Since you work in a "healthcare setting," there should be a Risk Assessment Team for situations like this and they should have been notified immediately. If such a team is not available, your immediate supervisor should have been notified of your possible risk and assessment for PEP treatment done at that time,
IF it has been less than 72 hours since this incident, you are still in the window period for PEP. Ask your nursing supervisor, charge nurse or lab director where you should go to be assessed.
Given the fact that you are not even sure you had a needle stick, you need the advice of a doctor, and preferably an HIV specialists, regarding your options.
I wish I could give you a more definitive answer, but a possible needle stick from a patient who claims he tested negative for HIV a YEAR ago, needs far more assessment than I can offer.
I wish you the very best.