Nurse Call Systems for NDIS, Medical Centres, Community Homes & Disabled Toilets
We supply nurse call & emergency call systems to meet specific requirements
Having evolved from the Nurse Call Systems Industry, Safe Life also specialises in hardwired and wireless nurse call and emergency call systems for NDIS applications, clinics, SRS facilities and medical centres. Being mostly computerless, our systems are delivered "Plug & Play" making installation very easy.
What Is a Nurse Call System and When Do We Must Use One?
If you've ever heard this term before, you probably have an idea of how they work. But, do you know all of the nitty-gritty details? In essence, an emergency call system allows a patient to contact or call their nurse or nurse's station with ease. There are also several varieties of call systems, including those that include staff/equipment locators. Let's dig a little deeper into how these systems function. A simple concept, but a complex system!
A nurse call system sounds simple, but is it? Many people understand the basics of emergency call systems, but few know the details. How do these systems function? To be honest, it’s simple to grasp. Whether they’re able to contact their nurses or nurse’s stations, patients may do so using these devices. In addition, some systems can also be used by staff members to communicate with each other and locate equipment. Every part of the system is fairly straightforward, but it’s a fairly complex system in total. Let’s break it down.
Nurse Calling Systems Have These Similarities
The most prevalent components of a modern emergency call system are likely to be:
A patient and medical staff can be connected through a functioning nurse call system. Visitors, in addition, can use the system on the patient’s behalf. Many different options and features are available in modern emergency call systems. From the 1800s onward, a patient would ring a bell to get a nurse’s attention.
What Are The Requirements For A Nurse Call System?
It is safe to assume that the laws in your medical centre or senior citizen care facility require that a call button is accessible to patients at all times, because of its critical role in situations of emergency. You should learn about the relevant legislation in your area.
System Installation Services Are Available From Our Professionals.
You may want to contact us about our call system services if you are located in Australia and require an ideal system. We have the knowledge and expertise to assist you design, install, maintain, test, and repair your nurse call system technology. To request a quote or find out more about our services, please contact Safe-Life.
Why should you install a nurse call system?
- To improve communication between nurses and patients.
- To make it easier for nurses to respond to patient needs.
- To reduce the risk of errors in patient care.
- To improve patient satisfaction.