1-STIX Hotline: Needle Stick/BBP Exposure
Important Bloodborne Pathogen Protocol Numbers and Report Exposure Information
Print and keep the orange card with your Medical Center Photo ID badge. In the event you are exposed to bloodborne pathogens and/or needle stick while you are working wihtin the hospital, here are the protocol phone numbers, and exposure information.
1-STIX pager: 17849 - for BBP reporting & Consultations
Phlebotomy: 727-8619 - for STAT draw of Source Patient's blood
Occ Health Clinic: 723-5922 - for Employee next day follow-up Monday-Friday 0700-2200 for BBP
CDC Clinician Post Exposure Hotline: (888) 448-4911
Nursing Supervisor Pager: 16918 (SHC) or 18672 (LPCH)
How to Report a Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure
Step 1: CLEANSE: Wash skin with soap and water. Flush eyes, or other mucus membranes with saline or water.
Step 2: REPORT: Report Exposure Immediately to Supervisor.
Page "1-STIX" (17849) to report exposure & assist with process.
T o page inside SHC/LPCH dial 222 and then follow prompts.
To page outside SHC/LPCH dial 723-8222 & then follow prompts
THE 1-STIX PAGER IS AVAILABLE 24 HOURS/DAY
EVERY DAY INCLUDING WEEKENDS/NIGHTS/HOLIDAYS