Breech of Confidentiality... - page 6

OK. I'm going to make this as vague as possible. Someone claiming to be a relative of mine (but did not mention their name) reported me as a breech of patient confidentiality. I was called... Read More

  1. by   kittyw
    Originally posted by OBNURSEHEATHER
    I think Giuseppe isn't smiling because his nipple clamps are on too tight under that shirt.

    Heather
  2. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by nursegoodguy
    THAT'S IT!!!
    Oh, I leave for two hours and your makin' out with RustyHammer! I suppose you are planning to use our "special" linen closet too!:angryfire Well HONEY I have the key to that closet and if I don't get invited too then there's gonna be H3LL to Pay! somebody hold my purse!
    :roll
  3. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by nursegoodguy
    i was 4... my mom said, "now next year smile!" it was about 1967...
    i like the picture!
  4. by   nursegoodguy
    I remember what I said to her... "Booo hooo hooo, but my nipple clamps are too TIGHT.... boooo hooo hooo"
  5. by   Peeps Mcarthur
    Everybody freeze!

    I didn't want to make you panic but Vegas doesn't have her purse.

    My gawwd! Whatever you do, don't look directly at her.

    Now slooowly.........slooowly, leave the area.............Don't show fear!

    Just calmly move away and the supplies in your pockets will have to do for now.
  6. by   Heidi
    Hi Heather. Hope things are going ok. My collegue had a similar experience, and me being the union delegate was involved in the complaint process - not for management, but for my trusty collegue. Apparently a family made a written complaint, but when we asked for a copy of the complaint etc, lo and behold there wasnt one, there was no evidence to back up managements so called recieved compalint, nor could they obtain a verbal one. As a result management ended up with egg on their faces and had to retract their statement. My trusty collegue had no case to answer for and our nursing union could have taken them a skating but my collegue chose not to. But hey, its a documented event in the unions archives, which doesnt go away.
  7. by   alwaysthere
    Originally posted by nursegoodguy


    THAT'S IT!!!
    Oh, I leave for two hours and your makin' out with RustyHammer! I suppose you are planning to use our "special" linen closet too!:angryfire Well HONEY I have the key to that closet and if I don't get invited too then there's gonna be H3LL to Pay! somebody hold my purse!
    looks like Rusty an his hammer aint so rusty after all!
  8. by   nursegoodguy
    Did somebody get out the oil can or what?
  9. by   Sleepyeyes
    Originally posted by Heidi
    Hi Heather. Hope things are going ok. My collegue had a similar experience, and me being the union delegate was involved in the complaint process - not for management, but for my trusty collegue. Apparently a family made a written complaint, but when we asked for a copy of the complaint etc, lo and behold there wasnt one, there was no evidence to back up managements so called recieved compalint, nor could they obtain a verbal one. As a result management ended up with egg on their faces and had to retract their statement. My trusty collegue had no case to answer for and our nursing union could have taken them a skating but my collegue chose not to. But hey, its a documented event in the unions archives, which doesnt go away.
    Aha! That's what I like! No vaguaries, no innuendos---get it in writing, be specific, names, dates, etc!
    I'll remember that if we have any more problems.
    Like I said before, I'm just plain tired of letting people yank my chain based on hearsay and without a shred of real evidence.
    Thanks. :kiss
  10. by   recnurse1
    Just wanted to see how you are doing Heather, and add a little moral support!

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