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Employee Resources - Coronavirus COVID-19

At Terrebonne General, our goal is to keep our patients, providers, team members, and the general public informed. For the most accurate and timely information on Coronavirus (COVID -19), please go to and click on the Coronavirus link. Information specifically about Terrebonne Parish can be found by clicking on the bubble map. It is updated on a daily basis. Other links for more detailed information regarding COVID -19 can also be found on this website.

Employee Updates

August 20, 2021

To say that the past 18 months have been challenging would be an understatement; however, throughout this unprecedented pandemic, you all have stepped up and found ways to work together to continue to care for our community.
We can all be proud of what we have accomplished together as a leader in tough times and our community continues to look to us all for guidance, strength and reassurance.
As you are aware, the COVID Delta Variant has become prevalent across Louisiana and healthcare is again on the frontlines. Currently, our COVID cases continue to climb at an exceeding fast pace. In an effort to protect our patients, staff, and physicians, several precautions have been put in place.
Our policies and processes that were in place prior have been reinstituted. Masks are mandated for all, along with patient visitation limited per our prior policy. At this time, the DELTA Variant has shown to be highly contagious and easily transmittable, so please assure that mask and hand washing precautions are adhered to. We continue to offer the vaccine for all staff during work or after, please call Teresita McNabb at 873-4664 to schedule.
Our main goal is to keep our patients and staff safe at all times. Please know that I truly appreciate all you do and your continued dedication and perseverance as we face this new COVID challenge again!






Program Allows Eligible Families to Access Subsidized Care for Children Age 12 and Under

BATON ROUGE, La. – In response to the critical staffing shortages in acute care hospitals in the fourth surge of COVID-19, the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) in partnership with Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) today opened the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) to support essential hospital personnel in Tier 1 or 2 hospital settings. These families can access subsidized care for children age 12 and under at Type III licensed childcare centers, or through registered and certified family childcare and in-home providers for 12 months by simply completing an applicationand providing a signed letter of employment and title.

Effective today, families of essential hospital personnel in Tier 1 or 2 hospital settings are eligible for CCAP and their applications will be expedited. Essential hospital personnel include the following titles:

· Nurses, LPN, RN, APRN

· Nursing Assistants - Medical Assistants, Aides, Personal Care Attendants

· Therapists - OT, PT, Respiratory

· Mental Health, Social Worker, Counselors

· Emergency Medical Technicians

· Laboratory Staff

· Nutritional Staff

· Janitorial Services

· Other employees that provide direct care

As of now, applications will be accepted through October 31, 2021. Interested families must complete the CCAP Pandemic Protective Services Crisis Application and submit a signed letter on hospital letterhead verifying title and employment.

Upon approval, certification for childcare services will be valid for 12 months. The Department will reassess applications as it continues to monitor the need.

If essential hospital personnel need care during hours that do not fit traditional child care center hours such as night time care, they may have someone become a CCAP certified in-home provider and come into their home to provide care.

Access the CCAP Pandemic Protective Services Crisis Application.

View Child Care Assistance Program subsidy rates.

For more information, please contact

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