New security measures coming to Halifax Health

— Orange County. What landlords have to do for this and the security prescribed for tenants. Announcer: Local, live, late-breaking. WES2 News starts now. Gym: Advent Health Safety and security are on the minds of many decision makers following the deadly shooting at Daytona Beach, where a woman has been charged with murdering her terminally ill husband. Heat: Starting tomorrow, visitors to Daytona Beach’s second hospital will now have to pass through a metal detector to get inside. WES 2’s Claire Metz joins America from Halifax Health. Claire is this in response to the shooting? Claire: Not at all. This is pure coincidence. Halifax is considering increasing health safety measures since they had an incident of their own in 2014. When they opened a new hospital three years ago, they installed medical – installed metal detectors and now they’re coming for all of them. >> Unfortunately, this is the world we live in. Claire: Halifax Health main Daytona Beach campus here on Wednesdays goes live with metal detectors at all 3 of its visitor entrances. Its Port Orange facility and Halifax behavioral services are soon to be built. Visitors already required to provide identification and check in at the front desk will not change. But officials say metal detectors can bring in another layer of security. >> Now we have a lot of active shooters all over the place. In schools, we felt it was better for our patients, visitors and staff to be safe. >> Drop the Gun. DROP THE GUN CLEAR: AdventHealth has not answered questions about existing or potentially new security protocols at its facility, but Saturday, police say 76-year-old Ellen Gilliland brought a gun with her to Advent’s Daytona Beach Hospital. Brought her and shot her terminally jailer. , As per reports, the victim was holding a handgun while she was doing live rounds. The victim had the handcuffs on his head while holding onto the wrists of the defendant. After this the accused fired one round. >> just talk to me, talk to me. what’s going on? Claire: The suspect was finally subdued. Now charged with murder. Police say Gilland told them that he had planned to take his own life but it did not happen. Instead of considering suicide by the police. Police recovered a handgun in the patient’s room and a box of ammunition in Gilliland’s purse. >> Once we get the xrays, all the bags will be scanned. Claire: At Halifax Health, staff will do a visual inspection of purses, backpacks, bags. X-ray equipment, which is on order, can be carried by any visitor, combined with metal detectors. Halifax health facilities have safety protocols in place at all employee entrances. they are not considering installing mate

New security measures coming to Halifax Health in wake of Daytona Beach hospital shooting

AdventHealth Safety and security are on the minds of many decision makers following a deadly shooting at Daytona Beach, where a woman has been charged with murdering her terminally ill husband. Starting Wednesday, visitors to another hospital in Daytona Beach will have to pass through a metal detector to get inside. RELATED: Police: Woman accused of murdering husband sick at Daytona Beach hospital plans shooting spree with husband Halifax has been considering new security measures since 2014, when they had a gun incident. Halifax installed metal detectors three years ago at its new facility in Deltana, and metal detectors will now be in all Halifax health facilities. “Unfortunately, this is the new way of the world we live in,” said Albert Taino, Halifax Health’s chief operating officer. Halifax Health went live Wednesday with metal detectors at all three of its visitor entrances at the main Daytona Beach campus. Its Port Orange facility and Halifax Behavioral Services Building will soon follow. Visitors are already required to provide identification and check-in at the front desk, and that will not change, but officials say metal detectors could bring in another layer of security. Daytona Beach Hospital “Now we have too many active shooters in schools, everywhere. We felt it was better for our patients, visitors and staff to be safe,” Taino said. Adventhealth has not responded to questions about current or potential new security protocols at its facilities, but police on Saturday Says 76-year-old Ellen Gilliland brought a gun with her to Daytona Beach Hospital in Advent and shot her critically ill husband Jerry. Reports. The suspect was eventually subdued and is now charged with murder Police say Gilland told them that she had planned to take her own life, but that did not happen. She was instead contemplating suicide by cop. Police found a handgun and a gun in the patient’s room. A box of cartridges was found in Gilland’s purse. “Once we get the X-rays, all the bags will be scanned,” Tyno said. At Halifax Health, staff are scanning purses, backpacks, bags, and visitors Visually inspect anything carried unless X-ray equipment, which is on order, is equipped with metal detectors Can be combined with. Top Headlines: Orlando leaders plan move to add restrictions to bars, nightclubs downtownBody cam video shows police pleading wife accused of husband’s murder at Daytona Beach hospitalCentral Florida teachers protest against Gov. DeSantis responded to the bill of rights

AdventHealth Safety and security are on the minds of many decision makers following a deadly shooting at Daytona Beach, where a woman has been charged with murdering her terminally ill husband.

Starting Wednesday, visitors to another hospital in Daytona Beach will have to pass through a metal detector to get inside.

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Halifax has been considering new security measures since 2014, after a gun incident near them. Halifax installed metal detectors at its new facility in Deltana when it opened three years ago, and metal detectors will now be in all Halifax health facilities.

“Unfortunately, this is the new way of the world we live in,” said Albert Taino, Halifax Health’s chief operating officer.

Halifax Health went live Wednesday with metal detectors at all three of its visitor entrances at the main Daytona Beach campus. Its Port Orange facility and Halifax Behavioral Services Building will soon follow. Visitors are already required to provide identification and check-in at the front desk, and that will not change, but officials say metal detectors could bring in another layer of security.

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“Now we have too many active shooters in schools everywhere. We felt it was better for our patients, visitors and staff to be safe,” Taino said.

AdventHealth has not answered questions about current or potential new security protocols at its facilities, but police say Saturday that 76-year-old Ellen Gilland brought a gun with her to Advent’s Daytona Beach Hospital and opened fire on her critically Sick husband shot Jerry. Report good.

The suspect was eventually subdued and has now been charged with murder. Police say Gilland told them he had planned to take his own life, but did not. She was contemplating suicide by cop instead. Police recovered a pistol from the patient’s room and a box of cartridges in Gilland’s purse.

“Once we get the X-rays, all the bags will be scanned,” Tyno said.

At Halifax Health, staff will conduct a visual inspection of purses, backpacks, bags and anything carried by visitors unless X-ray equipment, which is on order, can be combined with metal detectors.

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