• Like
Mom cressin
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.



Published in Health & Medicine , Business
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads


Total Views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds



Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

    No notes for slide


  • 1. Hosting a MOM Project: A lot of work but a lot of fun! Anne Cressin CFC Director of Dental Operations
  • 2. TEAMS      Dental Medical Pharmacy Patient Registration Volunteers – – –     Scheduling and grouping Volunteer Registration T shirts and lodging Public Relations Food and Beverage Finance Logistics*** BE ON THIS TEAM
  • 3. WHO’s WHO   Dr. Terry Dickinson – Approves project – Works in the trenches – Provides the “ final answer” Barbara Rollins – Sends you information – Answers your questions – Provides Assurance
  • 4. WHO’s WHO con’t…    Bill Hall – The “Set-up” guy – Tells you what to buy & where (pipes and such at LOWES) – Give hints & ideas (like be prepared for no delivery) Dr. Cassidy Turner, Evan Sisson, Kim Isringhausen – The important folks from VCU – Dr. Turner: signs all the RXs & schedules students – Evan Sisson: pharmacy guy – Kim Isringhausen: schedules/works with students: how many, where they stay, what the rules are Your Area Folks – Contact from site – Local community members – Other folks (news, etc)
  • 5. VOLUNTEER SIGN UP – – – – – – 400+ Volunteers Needs and wants Offers and cancellations Sign up through Richmond site OR CREATE PERSONAL HAVOC List(s) and more and more hours… Setting limits (ON COLLEGE STUDENTS)
  • 6. Volunteer REGISTRATION  Where to sign in Where to go after signing in  Cliff and Mary Ann or else?  – JOHN DENNIS!!! STAR HERO with an iPhone (The wonders of technology…. and the trouble with too much going on!)  Knowing where they go to sign in and where they go from there
  • 7. Patient Registration   Everyone needs to be informed and everyone needs to be “on the same page” Process is one thing/ space is another – – – – (especially when it storms!) Dealing with conflict in the middle of things needing to be 2 (or more) of YOU Special exceptions: DR. DICKINSON Patients with and without Patience!!!
  • 8. Medical and Pharmacy     Medical Screening Vs Dental Triage Blood sugar/ blood pressure: what do you do Pre screening on Ticket Day vs not (oh yes!) On site vs off site pharmacy services – – Board of pharmacy laws vs don’t ask don’t tell Your own crew – not needed???
  • 9. Food and Beverage and Appreciation    Banquet or Pot Luck Volunteer Donations Work, work, and more work – Unless you’re spoiled with a caterer
  • 10. ***LOGISTICS****   *Physical Space Layout* Patient Areas – –  What’s the FLOW from start to finish Tables and chairs or bleachers SIGNS SIGNS SIGNS outside in the wind and rain inside clear designations
  • 11. VCU Set up logistics    The Trucks – pay for gas and driver Dental Chairs – and suction and electrical... SEE BILL HALL Sterilization and other special areas: – –  Bio-hazard materials Pharmacy Data collection – Very important for VDA
  • 12. More Logistics  Parking – on site vs on the street –        hired certified folks Food Porta Potties Eye wash stations Trash cans and dumpster Bio hazard material Office stuff Off limits areas
  • 13. COSTS AND DONATIONS        Facility Compressor and generator (See Bill) Gas and transportation NC X-ray van Lodging Grants In-kind donations--- and folks who want to come to your event
  • 14. THANK YOUS     Banquet??? Gifts??? Cards??? Emails???
  • 15. To Do or Not To Do  Visit and participate in a MOM or two or more before you take this on… – – – – – I learned a lot and had fun while doing so… I gave of my time and talents and felt what it was like to volunteer I felt much more prepared having seen/done an actual project QUESTION: WILL YOU DO THIS AGAIN Why or why not…