Quality Living at The Atrium 

Our facility is a licensed nursing and rehabilitation community dedicated to providing the elderly with compassionate, high-quality care in a safe and comfortable environment.

July 22, 2021 Current Facility Stats

We are happy to report one employee, who initially tested positive for COVID-19, has been deemed recovered. To recap, we currently have one positive employee. Positive employees will not return to work until deemed recovered.

We continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control, Local Health Department, and Texas Health and Human Services guidance in medically assessing and examining employees at the beginning and end of each shift. We are diligently monitoring and assessing residents and employees, following the disinfecting and housekeeping protocols, adhering to social distancing guidelines, and numerous other preventative measures. Residents have been assigned representatives to aid with communication to family members via Smartphones, tablets, and computers to help minimize feelings of social isolation.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends who have lost loved ones due to COVID-19. As our nation and the world experience the impact made by the Coronavirus pandemic, rest assured we have implemented the best available precautions and have the appropriate supplies needed to care for your loved one. If you have questions or comments, please call our COVID-19 hotline at 210-693-1370 or email Administrator Gary Goodin at GGoodin@paramounthc.com.


Visitation is only open for essential caregivers at this time. We will notify you when other types of visitation reopen. Reservations are required for all visits with your loved ones. Please call 210-614-9974 to schedule your visit.


The Texas Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is hosting a weekly Q&A for Families of LTC Residents.
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