Embattled Wis. hospital gets 7 more citations for routine violations

UnityPoint Health-Meriter in Madison received seven citations in its third inspection


UnityPoint Health-Meriter in Madison, Wis., received seven citations in its third inspection stemming from an investigation of a nurse suspected of injuring five babies, according to an article on the Wisconsin State Journal  website.

The citations are routine violations related to the facility.

They include not installing battery-powered lights in a procedure room and failing to have a remote stop for a generator.

The Madison Police Department continues to investigate the nurse, who was suspended by Meriter in February in connection with bruises and fractures the babies sustained beginning in April 2017.

Read the article.

 

 



June 14, 2018


Topic Area: Maintenance and Operations


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