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A Deep Dive Into Surface Disinfection - October 2017 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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4 Signs It's Going to Be a Great Day Sometimes you just know that the road will rise to meet you. S ome days you'd be better off calling in sick or dead. Yet other days you just know it's going to be a great day. The signs are here, there and everywhere. Primo parking. I pull into the park- ing deck and there's an empty spot in one of the first 30 spaces. If there's no parking there, I drive straight to the top floor, where there are always parking spaces. I can park right in front of the elevators and the secu- rity camera. I don't care that there are multiple spaces on floors 2 and 3. Besides, if there's an earthquake, my car will be on top of the heap and it'll be easier to get it off. Easy entry. The keypad allows me access into the hospital on the first try. The code is supposed to be changed quarterly. It's not. Usually I have to enter the code 3 times before it will unlock the door. If it doesn't, then I'm locked out and I have to either go through the ER (which creeps me out with all the bodies in the hall because there aren't enough slots). Or as a last resort to get in, I have to walk around to the front of the hospital and go through the lobby. 1 2 1 2 6 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 7 Behind Closed Doors Paula Watkins, RN, CNOR • THUMBS UP Some days, you're up on top of the world.

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