NURSE CALL – A lot’s changed.

A lot has changed. These simple questions (while not exhaustive) may help you decide whether it might be time to think about your Nurse Call system: Is your Nurse Call system reliable? Are parts readily available? Do you receive prompt service at a fair price? Can...

Will your Nurse Call system continue to operate if the power goes down?

If so, for how long? Does your Nurse Call system warn you if/when part of it fails? If you don’t know the answers to these and other equally important questions relating to the overall integrity of your Nurse Call system, talk to your provider. If you’re not sure what...

Buy or Lease?

There may be no need to put off upgrading your technology or settle for something less. That could cost more in the long run. Talk to us about leasing your Nurse Call, Security and Communications technologies. We can give you indicative pricing and refer you to our...

Nurse Call – a lot’s changed (continued, 5)

Apart from the obvious need to have a tool which supports and demonstrates compliance and performance requirements, more and more we see our customers using Nurse Call reporting capability as a proactive tool to help find efficiencies, optimise resources and manage...

Nurse Call – a lot’s changed (continued, 4)

Now, as we discuss Nurse Call, we find ourselves talking more and more about a range of other solutions/technologies which go hand in hand.  Some popular and simple examples include wandering/tracking, smoke detectors, inactivity sensors and infra-red bed-exit...