Hailed as heroes, hospital workers for years have been bitten, hit, kicked. And ignored.

December 15, 2020

USA Today

Half of emergency room physicians say their hospitals need to do more to protect them, a 2018 study by the American College of Emergency Physicians shows.


Jesse Telford, an emergency room charge nurse at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth, Massachusetts, said he and co-workers are verbally or physically assaulted five or six times per shift.

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