The manager denied having kicked or strike Gloria in any way. The Officer made an attempt to interview Gloria but was unable to obtain information due to her mental deterioration. Gloria was able to understand the concern regarding the injuries to her legs and pulled up her pants legs to reveal them to the Officer. The Officer observed one large lesion around 3 inches by 2 inches. The Officer stated Gloria 's left leg was bandage however he was able to take a photo of both
At approximately 0115 hours after returning from a cell check inmate dean informed me that he no longer needs to go to the ER, because he popped his shoulder back into place. I informed inmate Dean that he needed to either sign a medical refusal form stating he doesn’t want to be transported to the ER or he will be going. Inmate Dean stated he will be fine if he could just get some pain medicine. At approximately 0125 I called Dr. Jacquemin and informed him inmate Dean popped his dislocated shoulder back into place by himself. Dr. Jacquemin instructed that he no longer needed to go to the ER and I was to give him 800mg of Motrin and an ice pack.
I look out the dirt coated window, street signs passing briefly by the car, “Welcome to Cincinnati”. “JUst a few more minutes now.” Logan says, breaking the silence between us. It’s weird to be on my own metaphorically, no nurse button, no lunch at twelve everyday. I had been in the hospital
The man woke calmly, just like any other ordinary morning, he got up out of his soft bed and looked at the other side. It was empty, it seemed his wife had gone shopping, the man turned and stumbled out of the room into the cozy living room. The fireplace was lit and kept the room bright and warm. The man continued walking through and into the kitchen, the benches were clean and ordered. He opened the freezer, got out two slices of bread and put them into the toaster.
For my Life-Span interview project, I decided to interview someone who was in the late adulthood period of their life. The interview was conducted in the interviewee 's home, on November 12th, 2015. The woman I choose to interview was known to me, and she is currently 76 years of age, a grandmother with four children and seven grandchildren. We sat down and chatted for about an hour and a half. I started the interview by making small talk and then moved into the interview questions.
I believe our impact goes unnoticed physically, because most of our efforts are making sure our patients are emotionally healed as well as physically. As volunteers, our duties are to assure our patients are well and comfortable even in the middle of hardship and chaos. It has made a better all around person and it has taught me several valuable lessons- it’s the small gestures that go a long way. A smile, cup of coffee, or even a small stuffed
I had asked her what other careers there were in healthcare and she briefly mentioned a few. However, physician assistant stood out to me. Not long after, I shadowed a PA at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the interventional radiology department to gain more insight. I admired his ability to perform a procedure alone, which is only possible after the radiologist and the PA are confident this can be done safely and with high quality. I appreciated how he would talk to his patients before the procedure, making sure they understood everything that was to happen and comforting them.
In my opinion, the psych techs and security guards provide the most genuine care to the patients. They are always in the dayroom or hallways socializing with the patients or participating in crafts with them. If I had a question about the patient, I asked the psyche techs as they knew most aspects of their lives. We attended two group sessions for the remainder of the
On 8/14/17 Joseph Gomez, Wellness Coach (WC) made a visit to Angel Lopez (Tenant) at his apartment for the purpose of following up on her mental health, medical wellness and to address any issues she may be experiencing. When WC arrived Tenant was quite cordial. Tenant was dressed appropriately and was well groomed. When WC arrived tenant was reading the news on the internet. He appeared to be mentally stable.
CCIB Intake received the SOC 341 for resident Clothide McCord. Reporting party Tonya Hill Conservator- Deputy Public Guardian 222 W. Brookside Ave., Redlands CA 92373 (909) 798-8500. The reporting party and Public Health Nurse, Sandra Garcia visited Clothide at the facility on 12/13/16. The resident was found barely responsive and dehydrated.
On Sunday 01/08/17 at 0312 hours I was dispatched to a physical domestic at 1551 8th ST NE apartment #A in the City of Auburn, King Co, WA. Dispatch advised the reporting person, Amanda Silverman, stated she there was a physical fight with pushing between she and her ex-boyfriend, Kalvin Rutagengwa. I met with Amanda outside her apartment. Amanda said at about 0210 hours Kalvin, who she had been dating for the past year and half, came to her residence. Amanda explained Kalvin did not live with her, but he was invited tonight.
CM Gilmore completed a home visit to ensure safety and well-being of the child that was listed on the report. Bmo Denikca Davis and VC A’Neeya Belton currently reside in the home. CM Gilmore explained her purpose of the visit, and Bmo allowed CM to come in the home to discuss the allegations listed in the report. Bmo reported: • Vc’s behavior have been bad at school consistently each day of the week.
My principal, Dr. Grant Bell, is aware of how his presence in the school building make a difference for the teachers, students, and visitors that enter the school and therefore he is intentional with his actions. He walks the halls during transition times in order to interact with the students, but also to tell the teachers that he is grateful for the time and dedication to the school. Many times he can be seen in the lunchroom visiting with the students to hear about their day. To some, this may seem like a small, irrelevant task but to the people in the school, it goes a long way. His effort to tell everyone how he is proud and thankful to spend each day with them can often be the difference between a good day and a bad day.