Based on my experience in the military, yes, that is what I'd expect.
Hospitals have less guards, often unarmed. They have less locked doors and more entrances. They have more visitors/patients without escorts or visible ID that regular employees would not recognize on sight and therefore would not immediately know if they were supposed to be there. They also have drugs in multiple locations under minimal security due to frequency of use that they still need to prevent from being stolen.
The Pentagon has far more armed guards, more locked doors and less entrances, less visitors and the ones they do have either have escorts or visible identification. They have valuable information but it is under multiple levels of security deeper in the building.
Edited by frenat, 16 October 2012 - 10:52 PM.