California regulators are probing Sutter Health for failure to report assault on psychiatric worker

Sutter Health Invests $40 Million in Enhanced Security for Inpatient Psych Unit after Attack on Doctor

As a journalist, I would rewrite the article in the following way:

Sutter Health has recently invested nearly $40 million in enhancing security for its inpatient psych unit, where Golomb was attacked. The unit now has cameras, panic buttons, duress alarms, and secured doors. Additionally, a security officer is stationed in the unit during daytime hours. This move comes after Golomb’s story was published and Sutter Health’s president and CEO, Warner Thomas, sent an email to hospital employees titled “Keeping you safe from harm at work.”

Golomb and her colleagues have been advocating for increased safety measures at Sutter Health. They recently presented a petition to hospital management signed by over 100 psychiatry residents, fellows, and nurses. This petition called for a round-the-clock security presence in the inpatient psych unit and an intensive care unit, citing concerns about safety threatening the ability to provide high-quality care.

Comsti emphasized the importance of violent incident reports in the successful implementation of workplace violence prevention plans. These reports allow workers to stay informed about what is happening and to communicate with their employer about areas in need of improvement.

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