Storage, Locker Codes, and Diabetes Supplies
There are a few places around EHHOP where pharmaceuticals and other supplies are stored. Below are some of the codes/instructions you'll need to access these supplies.
- These boxes contain PDAP medications and some diabetic testing supplies.
- The yellow and red toolboxes are located on the shelves by the CM station.
- The combination for both boxes is 3-6-9.
- Please make sure the boxes are returned to the shelves at the end of clinic.
- These also contain insulin and Epi-Pen demos (might also be in lockers), please do not distribute.
- Make sure to let CM know when anything dispensed.
In-Clinic Medication Box
- This box contains medications to be dispensed in-clinic.
- The only medications not stored here are Albuterol and Epi-Pens, which are in the IMA Supply Cabinet.
- It will either be by the PDAP boxes or in the CM box.
- The combination for the box is 3-6-9.
- Please make sure the box is returned at the end of clinic.
- Extra pill bottles are in the IMA Supply Cabinet and labels are in the IMA Lockers.
- Only TS's can dispense these medications.
- The lockers hold diabetic testing supplies and various other supplies.
- They are located in EHHOP in the back hallway.
- IMA Locker Numbers followed by their combination:
- 7226: 30 02 22
- 7227: 16 22 38
- 7228: 21 35 05
- To open a combination lock: Turn the dial three times to the right, then stop when the first number lines up with the indicator. Turn the dial one full turn to the left, passing the first number, and stop when the second number lines up with the indicator. Turn the dial to the right and stop when the third number lines up with the indicator. Pull down.
IMA Supply Cabinet
- The supply cabinet contains miscellaneous diabetic testing supplies, urgent medications, pill boxes, and overflow PDAP medications that could not fit in the PDAP boxes.
- They are located on CAM 6 West outside office D6-127 in the Visiting Doctors corridor. The cabinet is tall with drawers, dark gray and labelled "EHHOP". It is not locked.
- It is easiest to access by using the back service elevator from IMA/EHHOP to the 6th floor (press 6R for "rear" to access the floor). Instructions on finding the cabinet are here.
IMA Supply Closet
- The supply closet contains miscellaneous supplies for general clinic use and insulin syringes, but not medications.
- It is located in IMA Firm B (leave EHHOP, cross past the elevators to the other half of the building, go to the back hallway).
- Look for room D7-148.
- If the room is locked, you'll need one of the staff in IMA Firm B to help you.
Student Lounge Closet
- This has the fridge with insulin and other injectable medications that need to be refrigerated.
- The supply closet contains wrist wraps and alcohol swabs.
- To access the room and fridge, please use these codes.
Diabetic Testing Supplies:
Testing blood glucose requires a lot of supplies, including: lancets, test strips, syringes, sharps containers, alcohol swabs. There are also forms for diabetes glucose logs, blood pressure logs, healthy plate, medication list, etc. We supply all of these to our patients. Below are a few places they might be located:
- The first place to look for diabetic testing supplies are the PDAP boxes by the CMs.
- The second place to look is in the EHHOP storage lockers.
- The third place to look is in the IMA overflow supply cabinet.
If you cannot locate the needed supplies in any of these locations please call or email James Blum (301-509-7426) to confirm that we are out of supplies. Also, take down the patient's name, phone number, supplies needed, and supplies at home. We will arrange for them to pick up supplies during the week.
Please only distribute diabetes supplies to patients listed in the weekly call sheet under the “Pharmacy” tab. If the patient is not on that tab, please speak with the TS prior to distributing any supplies.
Only one box (100 strips) or two boxes (50 strips each) of diabetes test strips should be distributed at most every three months to patients. You can check when a patient last received and is next due for a box here. If the patient tests more than once a day, they can receive 200 strips per 3 months.
Please tell the CMs any time a supply item is distributed.