I work long term care, I know Med/Surg is quite different but I would say for starters...
I keep a small bag on my med cart with the following things:
A black pen
A red pen
A green pen
A yellow highlighter
a small pad of post its
hand cream (don't share)
a small stapler
a single hole punch
my LPN notes reference guide
I also have a small memo pad for generic notes; things I want to look up when I get home that I encountered during my shift that maybe I feel I need to know more about. (No names though, if you lose it that is some trouble.)
I keep in my pocket:
A black pen
My own scissors (Watch it doesn't grow legs)
Alcohol pads (you will use these ALL the time)
My patient info sheet
My stethescope (because most hospital steths are kind of generic) I like my good one.
Anyway, Probably nothing there you hadn't already thought of. Take a deep breath and do NOT let things overwhelm you. If you do your day will fall apart. If you are not certain, ask. If you need help, ask.
I did not think med pass was hard so to speak but more so nerve racking. LOL What I mean is the ID part. You need to make sure you have the right resident. Until I know a face, I am worried even after checking a band.
When I first started I used to panic when I would see it was 6:30 and I still had several patients to see with meds yet. I'd go into a room and forget my thermometer or some such, gotta go get one that just takes more time. Keep your head and you will do well. Actually quite quickly you will get your own routine.
Inserting a foley is something I only got to do once in school. I was so worried that I would not remember or that I would miss the 'entrance'. I can honestly say I have many under my belt now and its really pretty easy.
I am IV certified but have yet to start an IV. Good luck with that, let me know how you do.