Summary: Patient Standby In ED

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On Wednesday 04/27/2016, at approximately 2320 hours, FHE Security Officers Christopher Paz, Omar Alonso and Steven Evans were dispatched to the Special Care Unit (SCU) room #37 for a (51S) Patient Standby in ED. Upon arrival at 2322 hours, we met with ED Registered Nurse Lisette Van Windt who stated that she had called Security to standby because she needed to go to the patient room. The patient, Eugene Whitford (DOB: 06/20/1966–FIN# 85561610) is a Baker Act patient who had been agitated and uncooperative with nursing staff. Mr. Whitford had been very loud and using curse words towards medical staff. Security stood by while Nurse VanWindt went inside Mr. Whitford room to administer medication and check on him. Security did not have to go hands

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