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Health Link Note Examples

Health Link Note Examples - UW Medical Foundation, Patient Resources, Social Work Services Quick Guide, Social Work Manual, Population Specific, Transplant, Living Donor

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LIVING DONOR SOCIAL WORK NOTES

First Visit: Met with patient during hospital stay to check in and determine if there are any issues or concerns post surgery. Inquiry into how patient is coping; patient appears to be coping well. Patient has plans in place for recovery, with _________ available to provide needed supports and transportation. No new needs identified and patient knows how to contact Inpatient Social Worker if needed.

Second visit: Met with patient to inquire into any additional concerns/needs prior to discharge. Patient seems to be coping well with his/her recent surgery. Discharge plan is in place. No further social work follow up is needed.

LIVING DONOR ADVOCATE NOTE

Met with patient during hospital stay to check in. Patient describes experience as [positive/ more pain than expected/ etc]. No new needs identified. Patient has contact information for living donor advocate/ living donor social worker Rebecca Hays at (608) 261-1990.