Medical Patients Transfer Note



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Patient Transfers All patients transferred from one Resident s service to another (Ward to CCU, ICU to Ward, RCU to Ward, etc.) must be accompanied by a transfer note written by the originating Intern/Senior.. If they are still uncomfortable after speaking with the Chief Medical Resident, the following resources should be utilized as appropriate: Division Director of Hospitalist service Appropriate subspecialty attending ICU attending Program Directors All patients admitted or transferred to RCU need acceptance from the on-call Pulmonologist..




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