Our hospitals and health systems are not immune to violence, but they have made great efforts to curb it, writes AHA Board member and Hospitals Against Violence advisory group chair Mary Beth Kingston, R.N., chief nurse officer at Advocate Aurora Health in Milwaukee, Wis., and Downers Grove, Ill. Kingston talks about how her system combats violence, while encouraging others to share their stories for tomorrow’s #HAVhope Friday

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