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Great Catch winners help YNHH become a high reliability organization

Congratulations to these Great Catch winners for modeling HRO safety behaviors and taking action to improve patient safety.  
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Ina Cekolli, surgical technologist, North Pavilion Operating Room, was recognized for attention to detail and speaking up for safety. While assisting in a surgical procedure, Cekolli noticed that the patient’s heart rate dropped while a surgical instrument was being positioned in her throat. Cekolli immediately removed the instrument and stopped the line to explain what she had observed. The surgical team tried again with a similar reaction from the patient. For the remainder of the case, Cekolli held the surgical instrument manually in order to closely monitor the patient’s status.  
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Monica Hammett, RN, York Street Campus Surgical Intensive Care Unit, was recognized for practicing a questioning attitude, 200% accountability and stopping the line when providers were preparing to place a central line in a patient. Hammett noted that the patient’s chart listed a severe allergy to lidocaine (a numbing medication). She stopped the line, preventing  a potentially serious allergic reaction.