Miss Jennifer Adams
Elizabeth Community Health Centre
125 Munno parra Avenue
24 October 2009,
Dear Ms Adams,
Re: Mr Martin Wilson,aged 62
I am writing to introduce Mr Martin Wilson, who requires emergency attention and ongoing care, owing to suicidal atoms and overdose of Mogodol following his discharge today.
Mr Wilson, a retired man who lives with wife and has two married daughters and five grandchildren. He is a regular drinker and wants to overcome addiction. In addition, has a habit of gambling from two years and wasted a lot of money, including superannuation funds and in debt. Due to this he lost friends and leads to depression. Also, he is very angry and worried about suicide attempt. His wife and family members were unaware of addiction. On assessment, he is depressed and weak, for which she was commenced on anti-depressants like Levan,200mg. Also, diagnosed with Type two diabetes and Psoriasis. Education regarding diet and oral medications were prescribed. He is physically unfit, and needs the requirement of wheelchair. Diprosone Ov cream and lonil T shampoo were adminstered for Psoriasis.
Mr Wilson, has history of bronchitis and psoriasis. In addition, he is underweight and has poor appetite. He is a heavy smoker and smokes 40 cigarettes per day.
Based on the above circumstances, it would be appreciated if you could encourage Mr Wilson, to maintain the routine of anti-depressant medication as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor is established. Encouragement regarding social sporting activities, along with requires assistance to join gambling addiction group in Elizabeth Comapany centre. Maintenance of low gastrointestinal diet for diabetes is necessary. Also, treatment for psoriasis is essential. In addition, he has monthly follow-up appointments with psychologist and has appointment with social worker for gambling addiction therapy.
If any additional information is required, please do not listed to contact me.
Lyell Mc Ewin Hospital.