RE: Morgue issues (revisited)

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From:"Jennings-Siena, Debbie" <>
To:"'Weems, Joyce'" <>, "'Vinnie Della Speranza'" <>,
Date:Wed, 28 Jul 1999 17:34:50 -0500

Hi Vinnie,
Here at Baylor, The Pastoral Care Department takes care of getting forms
signed and contacting funeral home.  They also release the bodies to the
funeral home.  There is always someone from Pastoral care here at the
Hospital, so this makes it easier for everyone.  Hope this helps.  
Debbie Jennings-Siena
Baylor University Medical Center
Dallas, Texas 75245

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Weems, Joyce []
	Sent:	Monday, July 26, 1999 10:10 AM
	To:	'Vinnie Della Speranza';
	Subject:	RE: Morgue issues (revisited)

	Medical Records handles this here. j
	Joyce Weems
	Pathology Manager
	Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Vinnie Della Speranza []
		Sent:	Friday, July 23, 1999 6:45 PM
		Subject:	Morgue issues (revisited)

		** High Priority **

		Greetings to all from sunny Charleston, South Carolina!!

		I would find it helpful to learn how paperwork such as the
	completion death certifiticates (fetal and adult) and disposition
forms are
	handled at your facility. I realize that there will be variations in
	requirements from state to state.

		Very simply, I would like to know if pathology personnel are
	required to complete/coordinate the completion of such paperwork
		at your facility

		is this done by another department in your hopsital (and if
	which one)?

		Vinnie Della Speranza
		Anatomic Pathology Manager
		Medical University of South Carolina
		Room EH  303
		165 Ashley Avenue
		Charleston, SC  29425
		ph (843) 792-6353
		fax (843) 792-8974

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