OFC Montejano made contact with the Hegle at Primary Care Desk B lobby. Where the she gave an omission and stated she had an appointment and because the Johnson was not at her desk she missed it. Further, she claims Dr. Little told her she could get the Tens Unit right away. I did however confirm that Hegle did not have and appointment for the use of the Tens Unit. Hegle was given a verbal warning that this type of behavior will not be tolerated and she could be charged with Disorderly Conduct in the future. Hegle departed VA Controlled property without further
I then escorted Inmate Staggs to the Durango Medical Clinic. While on the way to medical I asked Inmate Staggs what time he fell in shower? He told me around the time the evening meal was served. I asked Inmate Staggs if the reason he is going to medical was due to a crime committed against him while in MCSO custody? Inmate Staggs said "No." After that I dropped him off at medical. I then went to review the Gentec Security Desk System with Sgt. Salazar B0654.
While in Medical Officer Delong B3125 asked inmate Olson if the reason he was being transported to the hospital was due to a crime being committed against him while in MCSO custody? Inmate Olson replied, “No.”
Trey Cavalier was assigned to M&N control for the night. That morning (which was May 14, 2016 because he was working nights) about 30 minutes to an hour (he could not give exact times because log books were being picked up for the investigation) before 4:00 a.m. Dy. Cavalier was notified by Dy. W. Benson that Brian Ducre (who was a new move that was escorted to M&N on a wheel chair) was acting strange and that medical needed to see him. Dy. Cavalier called the medical department and spoke with Nurse Minor and advised him of the situation. Shortly after Nurse Minor came off of N01 and said that inmate Ducre had mental problems and wasn’t taking his medicine, that there was nothing the Nurse could do for Ducre and that he would ultimately be okay. Nurse Minor then left
On Saturday 10/26/2016 at approximately 2328 hours, Security Officers Christopher Paz, Ariel Weiland, Omar Alonso along with Supervisor Steven Evans were dispatched to the EMS Off load Ramp for an incoming (51S) Patient Standby In E.D. Upon arrival at 2328 hours Security met with E.D. Charge Nurse Johnathan Bacal who stated that there was a combative male patient being transported by the Orange County Fire Department. At 2330 hours, the patient, Alan Castillo (DOB: 08/03/84; Fin #86501337) was brought by Orange County EMS (Engine #83) with an escort from Orange County Sheriff's Deputy. He had been combative on the way in and kept stating that he wanted to leave. He was rapidly taken to the Special Care Unit, E.D. room #38 but once inside the
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
On 3/13/16 SO EMT Perez was notified that an engine had come on campus. SO EMT Cunningham responded along with SO EMT Perez and caught up with the engine by lakeside commons. The driver of the engine stated that he was responding for a lift assist to 3144/3146 apt 220 but that he wasn’t sure which one he was going too. SO EMT Cunningham and SO EMT Perez decided to respond to FR-220 first being that they were the engine came from gate 2 and they were closest to that building. SO EMT Perez and SO EMT Cunningham knocked and announce their presence at FR-220’s door and were both verbally invited in. The resident a Mrs. Helen Neff stated that she could not get out of her chair because it was stuck and needed help getting out of it. SO EMT Perez
At 5am Officer Singh called SA Lyn Brumaire who was on duty at Coral Tower because Jordan Horvat was worried a resident of 902, Stephanie Lee, was missing. Upon keying into the room with PSO Tabiri, the resident in questions, Stephanie Lee was found to be missing from her apt. Officer Tabiri then decided to take a statement from SA and resident Macayla Caso. Ms. Horvat was also not present in the room. Ms. Caso was under the assumption that Ms. Horvat had gone home since she was packing earlier in the day and the sheets were stripped off her bed.
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 10/4/2015 S/O EMT Perez was dispatched to MG-T15. S/O EMT Perez knocked and announced his presence at the door and was greeted by the resident, a Mrs. Maxine Montgomery. Mrs. Maxine Montgomery stated that she needed some help re ajusting her sling and was unable to do it herself. S/O EMT Perez adjusted her sling and asked if Mrs. Maxine Montgomery needed any asistance with anything else and or needed any aditional care. Mrs Maxine Montgomery stated that she was fine and needed no adititional care and escorted S/O EMT Perez out. S/O EMT Perez cleared the scene without further incident.
On Monday, March 7, 2016 at approximately 0139 hours, FHEO Security Officers were dispatched to room #5109 for a (53D) Disorderly Patient in Medical Unit who was acting in a belligerent manner and attempting to leave his room to go home. I, Steven Evans Shift Supervisor of Security at Florida Hospital East Orlando (FHEO) arrived at 0140 hours along with Officer Thomas Mejia and met with Charge Nurse Michelle Viena and Patient’s Nurse Lisa Guo who were trying to calm down the patient, Ramon Jr. Bermudez (DOB: 05/24/1961; FIN# 85321318), who had been attempting to get out of bed and wanting to leave. Charge Nurse Veina stated that the patient was confused and was not medically clear to leave his bed. Security immediately took control of the situation
On Friday, October 28, 2016, at approximately 4:07PM, I, Officer Larry Thomas responded to the New Patient Tower room (H420), in reference to a female causing a disturbance.
On Thursday 07/21/2016 at approximately 2223 hours, Security Supervisor Steven Evans was contacted by Assistant Nurse Manager Robbie Philips via landline and asked to conduct a (44V) Enforcement Escort Visitor Off Property for the discharged female patient in E.D. #48. The patient, Susan Harris (DOB: 03/22/1952), had been quarrelsome and refusing to leave. SOs Christopher Paz and Ariel Weiland responded to the scene. Upon arrival, we observed the patient laying down on her bed, we approached the discharged patient and spoke with her. Mrs. Harris agreed to leave without further incident. Security staff escorted Mrs. Harris outside of the E.D. lobby at which time she requested to stay in the lobby till 0530 hours. No incident occurred during
On Thursday 11/17/2016 around 2300 hours, I, Security Steven Evans was informed by Dispatch to make contact with 5 East Unit Charge Nurse Tonya Smith in regards of Code (34) Customer Service Assist. I arrived at 2302 hours and met with Charge Tonya Smith who explained to me that the Correction Officers for the prisoner in room # 504 had given her hard time few Months ago on the patient, Angel SantiagoGonzalez (Fin# 86424089) last visit. Nurse Smith further stated that she had a personal problems with one of the Officer and that she was informed by Lake Correctional Institution that this Officer would not be working at all on 5 East. She described the Officer as a Black female about 6 feet tall with braided hair. I walked over to the room and
On 10/14/2015 SO EMT Perez was dispatched to HS-406 to apply a bandage. SO EMT Perez knocked and anounced his presence at the door and was verbally invited in by the resident. The resident, a Mrs.Martha Doyle was sitting in her living room chair and was bleeding from the forehead. Mrs. Martha Doyle was washing her face when she attempted to remove a bandage over a previous wound and she wanted it re-bandaged as she stated. SO EMT Perez asked Mrs. Martha Doyle if she wished to go to hospital before he assesed her to which she denied. Mrs.Martha Doyle also denied any care besides the application of a new bandage. After assesing that Mrs. Martha Doyle was A&Ox3 SO EMT Perez applied a head bandage. While Applying the bandage Mrs. Martha Doyle stated