreline 14900 First Ave NE
Courtyard at Cristwood 19303 Fremont Ave N
Fircrest Residential and Rehab 15230 15th Ave NE
Oaks at Forest Bay (formerly Arden) 16357 Aurora
Shoreline Health and Rehab 2818 N 145th

In Kenmore:
6 deaths at Sunrise . Kenmore Senior Living 7221 NE 182nd

In North Seattle

10 deaths at Columbia Lutheran Home 4700 Phinney Ave N

North Seattle facilities reporting COVID-19 cases:

North Haven Senior Living 531 NE 112th St
University House Wallingford 4400 Stone Way N
Foss Home and Village 13023 Greenwood Ave N
Hearthstone Greenlake 6720 E Greenlake Way N

Of 1164 licensed group homes, there were only 26 facilities had cases. They accounted for 28 deaths.

Long term care data dashboard


Update 5-8-20: Aegis of Shoreline reports that they have not had any COVID-19 related deaths among patients. We are checking further - stand by for more updates.

Updated 5-9-20


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