Surgery - Report to the Doctor’s Office on ASU/ B10, B level, junction 4, at 8pm prompt for handover.
Medicine - Report to the Doctor’s Office on AMU, B level, junction 1, at 8pm prompt for handover.
Aims of the Night On-Call
· To increase your exposure to acutely unwell and critically ill patients
· To effectively assess patients using an ‘ABCDE’ approach
· To improve your clinical skills, especially cannulation , phlebotomy, arterial blood gases and urinary catheterisation
· To familiarise yourself with care out-of-hours
· To appreciate how an effective multi-disciplinary team functions
· To gain an insight into the clinical level expected by a Foundation year doctor during a typical night shift
USEFUL INFORMATION AND KEY CONTACTS:
NGH useful bleeps
H@N coordinator - 7186
Haematology lab - 959
Radiographer - 7565
Radiologist - 7842
Cardiac arrest -2222 (phone)
Security - 4393 & 7999 (emergency)
Please note: This PIE has been arranged and agreed my Undergraduate Lead, Dr Kathryn Goddard.
Medical Undergraduate Team
1 for Night On-Call Shift (Medicine)