Okla. Hospital Approves Security Camera Upgrade

MCALESTER, Okla. – McAlester Regional Health Center (MRHC) Trust Authority Board members have approved a measure to upgrade the hospital’s video surveillance system.

Convergint Technologies was awarded the $89,000 contract due to it being the lowest bid, reports McAlester News-Capital.

Digital video surveillance cameras will be installed inside and outside of the facility. Recording and monitoring equipment will also be included. A hospital executive told the news source that its current analog equipment is obsolete.

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