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What is your specialty and what is your patient load?

Table 1: California RN to Patient Staffing Ratios

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[TD]Type of Care

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RN to Patients

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Intensive/Critical Care

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:2

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Neo-natal Intensive Care

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:2

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[TD=width: 278]Operating Room

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[TD=width: 123]

1:1

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[TD=width: 278]Post-anesthesia Recovery

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[TD=width: 123]

1:2

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Labor and Delivery

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:2

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Antepartum

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:4

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[/TR]

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[TD=width: 278]Postpartum couplets

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[TD=width: 123]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278]Postpartum women only

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[TD=width: 123]

1:6

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[TD=width: 278]Pediatrics

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[TD=width: 123]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Emergency Room

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]ICU Patients in the ER

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:2

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Trauma Patients in the ER

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:1

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[TD=width: 278]Step Down, Initial

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[TD=width: 123]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278]Step Down, 2008

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[TD=width: 123]

1:3

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Telemetry, Initial

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:5

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Telemetry, 2008

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278]Medical/Surgical, Initial

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[TD=width: 123]

1:6

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[TR]

[TD=width: 278]Medical/Surgical, 2008

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[TD=width: 123]

1:5

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Other Specialty Care, Initial

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:5

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[TD=width: 278, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]Other Specialty Care, 2008

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[TD=width: 123, bgcolor: #d9d9d9]

1:4

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[TD=width: 278]Psychiatric

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[TD=width: 123]

1:6

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Report it to your union and the state. The law is there for patient safe care and quality care.

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L&D we can get up to 3:1 and all active. Rather trying at times.

Contact the BRN and/or your Union Representative. If you're in CA your hospital isn't following ratios.

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Report it to your union and the state. The law is there for patient safe care and quality care.

We don't have a union. What is title 22? I've had on coming shift refuse to take report and cite title 22....and that's a bad night, we didn't know how many were coming in and they just keep coming! Won't I get in trouble from the hospital if I say something? Where do I get more specifics on the ratio?

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