Milwaukee nurses pushing for more security after fatal attack in parking garage

Hospital representatives said the facility has made security enhancements and will continue to make improvements

Nurses across Milwaukee are hoping for more security after the attack and murder of a nurse practitioner at a Froedtert Hospital parking garage, according to an article on the WTMJ4 website.

Nurses from across the area say the woman’s murder never should have happened. They want to make sure it never happens again. WTMJ4 was sent an email employees received from the hospital's CEO this week. 

It reads in part, "Our Security Services Team does regular patrols of our Milwaukee campus grounds and parking areas. They are available for personal escorts by calling (414) 266-2552. Additionally, the intercoms in the parking structures are available for calling security at any time." 

Froedtert representatives said the hospital "has made security enhancements and will continue to make improvements."

Read the article.









February 7, 2019

Topic Area: Security

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