South Dallas Surgical Health Services Center - Planned Parenthood
7989 W Virginia Dr Suite 102
Dallas, TX 75237
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PP Dallas Inspection Dec 17 2015
Inspection Report with numerous violations and deficiencies found, including: **facility failure to post patient bill of rights **failure to include results of a physician's physical exam in the patient medical record **no evidence of patients' physical exam by physician **no evidence of a physican's or nurse's post-operation exam of patients after surgery and before dismissal **no patient review during recovery after surgery, unless complications **failure to ensure a safe and sanitary environment for surgical patients **dark brown dried substance in waiting room **emergency call light not accessible by patients **patients' personal bags stored in contaminated or unclean areas **post-op bathroom ceiling had large brown water stains **patient snack food stored on the floor **no gauge on oxygen tank **vital sign machine maintenance expired **storage cabinet for sterile instruments peeling and cracking **patient supplies stored improperly and exposed to dust and contamination, and on the floor **2 suction machines without safety check stickers **biohazard sharps containers stored near open sterile patient supplies **mop bucket with dirty brown water next to drinking cups and cleaning supplies on the floor **clean linen stored directly on the floor **personnel not using protective equipment when handling dirty linens, infection and contamination hazard **biohazard waste storage room unsealed floor, allowing blood to leak from bags and infect floor **oxygen equipment not ready to use in an emergency **personnel failure to wear operating room attire (no head covers in surgical area) **failure to monitor temperature and humidity where sterile instruments were stored, causing likelihood of a fire hazard and possible microbial growth **contamination and microbial growth in sterile instrument packages due to failure to seal peel packs **failure to know Hepatitis B infection status of half the surgical personnel **failure to store medication in a safe and secure area **failure to display a statement informing patients/visitors how to file a complaint with the TX Dept of State Health Services regarding problems at the facility **more