As Hurricane Ian decimated parts of Florida, several hospitals in the state were forced to evacuate patients and place staff on lockdown.
Category: Hospital Safety
Federal authorities are investigating shipments of counterfeit masks sent to hospitals across the country last year, including a $1.8 million sale of bogus face coverings to the Cleveland Clinic.Read More
According to authorities, a temporary facility serving as a COVID-19 hospital in Tetovo, North Macedonia, burned down last month due to a short-circuit of a cable connected to a defibrillator; 14 people were killed.Read More
Employees at a Missouri hospital will now be equipped with their own personal panic buttons after attacks on front-line workers have tripled, according to authorities.Read More
UltraViolet Devices, Inc. (UVDI), a manufacturer of ultraviolet technology for hospital room disinfection and indoor air quality, announces that the UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer is now available on CME Corp.’s $49.5 million Defense Logistics Agency’s Department of Defense contract.Read More
A Romanian hospital became the setting of a tragic event on Friday, October 1, after a blaze ripped though the facility’s intensive care unit, killing at least seven COVID-19 patients.Read More
The University of Utah Hospital became the site of a tragic accident on Wednesday, September 15, after an MRI machine crashed outside the hospital, killing one worker.Read More