Hospital reviewing security after woman impersonates staffer

June 16, 2017

Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper, Ind., is reviewing its security procedures after an Indiana woman was arrested after impersonating hospital staff members and entering restricted areas of the hospital, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

According to a hospital statement, the woman entered a non-patient care area of the facility while claiming to be a new employee.

During the incident, police say Stoll pressed several buttons in different rooms, was acting strangely and scaring hospital employees.

The hospital has a team of people reviewing the facility’s safety policies and procedures in response to the incident, the article.

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