Patients in hospitals and residents in retirement homes and retirement villages are amongst the most vulnerable people in society, requiring assistance for everything from going to the bathroom to dealing with a fall. Unfortunately nurses and other care givers can’t always be near them whenever they need help but thanks to Nurse Call, a specialist patient communication system, they don’t have to be.
How It Works
Nurse call buttons and cords are installed throughout your hospital, retirement village or residential home at places where patients are at their most vulnerable, such as beside their bed and in the bathroom. When the patient needs help with anything they simply activate the nurse call to request assistance. Once activated the nurse is alerted to the location of the patient on a monitor at the nurse’s station and through a light displayed above the entrance to the room. The patient can then quickly receive the care they need without any delays.
- Easy to use – Wide variety of buttons, switches and cords can be used as activation devices, installed to meet your specific requirements
- Reassures patients and their family – Patients and their family no longer have to worry, that should help be required, they will be left lying in distress trying to call for help. Now all they have to do is gently activate the system in the knowledge that help is on its way
- Improves efficiencies and saves time – Thanks to the Nurse Call Monitor (see picture below) and Nurse Call lights, once the system is activate the nurse or care giver instantly knows where the patient that requires help is located. Saving precious time in an emergency
- Designed for hospitals – All systems are designed to fit seamlessly into hospitals, retirement homes and retirement villages. It has also been hard wired to avoid interference with medical equipment.