Central Florida Regional Hospital must pay $10,000 in baby abduction
Orlando Sentinel, July 1, 2008
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has fined Central Florida Regional Hospital $10,000. It concluded the security system in the maternity ward at the hospital was too lax, and allowed a baby to be abducted in March.
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