In hospitals, where lots of people with different needs come together, communication is particularly vital.
Everyone has a different perspective. Patients expect a quick response, while doctors and nurses may have a large number of patients to look after. Especially at night this can become a real challenge. There are patients who can’t get around by themselves, for whom transfers to other parts of the building constantly have to be arranged – from ward to theater, from recovery to ward, to physiotherapy and back or to the lab for a blood sample. In addition, there are so many other tasks that need to be arranged and coordinated as efficiently as possible.
Hospital managers shoulder a great responsibility not only for patients and staff, but also for commercial success and robust operations. And to meet all these different concerns and interests. Each hospital depends on an optimum solution to its communication needs to meet all these different concerns and interests. Good communication stands out due to clear messages that everyone involved can understand. More than ever, with hospitals competing among themselves, getting the message is crucial. A hospital must treat patients as clients, respect their preferences and expectations and seek to accommodate them to survive in the market.
Our systems are designed to enable services that wrap around the individual, supporting the person rather than just addressing a single need. Tunstall Healthcare can provide a truly assistive technology care solution tailored to meet an individual’s care needs.
Naturally our products and systems comply with the German nursecall system standard DIN VDE 0843, with its stringent security and operational requirements. We know all about planning the communication between hundreds of patients, nursing staff, physicians, administrators, support functions, technicians, supplies and waste disposal and about implementing the design reliably and efficiently. We would be delighted to convince you our nurse call systems can help you to simplify processes. Just ask!