Nurse Call Systems
Nurse Call Solutions
A professionally installed nurse call system allows patients to call or contact their caregiver easily, allowing healthcare professionals to respond quickly to their patients’ care needs. Whether your system is in a retirement residence, hospital, or long-term care facility, FMC can install a system that has your patients feeling safe and secure. With numerous types of devices available, a customized solution can be created for you based on facility size, location, patient status, and staff needs.
FMC’s nurse call systems can help your facility by contributing to workflow enhancement. Automatic escalations, corridor lights, type of call reports, and time-records are all examples of how a nurse call system can help automate and streamline your facility’s processes.
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Long-Term Care Facilities
Nurse call systems can utilize a variety of devices to allow a patient to communicate with their care providers. These devices can range in style from dome lights, speakers, or push buttons just to name a few.
A bed call can be activated with the use of a few technical options, to include manual button activation or bed monitoring devices. These allow patients to alert their nurses by simply activating a push-button or alternative for monitoring systems to alert nurses to potentially abnormal conditions without the need for manual intervention.
Bath and shower stations have water-resistant pull cords that are activated when pulled. Having these stations installed in bathrooms gives your patients privacy and allows you the ability to speak to the resident if they have taken a fall or if there is an emergency.
These solutions utilize wireless transmitters such as personal pendants or wireless wall stations to send alerts to caregivers or emergency responders.
Wandering Patient (RFID)
Patients are assigned an RFID tag to wear on their persons via wristband or pendant device. As a result, tagged patients can be detected as they approach defined areas such as exit doors, stairwells, and elevators. Once their presence is detected, alarms can be triggered and doors can be secured.