Sampson v. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Civil rights damage action challenging the mandatory search, restraint, and forcible stripping of a woman with psychiatric disabilities in the hospital’s emergency department. Case settled for significant damages as well as an agreement to make systemic reforms of hospital’s policies, procedures, and training program for ED staff.
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