Clinic charts

Each of these paper below represents one person that passed through the clinic a few weeks back. Stacked up that is a lot of people!  Every week each chart is reviewed by Lori and Charlie.  Each sickness is scored on a sheet of paper.  At the end of the month we can tell you how many patients were seen, adult, children, prenatal.  We can tell you how many people had heartburn, cold, eye infections, malnutrition, anemic, malaria etc.  It takes many hours to record all this info.  After it is all recorded, all these charts have to be put in numerical order and then filed.  That takes a lot of time.  So if you are coming for a visit do not be surprised if we ask you to sort and file because this task has to be done at the end of each week.  🙂

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4 Responses to Clinic charts

  1. DAWN says:

    It is truly amazing how many files and patience that are seen each day and each week. Speaking from someone who helped file these charts, it is a time consuming project but necessary. I found it to be very interesting to see all the wonderful things that Lori and her staff do at the clinic.

    Dawn Scott

  2. Debbie Woodward says:

    I would LOVE to come back and help you file. I know that it really does take ALL day to get those files back in place and if anybody knew how hard Lori and Licia work, they would LOVE to help file too.

    When we get this semi packed, I’m going to start checking into some Haiti time.

    Keep up the good work.

  3. Tony Rita says:

    Lori,

    got one word for you.

    Shredder…

    Just kidding, you guys are great. Hope you are all well and doing his work.

    Respectfully,

    Tony

  4. Bekki says:

    WHOA! That stack of papers is huge – and Lori – is looking FABULOUS! Can’t wait to see you in a month or so!

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