Don

  1. 0 I have been a nurse for close to 10 years, first as an LVN and then an RN. I started out in LTC but was in hospice for 7 years after that. I was recently hired to be don at a small rural facility. Current census 37.

    I need help. Where do I get all of the info regarding state regs so I know we are doing it right? Also, I was looking for MCR skilled nursing note guidelines. Any and all info, hints, and tips are appreciated.
  2. Visit  NurseAlwaysNForever profile page

    About NurseAlwaysNForever

    NurseAlwaysNForever has '3' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Hospice, LTC'. Joined Jan '08; Posts: 144; Likes: 465.

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  3. Visit  Guy in Babyland profile page
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    I've been a Don all my life even before nursing school. I guess you mean D.O.N
    SE_BSN_RN and bluegeegoo2 like this.
  4. Visit  NurseAlwaysNForever profile page
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    Yes. Lol. I'm on an I pad and took the short way out with that.
  5. Visit  Nascar nurse profile page
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    Your facility should have a regulation book. I've always heard it referred to as "the Watermelon book" (not real sure where that name came from but most people I meet seem to know what it is in our world).
  6. Visit  CapeCodMermaid profile page
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    The Watermelon Book....pink and green paper....the various state agencies should put all the regs on a web site so they are easy to find.
    noc4senuf likes this.


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