Nurse

PICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

NICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • Infants weighing less than 1800 grams are exempt from wearing a TotGuard band
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Surgical Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 2 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • ED Charge Nurse assigns staff to ED Entrance and Ambulance Bay
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

4S Med Surg

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

5S Med Surg

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Hematology Oncology

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Outpatient

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Patient Flow Supervisor

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security and Patient Flow Supervisor responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Specialty Nurses

Code PINK

Specialty Nursing Includes But Is Not Limited To: Clinical Nurse Educators, Advanced Practice Nurses, Nursing Advancement, IV Therapy Nurses, Nursing Informatics

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

 

Critical Care Transport

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Respiratory

PICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

NICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • Infants weighing less than 1800 grams are exempt from wearing a TotGuard band
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Surgical Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

4S Med Surg

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

5S Med Surg

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Hematology Oncology

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Outpatient

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Critical Care Transport

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Physician

PICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

NICU

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • Infants weighing less than 1800 grams are exempt from wearing a TotGuard band
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

General Pediatrics

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Hospitalists

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Surgical Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Anesthesiology

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Hematology Oncology

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

All Other Physicians

Code PINK

All Other Physicians Including But Not Limited To: Orthopedics, Diagnostic Referral, Pathology, Primary Care, Developmental Medicine, Genetics, Immunology, Behavioral Health, Endocrinology, Hematology/Oncology, Neurology, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Weight Management, Rehabilitation, Otolaryngology, Transition Team, Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Urology

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

The Logistics Center

Emergency Logistic Technician

 

  • Audio and video into patient’s room of tamper alarm
  • If unable to visualize patient, Intercom into Security and advise to call a Code Pink
  • Give location of Tag Tamper Alarm
  • Give Patient description. Male/Female-Age
  • Update Security with any additional information about the child, offender & location if available.
  • Wait until your given information to clear by Security then exit video screen.

Code Pink Exit Alarm

  • Audio and video into patient’s room of exit alarm
  • If unable to visualize patient, Intercom into Security and advise to call a Code Pink
  • Give location of Exit Alarm
  • Give Patient description. Male/Female-Age
  • Update Security with any additional information about the child, offender & location if available.

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security and Patient Flow Supervisor responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Security Command Center Dispatch

Code Pink Exit Alarm

  • Announce twice that there is a Code Pink on Fire Alarm System. “Attention Please… Code Pink, Exit Alarm (location & description)”
  • Give location of Exit Alarm
  • Give Patient description. Male/Female-Age
  • Give the same Information on the radio – Nemours All
  • Intercom with Clinical Logistics
  • Update code announcement with any additional information about the child, offender & location if available.
  • Bring up surveillance cameras in the area for sighting

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • If the person refuses to stay, notify security immediately at 57-5555 and give description of person with the child and which direction they headed

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 2 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to the Main Lobby, Discovery Garden, and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Security

Security Supervisor

Code Pink Exit Alarm

  • Announce twice that there is a Code Pink on Fire P.A. “Attention Please… Code Pink, Exit Alarm (location & description)”
  • Give location of Exit Alarm
  • Give Patient description. Male/Female-Age
  • Give the same Information on the radio – Nemours All
  • Intercom with Clinical Logistics
  • Update code announcement with any additional information about the child, offender & location if available.
  • Wait until your given information to clear by Security.

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Administration

Incident Command Executives

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

All Other Associates

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Clerk

Clerk/Aides

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Social Work

Social Worker

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Rehab and Therapy Services

Rehab and Therapy Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • Rehab staff is responsible for monitoring access to the stairwells “B” & “C” on the 5th floor
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Facilities

Facilities Engineering

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Clinical Lab

Clinical Lab

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. We have a lost 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Blood Bank

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Information Systems

Information Systems

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Radiology

X-Ray

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

MRI

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

CT

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Interventional

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Ultrasound

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Health Information Management

Health Information Management

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Human Resource

Human Resources

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Environmental Services

Environmental Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Materials Management

Materials Management

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Volunteer Services

Volunteer Services

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Critical Care Transport

Critical Care Transport

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Child Life

Child Life

Code PINK

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

Marketing and Public Relations

Marketing and Public Relations

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink. 5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving

All Other Associates

All Other Associates

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Preventing Patient Elopement or Abduction:

  • Associates must ensure each inpatient is banded with a security band.
  • When an inpatient approaches an exit, the alarm is automatically activated.
  • Upon activation of a security band sensor, an overhead Code Pink announcement with location is made and surveillance cameras zoom in to the specific exit to aid in identification.
  • Security responds to location of each Code Pink.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for.
  • Associates should report any suspicious activity.
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.

If Tot Guard has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial the Logistics Center at 57-5555 or push the Code Pink button on the nurse call associates panel if you witness or are notified of child abduction
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
    • Actual gender (abductor may have tried to change gender look i.e. cut hair, put on baseball cap)
    • Age
    • Hair and eye color
    • Approximate weight and height
    • What child was wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Code Pink is announced 3 times (Sample): Attention - Code Pink.  5 year old boy wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you find him call 57-5555.
  • Associates Response To Missing Person:
    • Security deploys immediately to main gate, back gate, Main Lobby and reporting department
    • Associates should monitor their department/work area and report any suspicious activity to 57-5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child’s parent/guardian, try to keep the person in the facility only if the child, yourself & others are not in danger. Do not use force to stop a person from leaving