Most of which was already mentioned. Depending on where I am (Med/Surg, ICU), and who I'm giving report to (some like it brief, others like it like I do, thorough).
Where they're from - Home, retirement community, nursing home, etc.
Code/POA/Guardian status - Name and phone number in chart, if latter.
Orientation - Baseline, changes.
ADL's - Ambulatory, continent/incont., using a bedside commode, urinal, bathroom, self care, total care, gait.
Review of systems - Changes, or if it's the first time with the pt., a run down of all, if feasible.
Psych status - Affect, mood, sitter order, history, compliance.
IV - Size, location, how old, hard/easy stick, saline locked, fluids running.
Telemetry - Box #, rhythm, changes, etc.
Labs - Most current abnormal, and any relevant (cardiac enzymes, UA, drug screen, etc.).
Radiology - Results, upcoming.
Procedures - Upcoming, and completed.
VTE prophylaxis - Or DVT, if you prefer.
IV antibiotics - Especially Vanc./Gentamycin.
History - If relevant, what interventions are in place, i.e. DM - Accucheck, how often, Conventional/Intensive SSI.
PRN medications - Last time given on all.
Patient requests/complaints - I like to know what my patient wants/needs, if possible, even before I hit their room.
Oh, I'm likely missing something.