Naval hospital employees removed following disturbing photos of newborns


The Naval Hospital in Jacksonville has since removed employees from their jobs.

A Facebook post, shared over 180,000 times, depicts a hospital staff member flipping off a baby with the caption "How I now feel about these mini Satans".

A Facebook user shared a now-viral post on Monday of screenshots from Snapchat. She also worked together with fellow Naval Hospital Jacksonville nurse Joanie Barrett to record a video of herself forcing a newborn to dance to "In Da Club", holding the baby up by the arms.

The hospital responded with their own statement on Facebook (below) and pinned it to the top of their page. It's outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and can not be tolerated.

"We are aware of a video/photo posted online".

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'We have identified the staff members involved. ABC affiliate WFTS reported that the photo is an image from a Snapchat account belonging to one of the employees.

A naval hospital in Jacksonville, Florida says the actions of a couple of nurses will be handled by "military justice". We're in the process of notifying the patient " s parents". They quickly went viral, leading the hospital to remove the workers and launch and investigation.

A Jackson hospital came under fire Monday after pictures of nurses with newborns appeared on social media.

Joy Allen added: 'As a former Navy daughter, Navy wife and mother of a child born at NAS JAX I am sicken by this behavior.