Early Warning - Nurse Call System

Posted:
14
August 2003

installation of a specialised nurse call system

To further improve our volunteer facility, we have installed a specialised nurse call system in the toilets, lounge, TV room, internet room, dining room so volunteers can press a “panic” button to call a nurse, wherever they are.The calls are monitored by our head nurse from a continually manned station who can locate the volunteer quickly and direct the relevant aide promptly.This makes our clinical facility even safer, since our already quick responses will benefit from this early warning system.

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