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by ginalouise ginalouise (New) New

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Just wondering what the current staffing models/levels are for your facilities? Specifically inpatient detox units, all substances. Thanks in advance!

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MickyB-RN has 14 years experience and specializes in Psychiatry.

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At our hospital, the detox unit is staffed with 1 RN, 2 LPNs, and 2 unit coordinators to 21 beds. Second shift averages 5-7 admissions.

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TheMoonisMyLantern has 12 years experience as a ADN, LPN, RN and specializes in Mental health, substance abuse, geriatrics, PCU.

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Free standing detox and crisis management unit 16 beds: Day shift 1 to 2 RN's 3-4 Mental Health Techs, Evening shift 2 RN's 2-3 Mental Health Techs, Night shift 1 RN 1-2 Mental Health techs.

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Freestanding detox center 24 acute unit beds and 3 triage beds. Admits 24/7, 365 days a year. 2 RNs in triage, 2 LPNs in acute, 4 detox techs.

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20 bed inpatient detox unit 3 RN's 2-4 techs depends on staffing needs

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mesencephalon7 has 1 years experience.

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Up to 64 beds. Usually around 20-30 males and 12-20 females. Two RNs. Three detox techs. Today, we had six patients with recent suicidal ideation, and another four who had to be on behavioral contracts for various issues. I'm thinking I need to find a new place to work.

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Inpatient ARTS detox unit. 21 beds, for day/evening shift we get 2-3 RNs, 1 to 2 MHTs. We do not utilize LPNs for some unknown reason; the rest of our psych hospital does, but not the ARTS unit. Our max ratio is 3 RNs and 2 MHTs. Night shift gets 1-2 RNs and 1 MHT.

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Lurkndmurk has 1 years experience as a LPN.

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We (are SUPPOSED to) have 2 Nurses for 14 bed in-patient

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GBC_Student has 5 years experience as a BSN, LPN, RN.

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I work on a concurrent disorder post detox stabilization unit with 20 beds that's staffed by 2 Rn's and 3 Lpn's. The detox unit upstairs is a 12 bed unit that is staffed by 2 Rn's and two Lpn's.

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1 RN to 8 pts; 1 Tech to 16 pts.  Acute detox, all substances.

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LC0929 has 16 years experience as a ASN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Critical Care.

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.....well....THIS /\ speaks volumes......NIGHT SHIFT....Detox=1-2 RN's/32 clients....once in a great while there's an LNA overnight....say a prayer and git r done....

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