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Safe Badging for Guests

Safe Badging for Guests

As the hospital is secured during the hours of 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., greeters and security officers at the entrance desk will ask families/guests to provide the name of the patient they are here to see and provide an ID in order to receive a badge. This helps us provide a safe, secure and respectful environment for patients, families, guests, and staff.

Families/caregivers with patients here for an extended stay can receive an armband to avoid being badged every evening. Family members/guests should ask for an authorized card from the patient’s nurse and bring the card to the nearest entrance desk in order to get an armband.

Safe Badging for Guests

As the hospital is secured during the hours of 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., greeters and security officers at the entrance desk will ask families/guests to provide the name of the patient they are here to see and provide an ID in order to receive a badge. This helps us provide a safe, secure and respectful environment for patients, families, guests, and staff.

Families/caregivers with patients here for an extended stay can receive an armband to avoid being badged every evening. Family members/guests should ask for an authorized card from the patient’s nurse and bring the card to the nearest entrance desk in order to get an armband.

 

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