Medical Center Requires Visitor IDs

SALT LAKE CITY — Primary Children’s Medical Center, as of June 13, requires visitors to show a picture ID to enter the facility.

The hospital uses Easy Lobby, a computerized visitor check-in program, to track who is entering and exiting the facility, the Deseret News reports. Outpatient and clinic areas will not be as tightly monitored.

The new system was implemented as a precaution, according to Mike Creason, assistant administrator for security at Primary Children’s. The new system will flag visitors requiring the attention of security personnel.

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