“okay, now just 2 more.” When we are done with the x-rays we head back to our room. “I’ll be right back with the x-rays,” The doctor replies.
First patient, is 18 year old Sue Smith. Sue has a healthy history but has recently complained of a pounding headache, fever, tight neck, and is extremely lethargic. She rooms with her soccer teammate Jill who has not been feeling well either. Lymph, blood, and urine are collected for testing. Her DNA sequencing was used in a
UCM: CPSW did a home visit to Ms. Brenda Borkovec's home. Both children were in the living room playing together. Also, Ms. Brenda was in the living room holding Aydden and feeding him. Ms. Brenda stated that she has not received any papers regarding her foster care license. Ms. Brenda stated that she is frustrated with the process and that it has taken a longer time. Ms. Brenda mentioned that it has taken a long time for her to complete her fingerprint. She reported that currently she is waiting the background study and fingerprint forms to be sent to her. Ms. Borkovec's phone ring and it was Elizabeth Borkovec. Ms. Brenda asked CPSW if Elizabeth can come and join the meeting. CPSW approved it and Elizabeth Borkovec showed up less than 5 minutes.
Child Welfare: Children were present at the time of the meeting. Children seemed to be well and
On May 23rd, 2017 at approximately 8:02am I Officer J. Quiles #1869 assisted in serving a, narcotics search warrant at 807 Cedar Cove. Upon arrival, I had initially provided support in standing by while the Narcotics team went through the house getting everyone out. I then was asked to assist
On Thursday 12/24/2015 at approximately 2307 hours. Security Officer Omar Alonso (420) was contacted by E.D. Charge Nurse Sharey Selover about an uncooperative intoxicated male patient, Jose D. Gonzalez (DOB: 03/30/1977; FIN# 85006354), come in through the EMS Offload area. Officers Alonso and Ayuso reported to the call and observed an intoxicated male being wheeled into the Special Care Unit (SCU) E.D. room # 39. According to his assigned Nurse Sara Lopez, the patient had been involved in a physical altercation and had been kicked hard in the groin area. Patient did not behave badly or disruptive once he saw that Security were present and his Nurse was able to get his vitals, blood work, and urine without having any issues. Security staff
On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at about 10:00 p.m. Resident Director (RD) Jessica Estrada was on duty when she was approached by Resident Juliana Lopez. Juliana asked to speak to RD Jessica in private. Once in the Melody Hall Office, Juliana began telling RD Jessica that she was feeling uncomfortable
“Yes, that’s okay Dr.Timmy, but what kind of tests are you doing on me, Dr.Timmy? Hopefully, they don’t take some blood tests, or ask me a lot of questions because I hate needles, and answering a lot of questions.
The mother reported from September of 2012 to June of 2013, Mr. DaSilva began taking Drea to school resulting in 15 lateness. Ms. Palmenta reported in September of 2013, she filed a petition at family court “modification of visitation stipulation” she stated that it was due to the father not
IRTC spoke with Detective Shepard who reported that she observed the subject child on 9/28/17 with CPS, Angelina Roberts, at Harlem Hospital and the injuries are visible. Detective Shepard
There is also a misconception that Dr. Ketchum processed all the samples in her facility. This is not true. Dr. Ketchum realized with the groundbreaking implications of this study blind testing was a must. She contracted the services of the following laboratories to perform blind testing on the samples and return the results. This means some of the laboratories had no idea what they were testing. The laboratories were given the samples and ask to run a DNA profile. The origin of the DNA samples was withheld from the laboratories.
The reporter stated even though Sevilla has her own home, she's stayed with her sister for the last two months. The reporter stated that the home is crowded and there are 8 people living in a two bedroom home. The reporter stated he's unsure why Savilla is staying with her sister when she has her own home. Mr. Smith stated there isnt room Savilla and her son to sleep in the home so they sleep on the floor. According to the reporter, there is alcohol on the bar and marijuana use while the child is present. The reporter stated the child's basic needs are met but he would rather have the child in his custody or least be able to visit him.
The mother once again fought to keep her son in the hospital until all of his tests came back normal, and wants other parents to do the same for their children:
CP waited for grandparents to pick up the children from Lucinda's home. Grandparents did provided their contact information to CP. The children were calm
A witness reported seeing one of the girls start to cry. It appeared this girl was having a panic attack. Another witness reported seeing a nearby family