To whom it may concern,
I wish to admit someone into the care of St. Joseph’s. I’ve heard good things about the hospital and my friend is in need of help. This is at the recommendation of Dr. Catterton, who’s fax should be arriving soon.
Jayne Hart is a family friend and I have documentation that I am in charge of medical decisions should he be unable to do so. Please, do you have any openings for a new patient?
Hart has medical insurance as well as money to cover for his care either long term or short term. Please respond as quickly as you can. He has been having multiple panic attacks at the hospital and I’m sketchy on how safe he really is there (I have been informed that his girlfriend managed to sneak in with no one noticing her and that concerns me GREATLY). Not that his girlfriend is bad. It’s the fact she was able to sneak in.
Dear Caterina Valesquez,
I am Dr. Montgomery, head of the Psychology Department at St. Joseph’s Mental Health Center. Please know that I am here to help in any way I can for the sake of you and your medical charge.
I did indeed receive Dr. Catterton’s fax. The report covers medical history, his recent hospitalization report, and a psych eval that Dr. Catterton appears to have handled. If you’d like to admit Jayne Hart, then I’d like to come myself and do a proper follow-up evaluation. I can admit him on what’s been sent to me, but we can better prepare if I know what we’ll be dealing with. A therapy plan is best set up ahead of time so that our doctors and nurses are on the same page.
I can come as soon as tomorrow morning, about 8:30 am if you’d like to be present. As for Jayne’s girlfriend, if she or anyone he knows would like to visit, I can leave visitor information with you. The hospital should also provide the transfer information and pamphlets, since we work together often enough.
If there’s anyone who should not visit Jayne Hart, I will also need to know that and other pertinent information. It can be discussed along with admittance and care. We can meet to talk any time convenient for you, and my office is always open.
My Sincere Regards,
(He couldn’t help adding a more personal close to the email. Another Jayne Hart. How awful.)