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BAD MEMO #1 M E M O R A N D U M  _____________________________________________________________ _______________ To:     Marilyn Plaster, Nursing Supervisor From: Louis Philameano, Facilities Supervisor Date: September 7, 2006 Subj:  Linen Hampers We have received and installed new hamper covers on our linen hampers in order to be in  compliance with North Carolina licensure guidelines.  The covers have been tethered to  the hampers in an effort to protect them from disappearing or being pushed into the linen  like the last set. Evidently, some of your nurses (most particularly those on 2 South) are having difficulty 
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Unformatted text preview: adjusting to the technique required to properly insert soiled linen in a covered linen hamper. The result is large mounds of soiled linen resting on top of the hamper instead of in it. I am asking your help in seeing to it that your nurses are properly inserviced on the use of the covered linen hamper as quickly as possible so that our hospital will be in compliance with the North Carolina state guidelines, and our patients can rest assured that we are making every effort to provide “Quality Patient Care.” Cc: L. Calderone E. Upchurch...
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