Rico heard a noise behind that door down the hall. The dark, spooky, never quiet hall. The hall whose doors house mentally insane people. People who scream day in and day out, tearing at their bonds, wanting to escape. But today was different. Today the hall was deathly quiet. Rico was charged never to step foot inside the doors unless he had a weapon or another person with him. But today was different. He couldn’t find anyone. All his coworkers and weapons were gone. The entire building was silent. Rico was by far the youngest one at the insane asylum, working as an apprentice. He usually stayed downstairs. But today was different. The sudden silence drew him upstairs, and the sudden noise freaked him out. He slowly walked to the door and eased it open……”Hello, boy!” screamed a raspy voice. A voice that hadn’t spoken in months. A voice that he recognized. “It’s you!” he screamed, but before he could run, he was whipped inside and the door slammed shut and locked.
The Mt. Pleasant State Hospital, located in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. The hospital was opened on February 26, 1861 under its original name of Iowa Lunatic Asylum. It was constructed between the years of 1855 and 1865. The asylum when it opened, became the first asylum that was public in Iowa. Mt. Pleasant also housed alcoholics and drug addicts. The hospital suffered through a harsh fire that occurred in 1936, where it destroyed almost all of the section where the administration was. They later began to build a much newer structure in the 20th century where now, not much of the original structure exists.
Ben and his family lived in a wonderful, well built home in 1943. The war had just began and there were many people who were getting taken in the concentration camps. Ben and his family did not think they were going to take them, they did not think they would actually do it to them. Well, they were wrong, the Natzis came and took Ben Camm and his family to the concentration camps.
In Green bay, Wisconsin, at a softball facility, on January 23rd, Seriena Dunaway was playing in a softball league. Dunaway was playing against Elite, her team 's biggest rival. The air was cool and the playing turf was rough and hard to run or slide on. The people in the crowd could see the tension. The music was loud and seemed out of place.
Before conducting this research I hypothesized that physicians’ experiences could help improve health policy and health law. My hypothesis was based on the fact that physicians have first-hand experience with what is going on in the healthcare system and are the ones that have to carry out health laws and policies. So, by listening to the experiences of physicians, policymakers could gain insight on what is working, not working and what needs to be improved within the healthcare system. The question that this study focused on was what is the hospitalist experience with New York’s Family Health Care Decisions Act (2010) at the University of Rochester Medical Center? In regard to this Act I wanted to see how using hospitalists’ experiences could be used to improve the Act. The broader intent of this study was to discover how the experiences of physicians in particular can be used to influence health policy in general, and specifically, whether physician’s experiences should and (or) can be used to
"You ought to be more alert Matthew! I'm pretty sure you wouldn't be awake if you took that hit."
Primarily, Caring Memorial Hospital will be held liable in this malpractice case under the premise of respondeat superior. “Under respondeat superior an employer is liable for the negligent act or omission of any employee acting within the course and scope of his employment” (Thornton, 2010, para. 2). The risk manager Susan Post, JD and the quality assurance director Amy Green were both aware of the potential for increased risk on the Oncology unit. They had been making observations several months prior to incident that related to deficiencies in staffing and safety standards. Per, ASCO and ONS (2012) new staff are required to demonstrate competency and receive comprehensive chemotherapy education. Jeffery Chambers, RN was
Is it broken i think to myself? The ambulance has finally arrived, They but me up in the gury and they put me in the back of the ambulance and then they drove off. About 10 mins later we finally arrive to the hospital they open the doors and take me out . They immeditaly rushed me inside. ¨he needs a surgery right away.¨ The doctor says.
She takes a new gauze, rolling it around the wound cushioned with some cotton. After a while, Anna stops gasping. Her eyes slowly open. Phew!
“I’m fine it just hurts a ton!” He yelled with intermissions of pain induced grunts. I start to rip my sleeve off and wrap it around his leg. “You had a pretty rough landing and knocked yourself out like a dumbass. I put you on my back but they got me in the back of my leg, obviously, just before I got to this ledge. Those guys back there had our cover though.” He says pointing where the red phaser beams are striking.
P: Clean the wound with tap water and Hibiclens, Band-Aid applied The TM instructed on s/s of infection to watch out for. The TM verbalized the understanding.
Nurse Ratched runs over and pushing through the crowd of people blocking the door. She yells and shoves people until finally she can see what has happened. I weave my way up to the doorway until I too can see everything going on. Billy is holding a piece of blood covered glass and laying on the floor covered in his own blood. It appear he has cut his throat, and died.
Emilie: (trying to control her voice so she won’t scream) she is a human being, she has feelings and this is going to effect her future life.
The worst typical day is at my so called job, which is softball practice. I like softball practice, but this one day it really stunk. It all started out by me being late to softball practice. I normally get off the bus around 3:30, but that day the bus was having some problems. The bus had to pull over and the bus driver had to check the engine. By the time she checked the engine it was 3:30.I got home around 4:00 which put me 30 minutes behind schedule.
The man leans into you. There is a dark red almost black color to the whites of his eyes. He is so close his nose is almost touching your nose. You can feel his breath when he says " We all have it in here. We are all infected". That’s it were all going to die if we don’t get some help imminently someone go and get a nurse or a doctor my eyes hurt really bad. Im starting to feel light headed someone help me please. Help is on the way someone replied. Here I m getting rushed to the hospital and all of a sudden I hear us stopping and the nurse puts on a nurse mask and goes to the front and tells me the driver has what ever I have. I get to the hospital and she tells me I might not make out the hospital alive. All of a sudden I start shaking and