Hillcrest Hospital, located in Colorado, has been placed on lockdown for the past week following the shooting at a local hospital.
The hospital says it has received multiple reports of an attack and is monitoring the situation closely.
Hillcrest is in the heart of the Colorado mountains and has a large population of both military and civilians.
It was also the site of the attack at the Sutherland Strip mall on Friday night.
The shooting has taken place at the Hillcretans medical facility, and police are now searching for two gunmen who fled the scene.
The facility is not accepting new patients and will remain closed until further notice.
It will reopen at 5 a.m. on Saturday.
The Hillcres staff, patients and patients’ families are all in lockdown and will be allowed to enter the facility at some point, Hillcrisnt Hospital spokeswoman Krista De La Cruz told The Hill.
HillCrest is the largest and oldest hospital in the state of Colorado, with a population of more than 25,000.
Its primary focus is trauma care, which is where the majority of patients are brought for surgeries, medical procedures and other medical care.
Hillcremans staff are expected to remain in lockdown throughout the weekend.
“We’re doing everything we can to help our patients and families, but we will remain on lockdown until we are able to confirm the identities of the individuals involved,” De La, said in a statement.
“Hillcres Hospital is a family of four and the medical staff has been working closely with Hillcrises emergency medical team and police departments.”
Officials say they are not aware of any motive for the attack.
They also say they do not believe the gunman has acted alone.
The shooter was killed by police after shooting at police officers and bystanders, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.
The incident at the hospital comes as the nation continues to grapple with the threat of gun violence.
On Sunday, President Donald Trump declared a national gun buyback and said his administration will ban guns from federal lands.