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Safe Badging for Guests

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Safe Badging for Guests

To provide a safe environment, greeters and security officers at the entrance desk 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. In CHOG, badging is required 24/7. For those going to an adult patient's room, badging is required as the hospital is secured for the evening during the hours between 8:30 pm to 5 am. This helps us provide a safe, secure and respectful environment for patients, families, guests, and staff.

Safe Badging for Guests

To provide a safe environment, greeters and security officers at the entrance desk 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. In CHOG, badging is required 24/7. For those going to an adult patient's room, badging is required as the hospital is secured for the evening during the hours between 8:30 pm to 5 am. This helps us provide a safe, secure and respectful environment for patients, families, guests, and staff.

 

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