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Lafayette General Updates Security With Surgical Precision

Deborah O’Mara · September 24, 2014
This ever-expanding Louisiana-based hospital has relied on its integrator to keep its electronic security technology current, including a recent project with 100 cameras and 25 card readers.
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Chrissy Winske · October 15, 2014
Barnes-Jewish Hospital officials came up with an idea for a "safe corridor" to protect employees after three hospital workers were physically assaulted within days of one another.

Chrissy Winske · October 15, 2014
Margaret “Margie” Brine has had a long and varied career at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, but her commitment to her staff and knack for innovation make her a leader worth recognition. Brine is this year’s Campus Safety Hospital Director of the Year.

Robin Hattersley Gray · October 15, 2014
Local health officials say more cases among Texas Health Presbyterian’s workers could develop.

CS Staff · October 14, 2014
ShakeOut drills scheduled for Oct. 16 will prepare schools and communities for potential earthquake risks.

CS Staff · October 08, 2014
Austin Streets was charged Tuesday with assault on persons in certain occupations after punching a nursing assistant and security guard at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics last month.

CS Staff · October 08, 2014
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center notified state and federal officials that 33,136 patients’ medical records were on a laptop that was stolen from an employee’s house back in June.

Dr. Sonayia Shepherd · October 07, 2014
Here are some planning tools to help you prepare should a biological incident affect your campus.

CS Staff · October 06, 2014
The 26-year-old man started a fight with a police officer during a bathroom break and then attempted to flee the hospital. A call for help was issued and the man is now in custody.

CS Staff · October 03, 2014
The bill focuses on mitigating risk factors and requires incidents of violence to be reported to Cal/OSHA.

CS Staff · October 02, 2014
Southwood Psychiatric Hospital says the refusal is due to security concerns. The state is now looking into other options for treatment.