List and Name Of Charles Cullen Hospitals: Netflix’s “The Good Nurse” has been released and has been creating waves with people growing more curious about the serial killer who was a nurse and supposed to save the people he was killing.
It’s quite ironic that Charles Cullen kept getting hired at different hospitals even after working as a nurse and having patients dying of unexpected conditions, it asks a more important question of whether the hospitals were aware of this or not. If you’re also curious about that, you’re in the right place
Charles Cullen after graduating from Nursing School worked at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey, in 1986. In 1988, Cullen committed his first murder however, in Charles Graeber’s text of the film, Cullen recounted killing an AIDS patient in 1987 but never formally confessed to it.
After the authorities found out about the IV Bag incident at the Barnabus Medical Centre, he was fired from his job with his colleague unaware of the reason. He then joined Warren Hospital in Phillipsburg, New Jersey continuing the murders, and then joined Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, New Jersey.
Cullen doesn’t really remember the names of the patients he killed during his time at Hunterdon, as Graeber wrote in his book. He then joined Morristown Memorial Hospital, located in Morristown, New Jersey, and then Liberty Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania followed by Easton Hospital in Easton, Pennsylvania, and in March 1999, Cullen joined Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest, in Allentown, Pennsylvania continuing the murders as he moved jobs.
Then he worked at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he killed half a dozen patients, and then moved to his last workplace Somerset where he killed at least 13 patients after which he got arrested.
This gets us to the question of why the hospitals did not do anything. They kept on firing him and did find evidence against him but why did they do nothing and gave favorable references to the other hospitals regarding Cullen? The only reason is to maintain their reputation.
These hospitals could’ve done the needed thing but instead prioritized saving their reputation which would’ve gone to dust if the news of the hospital employing a serial killer would’ve come out and they gave favorable references to other hospitals because they did not want the other hospitals to suspect of anything foul when it came to Cullen’s work life because if anything, they could come under fire for knowing that they did know that Cullen was killing patients but deliberately did not do anything.
They could also get lawsuits from the dead patient’s families and to avoid costly lawsuits, they might have taken a collective decision to look the other way.