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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-CORPUS CHRISTI Office of the Comptroller 6300 Ocean Drive  Corpus Christi, Texas 78412 (361) 825-2779 Fax (361) 825-2772 VENDOR CREATE FORM Please print or type. We recommend you fax this form to the vendor and ask them to submit it back. This form must be completely filled out in order for vendor to be set up. NAME OF PAYEE (individual or business to be paid) REMIT TO MAILING ADDRESS PHYSICAL ADDRESS (if different from above) CITY STATE ZIP PHONE No/FAX FEDERAL EMPLOYER’S IDENTIFICATION (FEI) NUMBER OR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN)  VENDOR PLEASE NOTE: State law requires that you be informed of the following: (1) you are entitled to request to be informed about the information about yourself collected by use of this form (with a few exceptions as provided by law); (2) you are entitled to have the information corrected at no charge to you. OWNERSHIP CODES (check  only one code by the appropriate ownership type that applies to individual or business)  Individual Recipient Not Owning a Business  State Employee (if checked, enter employing agency number)   Sole Ownership (individual owning a business). If checked, enter the owner’s name and SSN. Owner’s Name  SSN   Partnership If checked, enter two partner’s names and SSN’s. If a partner is a corporation, use the corporation’s FEI number. Name  SSN/FEI  Name  SSN/FEI   Limited Partnership (if checked, enter the Texas File Number)   Texas Corporation (if checked, enter the Texas Charter Number)   Professional Association (if checked, enter the Texas Charter Number)   Professional Corporation (if checked, enter the Texas Charter Number)   Joint Venture  Out-of-State Corporation  Governmental Entity  State Agency/University  Financial Institution  Foreign (out of USA) [TAMU-CC agency use only - which funds will be used]   Local Funds or  State Funds Contact Person for TAMU-CC Department Phone Number PLEASE NOTE: Vendor creates will be processed within 3 working days. In the event of an emergency, the vendor create can be processed within 24 hours. Emergencies will be determined on a case by case basis. Revised 10/01 TAMU-CC
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“I saw that he had some medications due…” “I checked the online formulary and confirmed the Reglan and Digoxin were ordered in the correct dose and route. I checked the labels on the syringe and double checked the dose against the order on the medication administration record. I took the medication to the bedside.” • Looked meds up on the online formulary. • Checked the dose. • Checked the med. • Took labeled syringes to patients room.
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Emergency Shelter Case Studies: Work-to-Date (Holly Horan) Helena Salvation Army (Church) Accessible Shelter Quick-Check Survey: • Checked “Yes” for 7 out of the 8 questions Helena Salvation Army (Church) Accessible Shelter Quick-Check Survey: • Checked “Yes” for 5 out of the 8 questions were marked as “Yes” ADA Checklist Emergency Checklist • Section A. Passenger Drop-off Areas: Checked “Yes” for only 1 of the 8 criteria items • Section D. Entering the Emergency Shelter: Checked “Yes” or “N/A” for 3 of the 6 criteria items • Section E. Hallways and Corridors : Checked “Yes” for 4 of the 37 criteria items
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