Improving safety of patient care is an ultimate objective for medical systems. Though many medical best practice guidelines exist and are in hospital handbooks, they are often lengthy and difficult for medical professionals to remember and apply clinically. Hence, developing safe and correct medical best practice guideline systems is an urgent need. Many efforts have been made in modeling, clinical validation, model level formal verification of medical best practice guidelines. However, code level verification is also necessary to develop verifiable safe and correct medical guideline systems. The paper presents an approach to transform safety properties specified in verifiable medical guideline models to JavaMOP runtime monitor and specify JavaMOP monitors to runtime monitor these safety properties during execution of Java code generated from validated and verified statechart models. We use a simplified version of a cardiac arrest scenario provided by Carle Foundation Hospital as a case study to validate the proposed approach.