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What does Hospital Security Officers do in a hospital?
As a hospital security officer, you protect staff, patients, and visitors and ensure that all hospital property is secure. Your duties are to patrol the building and its grounds, monitor all activity in and out of the hospital, and endeavor to prevent vandalism, theft, fire, and disturbances within the facility.
What do you need for hospital security? The qualifications needed to become a hospital security guard include a high school diploma and basic security officer training. Additional qualifications include a clean driving record, a valid driver's license, and a cleared background check.
Why is there a security guard at the hospital?
Security guards are trained to patrol the hospital and locate any threats or potential security risks. They can identify thieves or vandals, notice suspicious packages, or pinpoint slip-and-trip hazards in the building. They can mitigate these problems to protect the hospital building and its occupants.