Nursing Leadership Reflection

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I would like to give a special thanks and recognition to all of the nursing staff on the great work you’re doing in helping us to advance in service excellence and clinical excellence. Your service excellence skills, clinical knowledge, and critical thinking skills go highly noticed and speak volumes to the patient, family, vendors and floating staff in the unit. I cannot express enough of the positive feedback I receive from patients, families, and floating staff during my leadership rounds. You are truly an asset in the unit in making the patient experience rewarding during the hospital stay. Although we sometime experience challenges resulting in service recovery, we will continue to maintain focus on the #1 priority, which…show more content…
Please complete the assigned training module on health-stream to ensure competency and use of the language line services. There were two telephone placed at the nursing station along with interpreting posters designed to meet the language need of the patient during the hospital stay. Attention to all Staff, the GLOBO language service line was converted and implemented on 2/28/17. Please complete the assigned training module on health-stream to ensure competency and use of the language line services. There were two telephone placed at the nursing station along with interpreting posters designed to meet the language need of the patient during the hospital stay. Attention to all Staff, the GLOBO language service line was converted and implemented on 2/28/17. Please complete the assigned training module on health-stream to ensure competency and use of the language line services. There were two telephone placed at the nursing station along with interpreting posters designed to meet the language need of the patient during the hospital…show more content…
Please complete the assigned training module on health-stream to ensure competency and use of the language line services. There were two telephone placed at the nursing station along with interpreting posters designed to meet the language need of the patient during the hospital stay. “There has been questions and concerns on when to call a Rapid Response.” When you patient is experiencing an acute change in clinical condition resulting in deterioration, rapid response should be activated. The Rapid Response Team focus on patient’s emergent needs and manage critical situation to prevent avoidable deaths. The team assists the staff member in assessing and stabilizing the patient’s condition ,and organizing information to be communicated to the patient’s physician. In addition, The Rapid Response Team member also takes on the role of educator and support to the staff by assembling the various pieces of clinical information and pulling the pieces of the puzzle together. To ensure a better patient outcome. The staff members and Rapid Response Team members make the initial contact with the physician. If condition warrants, the Rapid Response Team assists with the patient transfer to a higher level of care. Please review policy #PC505 on further

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