Re: Cut off times
|From:||anita dudley <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
1. Our case load is just over 10,000
2. The Processor is started after gross and sits until I think about 6:30 or
3. This is a really good question, we try to end gross around 5:30, but that
does not always happen, we have trouble getting the path to come to the
gross room. We do not have a P.A. and we assist with gross. It is a
problems most of the time.
5. Not always, the pathologist is trying to get the case out but it is
sometimes not fixed enough and therefore they complain about the slides.
6. We have just stopped working on Sats. It was just getting too much with
our work load and number of techs. There are three of us and one would be
off during the week, which was hard. Plus the one who worked the Sat. would
have just sunday off then back for 5 very busy days. I feel like we all need
2 days to recoup. from the week.
Hope this has been some help, Anita Dudley
>From: "Weems, Joyce" <JWEEMS@sjha.org>
>To: 'Histonet' <email@example.com>
>Subject: Cut off times
>Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 16:38:10 -0500
>I know we've discussed this in the past, but just to be current, I'd like
>go there again.
>Would those in the South-East please be sure to respond?
>And everyone else too!
>A tiny survey -
>1. How big is your case load?
>2. What is cut-off time for starting processors?
>3. What is cut-off time for ending gross?
>4. Do you let fresh specimens fix adequately before decal?
>5. Do you let fresh specimens fix adequately before processing?
>6. Do you still work Saturdays?
>(Can you tell I'm trying to make some very difficult changes?)
>Thanks for your help. J:>)
>Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
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