Hey, everyone it is Friday,
Well, heading back [walking to the North end- OP108] in which to collected today projects/assignment (from Michele Sargent, Lead).
No Elva Yolanda Minero 8-1-17 thru 8/22/17 thereof, for the weeks, Cammille Johnson-Berryman, the overseer of the Day.
The computer, is still having issues after placing the New System on board.
Cyber Links through LBVA “aka”Tibor Rubin Medical Center: I T Department Monitoring, June Callasan, Supervisor- Old-2016, she then has presented the menu over to John Clemens, Business Manager, Christ petal, << Case Manager/A O D/ Transition Center intake coordinator, [on the campus by 5:30am thereof], Diane Carmelle J. Cascalla, RN, Transition Center, charge of the medication drawers & main supply room @ southwest elevators.
As usual the clinic on Friday are down in counts.
12:12hr have lunch OP-240, notice a spraying sound and when went to investigation John Lorentz, Chief of OP-252 Compensation & Pension is just spray this stuff.
Then when he’s thinking by breaks over rushes to the outer Hall.
Never, have meetings with the Chiefs, M. Sargent, relaying the message of face to face. Why, she didn’t know.
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I would like to end this week with some information from another location in which I am proud, let’s call it sky to the Lord treatment without being ask and the smiles of joy and happiness to service our Veterans and families in need:
June 2017
Excellent Care at the
Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System (VAPSHCS)
American Lake and Seattle, Washington
            When a clinical psychologist at the VAPSHCS American Lake Division was leaving at the end of the day, she saw a Veteran trying to get into the building but the door was locked.  The psychologist approached the Veteran, who disclosed that she had been struggling with mental health issues, and since the door was locked, she had planned to go back to her apartment and end her life.
The psychologist took the Veteran under her care and consulted with a fellow VA psychiatrist, and both of them provided care and treatment to the Veteran in a calm, composed, and compassionate manner.  In addition, they ensured that the Veteran’s dog was in the safe custody of the Veteran’s friend.  Relying on their training and keen awareness, both medical professionals responded quickly to provide heroic efforts to potentially save the life of the Veteran.
On a different note, a Veteran’s spouse wrote on behalf of the excellent care her husband received from the dedicated staff at VAPSHCS Seattle Division.
            Her husband has been dealing with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and depression for a number of years.  When the depression turned more severe, the VA Anchorage psychiatrist who was treating him arranged for them to travel to the VAPSHCS so her husband could receive Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), which is a brain stimulation treatment.
Upon arriving at the facility, she discovered that VA had efficiently scheduled the blood work and three additional appointments so that they could all be completed the same day.  The Veteran’s wife wrote, “We were pleasantly surprised by this treatment.  We were out of VA and back to our hotel by 3:30 p.m.”
The Veteran’s wife shared her appreciation for the doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, medical students, front desk greeters, and especially noted those individuals who transported them within the hospital.  She said, “They are all friendly and exhibit professionalism.”  She also recognized the team who transported them to and from the hotel, “They are generally cheerful guys but also sensitive to the needs of the patient.  A big thanks goes to them.”
Her husband is continuing to receive ECT therapy at VAPSHCS every six weeks, and it has made a huge difference in his life and hers.
This letter is a testament to the creativity and drive of the ECT staff, and to the accomplishments they have made in the field.  The VISN-wide resource provides care to needy Veterans as far away as Alaska!
Further, another Veteran wrote to his Senator regarding care at VAPSHCS, “You don’t know me but I am writing this letter to let you know about the receptionist ladies that work at the mental health building #24, at VAPSHCS.  They are doing an amazing job, working above and beyond what their job description entails.  Somehow these remarkable women have an uncanny ability to know if a person is upset or just having a bad day and just need someone to talk to.  They are the first ones some Veteran meets when they need help and sometimes those Veterans, whether it’s a man or woman, can be pretty feisty.”
The Veteran shares, “Day in and day out, these ladies perform their job with great pride and always look out for me and others who have problems that seem difficult.  Personally, I think the world of them and the work they do is PRICELESS.”
Because of their dedication and passion to care for Veterans, the VAPSHCS employees obviously go the extra mile, and their actions are the embodiment of VA’s I-CARE values.
Viviana Wright Simpson
PLEASE PRODUCE LOCALLY FOR ALL THOSE WHO DO NOT ROUTINELY ACCESS EMAIL DUE TO THEIR SPECIALTIES
This is a wonderful, reaction of when you have continual education from the Sector Chief, Manager, and Leads, pitching alongside you things are better and wonderful through the work DAY. GOOD JOB Seattle the liquid sunshine area.
Just makes me sleep well at night knowing I did everything I could to change a life and make someone smile.
Customer Service: pointing is okay for direction within the facility, but it will place a smile on the faces if you can just walk with them to the area and location.
                                                                                                                      August 10th 2017 (Thursday)
This is the Day the LORD, has made.
The engineering department, still has not response to any of the email’s in regards to the Vent Report. I was told once again, there isn’t one. Okay, then how, when, where and why do you have individual checking your circulation / flow, and trying to keep filters changed accordingly.
Corrected: assignment for completion on Print date Aug 07, 2017        “Recall Delinquency List, 5/31/17 – 8/6/17”
Ms. C. Bruns,
Noted, will be out of her office the rest of the afternoon. Therefore, will reconvene next start 8/14/17 [Monday]
Patient intake is very low in the waiting room, today [Compensation & Pension], [Transition Center], Wound warriors, and mental health.
Last Supervisor, I was underneath, Cammille Johnson-Berryman in charge of the Call Center.
Silent is Golden today, the weather in Warm, while to some would state it is Hot.
Does anyone out there have a better understand on the ” Onboarding Solution” link or site that has lunch!
They’re at our facility we have a good amount of individual in which their Sector Chief, Manager, and Supervisor, are providing what I call Cyber Links in which to oversee other workers.
It disrupted the computer performances so badly, that you’re always wondering what is good on.
Now, when asking your Privacy Officer, they don’t seem to know anything [remember they attend the meetings as well as the next guy].
Where is the information from Human Resource, on All that is on the table?
Again, we have silent in this area.
So, one had asked me WHY blog, well in the legal arena them seem to be a lot of going back and forth. No, one brings their laptop / iPads to the table in which to provide information need for correspondent with the work your skilling.
Now, if you pay attend son you’ll see the Black Boxes come up.
They provide your codes, and number in which who on your computer back wall.
Like the one sample was given out at our facility, called ” Access-Creation” this allows the Levels over you career to edit and make changes to them says faction.
Then when they know you’re a where of these, Menu’s in place the silent factor beginning and nothing moves your trying to do.
New Map of the VISN has been printed, if your VA or Veteran Affairs check it out.
Clinic [Transition Center, Compensation & Pension] down in work, and it would seem according to IP address, “C” drives, the note have been completed.
                                                                                                                  August 8th 2017
Sick isn’t a great thing or emotion.
While, keeping health is important at this seasoned journey.
What do you think out there?
Construction, is still in movement in and around the facility grounds.
C W O Disclosure – # 2017.7.10-05-00-59
Updated information:
“Office of Accountability & Whistleblower Protection (OAWP) Management Support Operations Division (MSOD) U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs
810 Vermont Avenue, NE, Room 735 A
Washington, DC  20420
Our team in Washington D. C are with use.
                                                                                                                    August 7th 2017
V A Whistleblowers – Long Beach VA “aka” Tibor Rubin Medical Center CASE # 2017.07.10-05-00-59 Good Day everyone, I am hoping on the Day, you are all bless as I.
Let’s get to it.
Now, I am including to the fact that we as employee’s staff member must walk clear over to the café, in which to purchase our meals, [get AWOP}and if not back in a timely matter.
So, I don’t know until now the Long Beach VA, Executive and administration staff have here Breakfast and Lunches delivered. Great that also in the budget of the facility, nerve heard of that before. Are ALL the VA hospital offering this linen, accommodation to its Executive Level worker as well.
In walking, back to the North end of the facilities Campus, the fencing team is at rest, but things are coming along on the West south front entry of campus.
Assignment on the Starts / Project stretched into “Recall Delinquency List, 5/31/17 – 8/6/17      Page 165 (20 additional) delivery
At 09:36.
Upper on conversation amount Est our Executive Group: The Air Conditioner is still being Address at the facility. Why in the world didn’t the pass Chief take care of these matters. Now, the Acting must run around here like chickens with their head jelly.
Meanwhile I am still waiting for the response from:
From:  Bonaparte, Marie Sylvia
To:        Thompson, Dustin T; Dietrich, Jill K; Quesenberry, Ely; Bonaparte, Marie Sylvia; VA Accountability Team.
CWO: # 2017.7.10-05-00-59
Greetings,
Mr. Thompson, Assist Director,
I am sorry that I missed both you and Amy Canter, while making round this morning.
Sir, I have a Question, now that the facility has an organization on board to help the Engineering Department does this mean my doctor will yet again have to Wait for the Venting Report.
As the Assistant Director of the Long Beach VA “aka” Tibor Rubin Medical Center he’s yet to answer the question in the email.
Spoken, with the VA Police -Thomas, Wilbert [ Watch Supervisor / Captain Chief] regarding the “SIS”. So, we’ve made shore there was an understanding /communication of the does and don’t.
Eiram55 journey to 125
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