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    I am about to go visit my mother at Troy Beaumont, I searched their website everywhere and can not find any policys. I am a CPL holder, so I should be good to go, correct?

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    I have been working in a lot of hospitals lately and always see signs for no carrying at the emergency rooms only. They make you go through metal detectors at the emergency rooms only. No signs seen for regular room visits.

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    No metal detectors seen either. I was there visiting a regular room. I parked and walked into the entrance that has the church off to the left. You'll know what I'm talking about when you see it. It was all under construction when I was there just renovating the place. The receptionist desk is in front of you; no guards there at all. Looks legit.

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    security at troy beaumont has one of those safety tubes you can point your gun into to load/unload it. I think this is for patients visiting the ER and obviously cannot cc. My guess is that you will be requested to leave their facility if they see you oc'ing.
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    cscitney87 wrote:
    No metal detectors seen either.* I was there visiting a regular room.* I parked and walked into the entrance that has the church off to the left.* You'll know what I'm talking about when you see it.* It was all under construction when I was there just renovating the place.* The receptionist desk is in front of you; no guards there at all.* Looks legit.
    Royal Oak I'm fairly certain at the ER entrance there is security. As for metal detectors I don't recall seeing any at there.

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    eastmeyers wrote:
    I am about to go visit my mother at Troy Beaumont, I searched their website everywhere and can not find any policys. I am a CPL holder, so I should be good to go, correct?

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    I was just there today for some tests. I did not see any "No Firearms" signs posted and no metal detectors coming in from the Parking Garage Entrance.
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    So how'd it go?

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    One hospital where a person probably has the legal right to open carry is Hurley Medical Center in Flint. They are a city owned hospital. They have metal detectors and security as they are the ghetto hospital. I do not think it is likely they would allow you to enter while oc'ing, but legally i'm not sure they can.
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    I oc'd at a Beaumont building yesterday for some tests. Not quite the same I know, but just thought I'd throw it out there. I did get looked at funny - alot.
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    I went with my brother and my pragnate sister-in-law, they are pro OC, but did not want the hassile if something were to happen, I wore my "Rock Out With Your Glock Out" T-shirt, and had my holster open to the world, but it was empty and my glove box was full. If I were by my self I would have OC.

    I have gone through Royal Oak Beaumont ER a few times CC, and I just lock it up in one of their safes, you get a respiet, and pick it up on your way out. A funny side note, they have a clearing area, and it had obviously been shot a few times, LOL.

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    I wouldn`t carry into a Hospital, But I would carry an empty Holster into a Hospital.

    But I am one of the VERY ELITE that has a "Concealed Holster License" (CHL)

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