Systems improve communication

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

As market leaders for over 10 years, the Intercall Nursecall System has been installed in thousands of Nursing Homes and Hospitals throughout the UK, ranging in size from large Healthcare Trusts through to single home owners, all whom have found Intercall to be cost effective, flexible, easy to use and above all reliable. In the last 2 years alone, over 2500 care homes and hospitals have chosen to rely on Intercall for all their nursecall requirements. There are two main Intercall systems available, the Intercall 600, and the latest addition to the range, the Intercall 700, which has set new standards in nursecall technology. The system boasts optional Infra Red triggering, PC call logging facilities and a call/display unit to alert staff already tending to a resident that another call has been made on the system. The 700 system can be adapted to suit the needs of every caring environment, and can be used by a person with virtually any level of disability. Features such as audible signals when a call is made,

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