Nightingale Community Hospital Sentinel Event Analysis Sentinel Event A pediatric female patient was admitted for outpatient surgery by the mother. Once the patient went to the operating room, the mother left the facility to run and errand with the patient’s sibling and would return when the surgery was over. The mother left her cell phone number with the pre-op nurse to call if the surgery was over sooner than expected. The surgery was completed in 1 hour 45 minutes. When the patient was in the discharge unit the Discharge Nurse prepared the patient for discharge.
24th July 1999: Victoria is taken to North Middlesex Hospital's casualty department with scalding to her head and face which the doctors immediately suspect have been deliberately inflicted. Kouao presents another story as to how the injuries were sustained to Lisa Arthurworrey and PC Jones. 6th August 1999: Victoria is discharged from the hospital and is collected by Kouao after her explanation for the injuries is accepted by child protection authorities. October 1999: Trial evidence reveals that from October 1999 until the following January, Carl Manning forces Victoria to sleep in a bin liner
The Joint Commission list specific events that are considered reviewable. One of those events is the abduction of a patient On Thursday, September 24th, at approximately 12:30 p. m., a mother arrived to pick up her daughter from the hospital’s outpatient surgery department. The mother left 2 ½ hours earlier to run an errand. When the mother arrived, she was told that the child had been discharged. The child’s mother and father are divorced, and the mother has sole custody of the child.
The story starts with the del Valle family, focusing upon the youngest and the oldest daughters of the family, Clara and Rosa. The youngest daughter, Clara del Valle, has paranormal powers and keeps a detailed diary of her life. Using her powers, Clara predicts a death in the family. Shortly after this, Clara's green-haired sister, Rosa the Beautiful, is accidentally killed by poison intended for her father who is running for the Senate. The young Clara stumbles upon her sister's autopsy and afterwards, terrified, stops speaking, believing her premonition had caused her sister's death.
WGU Accreditation Audit RAFT Task 2: Root Cause Analysis of a sentinel event A Root Cause Analysis (RCA) of a sentinel event is completed to immediately investigate and respond to possible inductions involving the death or injury of a patient. (Joint commission, 2013). Purpose of this report - To execute a Root Cause Analysis for a Sentinel Event occurrence at Nightingale Hospital. Sentinel Event - Child Abduction Date of Issue/Incident – Thursday September 14, at 12:30 PM Background of Issue/Incident - A three year old female patient was brought to Nightingale Hospital by her mother for an outpatient surgical procedure. The mother asked the pre-op nurse how long the procedure would take, because she had to tend to another child and would need to leave for a short while.
My family began arriving a little at a time. My sisters and mother soon made their way to the hospital. I can only imagine what they had been told. The outlook wasn't great for a 100% recovery, but I never complained. I was in a double room and my roommate, Marie, a heavy girl, had jumped off the roof of her house and shattered her knee.
Maria Worrall aged 78years had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and had suffered several falls; she had ended up bed bound and admitted to hospital. Whilst at hospital it was agreed that Maria would need to go into a nursing home as she was no longer able to do anything for herself and needed to be cared for. Jane Worrall cared for her mother for a little while she would do all the dressing, bathing and cooking. Jane fell pregnant and wasn’t able to manage the care her mother needed anymore so she had looked at several homes and liked the look of ash court and from the ratings on the internet from the CQC were giving an excellent
Standardized Terminologies in Practice: The Infant with Bronchiolitis On the Pediatric Acute floor at a local hospital, a four month old female is admitted with bronchiolitis. The infant was born at twenty five weeks gestation and has chronic lung disease and apnea of prematurity. She was discharged from the hospital on an apnea monitor, and with an order for home oxygen per nasal cannula. After the infant is admitted, the case manager on the pediatric unit meets with the patient’s family to perform an initial assessment. During the assessment the case manager inquires about current medical equipment utilized, insurance information, method of transportation, feeding regimen, and verifies the patient’s medications.
Before I “was,” my mom began spotting at 9.5 weeks pregnant. She immediately went to the doctor to make sure that everything was okay. Her gynecologist Dr. Sanborn pulled up an ultrasound to check on me. There I was, only five days after moving up to “fetus state,” sucking my thumb. My mom could not contain the joy she felt to see her little child safe in her womb.