Massachusetts hospital integrates security camera system

August 20, 2019

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston integrates security camera system to review and monitor more than 1,000 security cameras, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

MGH Police, Security and Outside Services Department provides security services to many other hospitals and facilities affiliated with Partners Healthcare, a Boston-based nonprofit hospital and physicians network.

Following the digital conversion, the security team was able to expand camera coverage by adding new network cameras directly to the existing IP camera network.

MGH’s 17-acre urban campus, comprises 29 contiguous and 14 separate buildings,including underground and freestanding garage facilities.

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