3 Adeshina OdetayoJob Title: Lab Tech IIShift: pm – 11pmInteresting FactsFrom NigeriaMember of a royal familyDreams of doing researchChristine TorreyJob Title: Lab Tech IIShift: pm – 11pmInteresting FactsFrom Brooklyn NY2 yrs in the peace corps
4 Morinat KukoyiJob Title: Admin AssistantShift: am – 4pmInteresting Factsfrom Nigeria/born St. Louis MO4 yrs in U.S. MilitaryOrganized and creativeCecil TolentinoJob Title: Clinical lab ScientistShift: pm – 7amInteresting FactsFrom the PhilippinesMigrated to HawaiiLoves to cook
5 Maan (Mary Ann) Martinez Job Title: Clinical Lab ScientistShift: pm – 7amInteresting FactsFrom the PhilippinesEnjoys Exploring BaltimoreLoves to travel in the USALania QuaccooJob Title: Clinical Lab ScientistShift: pm -11pmInteresting FactsFrom TrinidadLikes High diving
6 Lulama SowaJob Title: Clinical Lab ScientistShift: am – 3pmInteresting FactsFrom south AfricaWorked 3 yrs in Saudi ArabiaFun-loving personalityLaverne FarrarJob Title: Lead lab tech/educational SpecialistInteresting FactsReturning to PathologyHas a 5ft Praying mantis in her living room, made by her husband rick, a talented artist
7 Tiffany NicklesJob Title: PhlebotomistShift: pm – 11pmInteresting FactsFrom shock trauma center in VirginiaOldest of 7 ChildrenSanaa MandourJob Title: Lab tech IIShift: Night ShiftInteresting FactsFrom Morocco, raise in HollandHas four childrenSpeaks 4 different languages
8 Kimberly (Kim) Baytops tracey HaskinsJob Title: lab tech IIShift: Day shiftInteresting FactsFrom BaltimoreFun and OutgoingReturn to core lab from WhiteMarshKimberly (Kim) BaytopsJob Title: PhlebotomistShift: 3pm – 11pmInteresting FactsFrom BaltimoreSurprised by her fiancée with a pre-planned wedding in Jamaica last June
9 Keisha LedbetterJob Title: lab tech IIShift: Day shiftInteresting FactsDoesn’t like her blood drawnReturn to core lab from White MarshAustin DeckerJob Title: Clinical Lab ScientistShift: pm – 7pmInteresting FactsReturned from Military duty
13 Congratulations to: Mohamid Jarrar “Doctorate in Biotechnology”
14 “For the Johns Hopkins Safety Award” Congratulations to:Toni Alexander“For the Johns Hopkins Safety Award”
15 Gallup Q12 Survey results Results from May and June 2007Approximately 156 of 320 Core laboratory Employees participatedScale 1 to 5With 1 being not satisfiedAnd 5 being very satisfiedDoes not apply or Don’t know1Strongly Disagree/Extremely Dissatisfied2345Strongly Agree/Extremely Satisfied
16 12 Gallop QuestionsQ12. This last year, I have had opportunities at work to learn and growQ11. In the last six months, someone at work has talked to me about my progressQ10. I have a best friend at WorkQ09. My associates or fellow employees are committed to doing quality workQ08. The mission or purpose of my company makes me feel my job is importantQ07. At work, my opinions seem to count- 3.15
18 12 Gallop Questions Conts… Q06. There is someone at works that encourages my developmentQ05. My supervisor, or someone at work, seems to care about me as a personQ04. In the last seven days, I have received recognition or praise for doing good work- 2.81Q03. At work, I have the opportunity to do what I do best everydayQ02. I have materials and equipment I need to do my work rightQ01. I know what is expected of me at work
19 Gallup Q12 Survey Next Survey in June 2009 They will repeat the questions and three additional new ones.Did you have a discussion about the survey?Did we make any progress?Did we make an action plan?
22 Add-on Policy (Change) POE – Add on – No longer need to ask the physician to add the order to the patient’s chart.Any non POE add-ons will still ask them to fax a requisition with the request for the add-on.
23 MOD ADD-A-Test * * * MOD ADD-A-TEST * * * History Number: Name: TESTPATIENT,PAULSpecimen Number: 10-6A Collected: OCT 5, :40TESTS ON FILE0157 GLUCOSE,SERUM,EMERGENCYSelect TEST TO BE ADDED: 200 PHOSPHATE, SERUMANALYZING LAB: 10//REASON ADDED: ?Choose from:PHYSICIAN ADD-ONDATA ENTRY ERRORLAB ADD-ONREASON ADDED: 1 PHYSICIAN ADD-ONPHYSICIAN: NO DOCTOR NO.SPECIFIED//
24 Verbally Abusive Nurses and Physicians Get the following:Person’s nameDateTimePhone ExtensionYours and theirsJuanita – Will file a PSN
25 Replacement Technician If you suddenly need to be off and you find someone to replace you.The person must have the proper skills.If it incurs OT, it’s an occurrence.
26 Critical Action Value Documentation Must include Called-to title: RN, MD, PARegulations require Pathology monitor time from CAV notification to an RN to the time a clinician takes action.
27 Effective back to January 6, 2008 Pay RaisesMarket AdjustmentsEffective back to January 6, 2008Low End of Salary ScaleHigh End of Salary ScaleClinical Lab oratory Scientists$0.80$0.40Phlebotomist and Lab Techs$0.25
28 2007 ZUNTA LIST Rev. 2/15/08 CORE LAB 2007 ZUNTA LIST No. Rev. 2/15/08CORE LAB2007 ZUNTA LISTNo.CUSTOMER SERVICE = 22Barbara Bumpass38825Gwen Reese.35482HEMATOLOGY = 1111Karen Bowles44388Irene Chan43455Shirley Fuller30294Morgan Gapara41325Kathleen Cowan38316Kathleen Lewis44021Lina Patel36042Hemal Shah41453Kay Spangler43981Patricia Williams34249Joanne Wilson40077GENERAL CHEMISTRY = 1010Kerwin Bortrager59558Virginia Camarador33236James Chiu44781Donald Hardy42477Conchita Hong34375Caroline Howard36780Mary Ann Ness42143Amalia Stern44392Mary Jane Swearer33020Christine Hostetter42433
32 Processing/Chemistry MPA MPA Total AutomationGoal: April 1, 2008“Through the Wall”
33 Critical Care labReplacing all ten Bayer Blood Gas Instruments with Radiometer 800sPhase I – March 10, 20081 ABL 837 will arrive in CCLTo be validated firstInterface work startsPhase II – Around March 24, 20084 more ABL 800s arriveValidated in Spec Chem areaAbout 3 wks to completeWeek of April 21, 2008-Convert CCL to the new ABLs
34 Critical Care lab conts… Phase III – Week of April 21, 2008Remaining 5 ABL 800s arriveValidated in Spec Chem areaWeek of May 19, 2008Convert WBG, NICU, PICU to the new instruments
35 TOX/Special Chemistry Mass SpecsInstall next 2 weeksGoing live early JuneCaren Breidenstein – Mass Spec TeamRoche C -501Replace 917 analyzersThirty assays transferred from 917 to the 501sGoing live late SeptemberLead Tech Mary McCoy
36 Hematology/coag/Urinalysis Cellavision – Due in JuneBCS-XP – Due in JulyIchem - Replace AJ – Due In MarchCamera and Plasma Screen for teaching – soonSix TEG Instruments – Due after July
37 Weinberg Canto II – Working on interfacing T- Cell analysis SPA – Sample Prep Assistant, Automate Sample preparationDoing 6 color analysis on research samplesWeinberg Hematology and Core Laboratory – hematology are doing additional cross training
38 Exciting Changes in Phlebotomy Adding Pediatric PhlebotomyVenous Blood gasesRedraw PhlebotomistLaboratory Support Supervisor on Night Shift
39 Break and Learn/Team meetings Lab Education88 people attending ASCP meetingsSysmex TrainingRosaria LopezKathleen LewisChidimna EjimoforBetty FordModular Training3 – 11 ShiftNight Shift***Lunch and LearnBreak and Learn/Team meetingsLab TechsPhlebotomistsCLS
40 Thank You Thank you all very much!!! Help the Homeless (Collect over 71 bags of clothes and over 26 large boxes of food)Breast CancerWear Red for Heart DiseaseColon Cancer/Intestinal DiseaseUnited WayDiabetes, Lymphoma and other fund raisers
41 * Thank you all very much!!! ** “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” ***
42 Attendance Management Unscheduled absences and/or Shortened Work ShiftsDisciplinary to be Issued3 absences within 12 monthsDocumented pre-disciplinary Counseling5 absences within 12 monthsWritten Reprimand7 absences within 12 monthsWritten Warning with 1 day suspension8 absences within 12 months, or a second suspension within six monthsDischarge
43 FMLA FactsFamily Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to provide up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid, job protected leave to eligible employees for certain family and medical reasons in a rolling 12 month period.FMLA FactsSpecificExplanationEligibilityAn employee is eligible when he/she has worked for at least one year and for 1,250 hours during the last 12 months.Criteria for Granting LeaveLeave will be granted for the birth or adoption of a child, care of a spouse, child or parent with a serious health condition or the employee’s own serious health condition.Length of LeaveLength of leave can be broken down in 3 ways: block of time, intermittently or reduced hours.NotificationAn employee must give thirty (30) days notice, if the leave is expected.