(from Hans) for going above and beyond as CCU DF. She is my hero. 


Nikita Deshpande

(from Jack): for making “the best clinical diagnosis I have seen during residency” when she caught mesenteric ischemia on the floor    



(from Hans) for holding half of the CCU and having a better attitude than the rest of us combined (from Tess) for doing an incredible job with a very tough CCU list — her attitude is so positive and infectious that I can’t even be grumpy with her post-call list that is always at 10


High Yield Inpatient Resources and How-To Guides

High Yield Inpatient Resources and How-To Guides: (Sign in through CANVAS using your uchospitals email, NOT your CNET)     Electrolyte Repletion Central Line Insertion Step-by-Step Review Intern Blue Card IR Reference Card Palliative Care / Hospice Resouces PT/OT Services Resident General Knowledge Handbook 2019 Social Work / Case Management Pagers SCUT Sheet Transferring Patients: Order Reconcilliation Uploading OSH Records into PACS


Uploading OSH Records to PACS

If you need to upload OSH records to PACS you can do either of the following:   Take the disc to the Mitchell Radiology administrative desk in the basement of Mitchell (across fro mthe old IR holding area). This desk is only open during regular business hours. If you would like a radiologist to read the study, there is a form they can provide you to fill out, otherwise they will just upload the image. You may also upload the images yourself via the CCU computer. Follow this handy How To Load OSH Images into PACs guide