(Please note: the names and locations of all parties have been changed to protect the confidentiality of the proceedings.)
Page 20, line 15 through page 21, line 8:
“MR. COLLINS: Q. Okay. So you noted that he couldn’t move his legs, and then you went about your duties on 4 West that day?
A. Yes sir.
Q. Did you tell the – – who was your supervisor?
A. The day shift supervisor position was shared. It was Sara Davies and Bobbi Edwards, who is now Bobbi English, and then the overall supervisor is Heather Jones.
Q. I’m sorry. Who is the day shift supervisor?
A. Sara Davies and Bobbi – – her name was Bobbi English (sic) at the time. She’s been remarried. It’s Bobbi English.
Q. Did you contact any of those people to tell them what was going on with Mr. Smith?
A. No, I did not.
Q. And you’ve been trained to do neuro assessments, true?
A. Yes, I have.”
Page 24, lines 6 through 18:
“Q. Okay. This form records the interventions that you do to assist the patient, right?
Q. What does that mean, ‘interventions’?
A. It means to act within a process to – – for instance, to stop pain, to help with breathing if they’re having difficulty breathing.
Q. Okay. Would it be to call for a neuro consult if someone had the onset of paralysis?
A. Yes it would.
Q. Now have you noted anything that you did under neuro to help this patient?
A. No.” (See Part 17 of 23.)
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