On May 15, 2016 at approximately 2335 hours Security Officers Steven Evans and Omar Alonso were in the E.D. Security Office when we heard someone yell for help inside of the E.D. entrance doors in regards of a “Gunshot Wound” patient. Out of the Office, we observed a Hispanic male hoping towards the PFS counter with blood on his left abdominal area. Security Supvr. Evans grabbed a wheelchair and wheeled him to one of the E.D. triage room, while his friend, Joseph Park (witness) register him with PFS. Security team in coordination with E.D. Charge Nurse Robbie Phillips placed the Emergency Department in a lockdown, Security Officers responded and kept watch over both E.D. entrances. The patient, Daniel Lopez (DOB: 10/16/1997, FIN #85640879) was transferred to E.D. #35, he had 4 “GSW”, 2 on the right and left buttock, 1 on the right
On 5/29/17, at approximately 1804 hours, I was calling the last inmate for medication distribution in D-4, A pod. Myself and Nurse Bob were stationed at the entrance of A pod. Inmates began to crowd around the entrance of the bathroom. An unidentified inmate started yelling, "There is a guy on the floor in the bathroom having a seizure." I ordered the inmates to move out of the doorway of the bathroom. I had a partial view of the bathroom from the pod doorway and was able to partially see an inmate lying on the bathroom floor. I directed all inmates to lockdown in A pod and made a radio call to Security Control indicating there was a man down in D-4, A pod.
He reports the patient’s roommate was subsequently evicted from his home after the landlord inquired about the ambulance visiting. He reports he contacted her father concerning the patient residing within the family home, but the father has said no. In addition, he reports he has attempted to contact her uncle but has been unable to make contact with him. He reports he has attempted to make contact with her said friend who is considering allowing her the opportunity to reside with her but she has not answered her phone and he has been unable to leave a voice message. He reports no one wants her in their home, and the patient has “burned her bridges” with family members. He reports her family would benefit from counseling. In addition, he reports her family has high expectations of CPS. He reports her current case was not going to close within 12 days of 06/30/2017. In addition, the case will not
CCIB Intake received e-mail from John Merrill regarding the initial complaint. The information is the same as the LIC802. LA City Fire Department of the location being problematic due to the number of request for medical assistance. There is a resident who is diabetic and a victim of strokes and kidney failure. He is reported to be in need of care and supervision. He was ordered by the Court to be placed at the location and is assigned to a Probation
D-This writer met with the patient as he was placed on HOLD to address the status of the IOP. The patient provided this writer a paper that was provided to him with listing of IOP for him to explore. The paper shows scribbles of the patient taking down notes about his attempts of who he called. The patient reports Connecticut Addiction Recovery will call him back within 24-48 hours. The patient was able to schedule an appointment with New Direction for May 20th at 7pm; patient spoke with Dan. This writer commends the patient for all of his efforts; however, the patient needs to schedule something earlier than May 20th. This writer asked the patient about ICRC-Coventry House. According to the patient, he called the contact number and showed proof. The patient reports that ICRC gave him two different number and told him to do a walk-in at 8:30am. This writer shared with the patient about a recent conversation this writer had with ICRC. This writer told the patient
On 02/06/2017, at approximately 1715 hours, while I was conducting meal distribution and ID Headcount in Durango Jail, 3225 W. Gibson Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85009, Housing Unit D-3, Pod D. When Inmate Peterson, Jordan T324870, cell 57-2 received his meal tray, I noticed he had dried blood stains on his shirt, his left eye, left cheek and left corner of his lip were bruised and swollen. At that time I asked the inmate what happened and he replied, "It’s nothing." I told him to step out of the pod and have a seat in the multipurpose room of the housing unit.
CCIB received a Corrective Plan of Action (CAP) detailing the visit to the home on 10/18/17 by Service Coordinator, Sally Cano. Ms. Cano arrived at the home, but no one was there. Ms. Cano proceeded to check Delta Home 3 (located next door) and found 2 of Delta Home Care IV residents along with residents from Delta Home Care 3 at the home. As Ms. Cano was leaving, she observed a bus arrive at the Delta Home Care 2. The bus driver reported that there was no staff at the home and that the residents were waiting outside. It was observed the Delta Home Care 2, 3, and IV to be lacking staff. On 10/19/17, RP and Quality Assurance specialist (QAS) Jesus Ozeda went to the facility to observe the staff to resident ratios and to collect the staff schedules
Reporting party (RP) called CCIB to cross report that resident Gerald Gilliland (DOB: 4/22/41) reported that while he resided at this facility, unknown male staff locked him in a room against his will. It is unclear what room the resident was locked in because resident was unable to convey any details about the room. Resident then stated that it was all of the nursing staff who locked him in the room. Resident was hospitalized at Kaiser South Sacramento on 9/18/16 through 9/22/16 and is currently residing at Eskaton Greenhaven. RP stated that it is unclear if the resident has Alzheimer's or not. RP stated that the original reporting party is Sacramento Sheriff's Department (Report#16-286176) and RP will forward the SOC 341 to CCIB.
On 7/11/2015, CM did a visual and had client come to the social service office. CM completed Bi-Weekly ILP Review. In the meeting client appears to be wear out, and tired. She was constantly throbbing her forehead, like if she was having headache. CM inquires what the problem is. Client replies “she doesn’t like the shelter food and sometimes she doesn’t eat” CM advised the client to eat and nourished her body. CM also observed that client is depressed but she continues to refuse medical referral to see a psychiatrist and medical doctor. Client continues to mention her son who is in foster care, and the physical altercation she sustained many months ago here at this shelter. CM mentioned to the client she was a transferred from another shelter due to physical altercation, CM continues to relate to the client she
CM was out on vacation from 5/3/2017 to 6/14/2017. On 6/20/2017, CM met with the client to complete Bi-Weekly ILP Review. Client was dressed in proper attire for the weather. Her affect and mood was appropriate. Client maintains eyes contact appropriately and she was oriented to person, place, time and situation. Client continue to deny suicidal or homicidal ideation
Rules, Regulations, and Curfew: Ms. Hair was reminded of the facility’s curfew, rules, and Regulations. Case Manager asked Ms. Hair if she was aware that she has violated curfew several times since her last ILP meetings. Ms. Hair stated that she was aware. Ms. Hair was reminded that during intake she was informed that violating curfew is considered non-compliance. Ms. Hair stated that she was aware. Ms. Hair stated that the reason that she has violated curfew was due to her work schedule; however Ms. Hair has failed to submit proof of her work scheduled.
At approximately 1639 a code blue was called on inmate Homan Sr., Christopher 99032394 in cell F-10. Inmate Homan Sr. was complaining of chest pain. All available alternates responded and medical Nurse Green, Nurse Peavy and Nurse Carnley responded to F- block. After assessing the situation in F-10 inmate Homan Sr. was taken to medical for further
CCIB Intake received a call from owner/administrator Therese Kragness who disclosed that the local Law Enforcement was present at the facility. According to the caller, an employee who was having difficulty with her boyfriend received a text threatening to come to the facility. Fearing for her safety, the employee notified Law Enforcement and was escorted to the Police Station to file a restraining order against the boyfriend. Conversely the boyfriend did not appear at the facility. The Administrator will fax the hard copy of the report identifying the employee within the required time
Mr. Julian is a 47 year old male who presented to the ED via LEO under petition for a mental health evaluation by his wife for alleged suicidal ideation and substance abuse. TTS assessed Mr. Julian on today's date and reports he does not meet commitment criteria. TACT spoke with Dr. Jody Osborne who recommended to rescind petition. TACT assisted with rescinding petition and delivering paperwork to clerk of court. TACT spoke with wife in regards to a valid phone number for her to be contacted. She reports her cell phone number is (336) 963-7186. Mrs. Julian also proceeded to inform me of the situation which brought Mr. Julian to the ED. She reported her husband "stealing" her key to her lock box, which her handgun is in and taking it out to
Presenting Problem: Pt is 16 y/o female who is currently at Tuckers Pavilion Acute facility. 8/7/16 Kelly refused to take her medication, and was generally noncompliant to staff directions. She communicated AWOL intent; she also broke a lightbulb to make a number of superficial cuts to her arm, but refused to turn in the glass an dstated that she had flushed it down the toilet. She refused first aid and refused to cooperate with staff directions. She also communicated that she was going to do worse things to herself, Intercept contacted crisis stabilization which transitioned the child to Tuckers Psychiatric at 6am. 8/12/16, Pt was upset to find out she was not getting discharged from Tuckers. Require hydroxyzine 50mg at 1530 medication