OC Health Care Agency COVID - Action Summary

County Action Summary June 15 - June 21

Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living/Residential Care Facility Status

  • The definition of an 'outbreak' is two (2) or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in facility residents within 14 days.
  • Currently there are 44 facilities that meet this definition as of June 19: Acacia Villas, ActiveCare Yorba Linda, Advanced Rehab Center of Tustin, Alamitos West Health Care Center, Anaheim Crown Plaza, Anaheim Healthcare Center, Brookdale Anaheim, Brookdale Nohl Ranch, Buena Vista Care Center, Cambridge House, Country Villa Plaza, Coventry Court, French Park Care Center, Garden Grove Convalescent Hospital, Garden Park Care Center, Golden Leisure Home, Gordon Lane Care Center, Harbor Villa Care Center, Healthcare Center of Orange County, Heathers Wintergreen, Huntington Valley Healthcare Center, Kamstra, Kindred Brea SAU, Laguna Hills Health & Rehab, Leisure Court Nursing Center, ManorCare Health Services-Fountain Valley, Orange Healthcare & Wellness, Orangegrove Rehab Hospital, Pacific Heaven Healthcare Center, Palm Terrace, Park Anaheim Healthcare Center, Sea Cliff Healthcare Center, Seal Beach Health & Rehab, South Coast Post Acute, St. Edna Subacute and Rehab, St Francis Home, Sunflower Garden, Terrace View Care Center, The Groves of Tustin, The Hills Post Acute, The Regency, West Anaheim Extended Care, Whitten Heights, and Windsor Gardens Center of Anaheim.
  • All Orange County SNFs will have received a 14-day supply of PPE from the County stockpile by next week with additional PPE supplies being provided by FEMA.

Medical Equipment and Supplies

Distributed Resources to the Community Quantity*
N95 masks 1.8M
Surgical masks 742,411
Gowns 556,578
PPE - suit 12,312
Gloves 427,250
Eye Protection 124,063
Hand Sanitizer 201,847
Other Items 133,638
Total 4,085,974

*Approximates 2/18/2020-6/22/2020

 

Outstanding Resource Requests from the State Quantity
N95 Masks 2,803,410
Face Shields 253,600
Gloves 112,000
Gowns 489,130
Eye Protection/goggles 6,900
Hand Sanitizer 7,880

 


 

Donations To-Date

Donated Items Quantity
N95 masks 1,474,785
Surgical masks 44,893
Gloves 188,550
Face Shields 619
Goggles 141
Gowns 66,538
Suits 3,184
Shoe Covers 60
Hand Sanitizers 1,049
Disinfectant 12
KN95 or similar 6,263

 


 

Hospital Support, Communication, Readiness, and Response

Bed Preparedness for Surge

Table 1 includes the current bed capacity in the hospital system. As of 6/13/20, OC hospitals are at 60% total hospital capacity and the system has sufficient surge capacity to scale up to 70%, if needed.

Table 1

Current Bed Capacity*
Total # of Hospital Beds (pre-COVID-19) 4,879
Ventilators 809
Expanded Bed Capacity (8%) +396 5,275
Existing Surge Tents Not in Use 5,325
Ordered Surge Tents 20 tents add 200 beds (Not in Use) 5,525
FAIRVIEW +100 5,625
Total Bed Capacity 5,625

*Using hospital reported data to State

Alternate Care Site Overview

Fairview (COVID-19 +)
Patient Census (as of 6/15/2020 06:30) CURRENT TOTAL
Orange County 0 15
LA County 1 13
Ventura County 0 1
Total patients CENSUS / TOTAL ACCEPTED 6 29
Patients Discharged TOTAL
AMA 0
DISCHARGED 28
EXPIRED 0
TRANSFERRED 0

 

Homeless Response

The data below is reflective of the County’s COVID-19 Homelessness Response System which is being managed by Illumination Foundation, the contracted provider, and encompasses the following three components:

  1. Temporary Isolation Shelter for individuals who are sick or symptomatic for COVID-19
  2. Temporary Shelter for Vulnerable Populations, including asymptomatic individuals who are medically vulnerable and /or 65 years and older.
  3. Temporary Emergency Shelter System for individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness and asymptomatic. Illumination Foundation provides daily meals and snacks, medical oversight, on-site security, transportation in and out of all sites, linkage to support services, and coordinates with Health Care Agency for behavioral health services.
Access Referral Line 6/15 to 6/21 Total to Date
Incoming Calls to Access Referral Line 323 2,911
Calls that Resulted in Referrals 146 1,559

The chart below provides a breakdown of the occupancy by program component and by site.

  Current Occupany
(as of 6/21)
Availability Total Capacity
Temporary Isolation Shelters 33 104 137
Orange Hotel 29 98 127
Laguna Hills Motel 4 6 10
Temporary Shelter for Vulnerable Population 484 64 529
Anaheim Hotel 233 31 264
Stanton Motel 64 8 72
Huntington Beach Motel 140 (includes 13 partners) 0 127
Laguna Hills Hotel 47 19 66
Temporary Emergency Shelter 34 66 100
Joplin 34 66 100

 

Public Safety Net

Call Volumes

Hotline/Phone Number Call Volume
2-1-1 2,100
Adult Protective Services 381
CalFresh* 4,514
CalWORKs* 4,044
Child Abuse Registry 694
Community Counseling Support Services (HCA) 75
Economic Business and Recovery Call Center (OCCR) 276
General Relief* 761
Health Referral Line (HCA) 1,646
Medi-Cal (SSA)* 6,978
NAMI WarmLine (HCA) 1,293
OCLinks (HCA) 249
Office on Aging Call Line (OCCR) 677
Orange County Public Information Line (EOC)** N/A

**EOC Hotline was discontinued on 4/17


 

In-Home Supportive Services

On 6/19/20 SSA started a new round of wellness check calls to IHSS clients to ensure their basic needs are being met. Calls are targeted to recipients who are severely impaired and living alone, are 85 years and older and have 200 or more authorize hours with an IHSS provider. As of 6/22/20 3,611 calls were made and we have another 702 remaining calls to be made. Additionally, SSA’s IHSS hotline received 69 calls reflecting requests for immediate needs and resources during the week of 6/15 – 6/19.

Public Assistance Applications

Total Applications Received (6/15-6/19)
Medi-Cal 1,191
CalFresh 2,904
CalWORKs 230
General Relief 252
Total 4,577

 

Emergent Need Benefits

Emergent Services (6/15-6/20)
Expedited Services 24
Immediate Need 1
EBT New Card Issuance (Includes CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief, Forster Care) 109
EBT Replacement Cards (CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief) 282
Total 416

 


 

Vulnerable Population Response

Home Delivered Meals

Measure Total
Meals Distributed 24,317
Individuals Served 7,325

Congregate Site Meals*

Measure Total
Meals Distributed 31,811
Individuals Served 7,536


*Meals provided in a drive thru setting at senior centers.

Great Plates Delivered Meals Program

Measure Total
Meals Distributed 21,829
Individuals Served 1,929

Jails Update

Measure Number of Individuals
Positive Cases* 389 (4 current)
Pending Cases* 66
Quarantined (No symptoms)* 464 (includes 463 new bookings)
Medically Isolated (symptomatic)* 6

*As of June 22, 2020