This patient was seen at their hometown medical clinic on Nov26 and prescribed the antibiotic augmentin orally. On Nov27 the patient’s condition remained unchanged and he was referred to the local hospital Emergency Department where he received four doses of IV clindamycin over the next two days followed by 13 days of oral clindamycin, 3X’s/day. On Nov30 the olecranon bursa was lanced and packed open for drainage until Dec4. Diagnosis was septic olecranon bursitis due to staphylococcus infection. The strain of staph was not MRSA and when cultured was resistant only to penicillin and ampicillin. After 21 days patient had made a full recovery.