HSS From 2000 – current

2000: HSS revenues total $42.6 million.
2001: Courier hits 5,000 deliveries a month mark.
2002: Healthcare Security introduces Techniques for Effective Aggression Management training.
2004: HSS ranks 10th among healthcare outsourcing organizations according to Modern Healthcare. HSS continues to rank high in this annual survey.
2005: HSS Operations Support communications equipment upgraded to the level reserved for police, fire, and healthcare responder emergency communications. Systems Integration expanded.
2007: HSS awarded SAFETY Act Certification and Designation.
2007: HSS chosen as the Orlando International Airport’s primary security provider
2008: HSS moves to new corporate headquarters in Denver. Staffing introduces new healthcare professional designation, Behavioral Security Technician (BeST™).
2008: HSS becomes a considerable player in the low voltage electronic security systems market with the acquisition of Heritage Security
2008: Behavioral Security Technicians (BeST™), a therapeutic and secure approach to one-on-one patient monitoring
2009: Long-time CEO George Schiel retires; Wayne Schell selected successor. HSS revenues total nearly $100 million., an Emergency Department violence prevention and mitigation program launched.
2009: HSS successfully captures the Portland International Airport from a large international security company
2009: HSS is awarded the security services contract at General Mitchell International (Milwaukee) airport.
2009: HSS executives write the book on Hospital and Healthcare Security
2009: HSS introduces ED-Safe™ a proactive Emergency Department violence prevention and mitigation program
2010: San Diego International Airport security contract is awarded.
2010: HSS launches its Institute for Leadership, Education, Advancement, and Development (iLEAD™)
2010: HSS launches EM Solutions™, a practical healthcare emergency management outsourcing solution
2011: HSS wins the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport security contract.
2014: HSS wins the Coor’s Field Access and CCTV security contract.
2015: HSS wins the Colorado Convention Center CCTV security contract.
2015: HSS wins the Sports Authority Field Access, CCTV and Command Center security contract.
2015: CEO Wayne Schell retires; Tony York ascends to helm from Chief Operating Officer position.
2015: HSS wins the St. Vrain Schools Access, CCTV and Intrusion security contract.
2015: HSS wins the Pearl Parkway West Access and CCTV security contract.
2015: HSS wins the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport security contract.
2015: HSS wins the Grand River Access security contract.
2015: HSS partners with Vail Valley Medical Center to handle their Biomed and Sterilizer needs.
2016: HSS wins the Adams 50 Schools Access security contract.
2016: HSS wins the Salinas Valley Medical Center security contract.
2016: HSS wins the Sutter Health security contract.
2016: HSS contracts with Colorado Mental Health – Pueblo to handle their Biomed requirements.
2016: HSS wins the Boulder Valley School District Access, CCTV and Intrusion security contract.
2016: HSS wins the Adams 12 Five Star Schools Access and CCTV security contract.
2016: HSS wins the Sea-Tac Total Queue Management security contract.

 

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