Emergency Room Violence

Toddler Shot by Mother’s Gun in Miss. Emergency Room

Mother had gun in her purse despite weapons not being allowed in the hospital.

Toddler Shot by Mother’s Gun in Miss. Emergency Room

Mother had gun in her purse despite weapons not being allowed in the hospital.

Read: Texas Health System Switches to Private Security Force

Texas Health System Switches to Private Security Force

The change comes as the health system adds officers and improves training.

Read: Campus Safety’s Best Hospital Quotes

Campus Safety’s Best Hospital Quotes

Here are some of the best quotes Campus Safety has used relating to the hospital field.

Read: “Extremely Violent” Man in Critical Condition after Being Shot by Hospital Security Officers

“Extremely Violent” Man in Critical Condition after Being Shot by Hospital Security Officers

The man, who was being treated at Marymount Hospital, assaulted three police officers and two nurses.

Read: National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

Bryan Warren of Carolinas HealthCare will present in-depth training on securing high-risk hospital locations at the Campus Safety National Forum June 24.

Read: Latest Research Shows Healthcare Workers Experience Highest Rate of Workplace Violence

Latest Research Shows Healthcare Workers Experience Highest Rate of Workplace Violence

Workplace violence in medical occupations accounts for more than 10 percent of all workplace violence incidents in the United States.

How to Keep Patient Watches from Eroding Your Hospital Public Safety Department

Assistants could help ease the workload of security officers monitoring behavioral health, violent or intoxicated patients.

Patient Attacks 3 Okla. Hospital Employees With Knife

An ER patient at Deaconess Hospital attacked two nurses and a security officer with a knife, severely injuring the officer.

Inmate Escapes St. Mary’s General Hospital

This is the second time in three weeks a forensic patient has escaped from a hospital in Kitchener.

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