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What kind of patients do you see on a daily basis in ambulatory settings?

November 1st, 2021

Acute, emergent and routine

March 14th, 2023

Tongue in would think those able to walk in...NOPE. STRETCHERS included. If a human can suffer from it YOU WILL SEE IT

December 25th, 2022

Cataract surgery
Pain management
General surgery lap chole appendectomy small surgeries
Peds ENT dental
Adults ENT sinus surgeries, nose fxs
Orthopedic small surgeries arthroscopic knee shoulder
A lot of cases really and it can be super busy especially on eye days or pain management days

November 30th, 2022

If it's Family Medicine e everything from cradle to grave@

October 31st, 2022

Depending on the clinic I’m working, internal Medicine, for example, we can many hypertension and Diabetes patients, or if I’m working our Cancer Center, those patients are Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, etc and many of them will see the doctor prior to receiving their IV CHEMO treatment. We have many specialty clinics.. some even have minor procedures (usually biopsies) done in the exam room and we assist with setting up for those.

April 17th, 2022

Depends on the clinic you’re working with. RNs are utilized in primary care clinics, dermatology offices, oncology outpatient clinics, infusion clinics, ent, etc.

October 4th, 2023

GI procedures, Appendectomy, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, hernia repair cataract surgery

September 13th, 2023

Daily ambulatory settings allow me to see good patients with good patience. Just a step away are abusers, drunks, drug addicts, murderers, psychos, thieves and the wasted woke. Ambulatory is healthier than non-ambulatory I do believe.
Ambulatory clients in prison systems are good. Ambulatory in public is fun.
Healthy, ambulatory and living are good,
Tom Callan - BSN