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Helping Hand - July 2019 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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tientsurgery.net/forms.) Patients now walk out the door with totes made of upcycled blue wrap. We also sell the bags in the hospital gift shop for $2.99, with all proceeds used to pay for the supplies needed to make even more bags. I've also built prototypes of blue wrap rain slickers and sleeping mats, which we plan on making and handing out to those in need within our community. Tami Ochs, RN Overlook Medical Center Summit, N.J. tami.ochs@atlantichealth.org J U L Y 2 0 1 9 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y. N E T • 9 • SEWING MACHINE From hems to handles, Tami Ochs, RN, (top) can make about 6 blue wrap tote bags in an hour. The bags are given to discharged patients and sold in the hospital's gift shop. Overlook Medical Center

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