Susie Anderson again was "on the ball" yesterday. Pt. presented with epigastric abdominal pain and what sounded initially like GI symptoms. She had a "feeling" and got an EKG which came to me immediately. EKG showed diffuse ST depression, patient with positive Trop at 0.6. I sent information to Dr. Khan at JCMC and patient had complete circumflex and 95% LAD lesions. This is the third time I have had the experience of a patient that was triaged by S. Anderson and a critical cardiac cause was found to be causing the "not chest pain" complaint! Another of the "not chest pain" was a female that checking in with a finger pain infection. The ER had a very long wait, but Susie was triaging as fast as she could. Triaging the patient she noted patient was grimacing and seemed to be in pain - patient's husband said she had been having chest pain. Susie brought patient back and patient was having an acute MI - and sent directly to cath lab. Patient here 45 minutes.