(Madison, WI) — The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says a Madison hospital failed to protect some of its most vulnerable patients. The agency released the results of the initial investigation into injuries to five babies at Meriter Hospital’s newborn intensive care unit. The inspection found that Meriter doctors moved too slowly after nurses reported scratches and other injuries on five premature newborns, including one skull fracture. The agency has accepted Meriter’s plan to fix its problems. The nurse accused of being responsible has had his license suspended. Madison police are still looking into possible criminal charges.