Community Child Health Service
41 Jones Street – Ekibin.
Ms Edith Mehbooba
Mind It Care & Service
Park Road, Adelaide
Mr Ivan Stallone
- 25 July, 2009
- 30th March, 2018
- Ref: Master Vamuge Obeki, DOB: 23 May, 2005
- Re: Mr Oliver Ghosh, 28 years
- Dear Ms Steven
- Dear Dr Smith
- Dear Mr Sainuddhin
- I am writing to request follow-up care for Master Vamuga and his family from your facility. He is due to be discharged today.
- I am writing to request an emergency admission for Mrs Olsen who requires further support and management from your facility. She is presented with us since December 2007.
- This is in connection with the discharge of Ms Venora Arizona, a patient for the last fifteen days who has undergone multiple surgeries. She is ready to be discharged in two days.
- All parents are informed of a sudden outbreak of dengue fever and subsequent body pain that is rampant in the city. As many of our students have been diagnosed positive by our resident doctor, parents are advised to follow the instructions given below.
- Master Vamuga was admitted to the Children’s Emergency Department on 15 July, 2009 with acute meningoencephalitis as a complication of mumps.
- Ms Thompson was admitted to our hospital three days ago after she had fallen on rocks and injured her leg and foot. In addition to this, she underwent routine blood investigations and wound-swab to check for infection and hydrosol dressing for minimising exudation.
- Ms. Tracy was presented to the hospital on 19 September 2009. During admission, she was suffering from severe pain and tingling sensation because of the damaged nerve fibres in the spinal cord. Consequently, she developed loss of movement along with bladder and bowel incontinence. Sadly, her body balance and walking ability also impaired.
- Worthy to note, the patient has had diabetes for the past two years and got admitted in the hospital due to high blood pressure in 1992.
Presently Ms Tracy is recovering well and she can walk with the help of her daughter. Except for her irregular back-pain, the patient is doing well.
- At present, she is recovering well and her vital signs are all within normal limits. She is being assisted for activities of daily living and her wound site is being kept clean and dry as well.
- Master Vamuga lives with his parents in a rental house. His father, Mr Abdullah Obeki is an employee at Golden Circle pineapple factory and his mother, Mrs Miri, is a housewife. They are refugees arrived in Australia from Sudan in 2008 and have one more 2 year old child. In addition, they know only Dinka and Arabic. Now, Mr Obeki attends English classes and understands spoken English. However, he has limited writing skill as they require a language interpreter.Master Vamuga’s parents state that both 9 had some kind of vaccination at birth but the vaccination records has been lost.
- Looking at the patient’s social environment, Ms.Tracy is a widow and lives with her daughter.
- Kindly provide education to his parents regarding mumps vaccination schedules and recommended vaccines for both children. Encourage them to do his neurological check up. Currently, he is stable and ready for discharge.His address is enclosed along with this.
- In view of the above circumstances, it would be greatly beneficial if you could arrange someone who can help this family. Kindly help her for meeting hygienic needs as she is being affected with loss of bowel and bladder control. Your special attention is brought to the point that you will have to do the needful to assist her in order to improve her mobility.
- If you have further queries,please do not hesitate to contact me.