Hospital drill goes wrong; gunman traumatizes staff

Freeman, Greg
September 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Sep2010, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p104
The article reports a 'Code Silver' simulation drill conducted at the St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson, Nevada, which went awry, thereby leaving the hospital staff traumatized.


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