Our onsite hospital pager systems allow the hospital to carefully manage patient flow throughout the patients visit. Optimum patient flow and control is an integral part of creating effective patient care.
We have developed NHS hospital pagers which typically are used in radiology, pharmacy, labs, X-ray, accident and emergency and other departments to call waiting patients. While waiting the patient is able to go to the cafeteria or stroll around the rest areas designated for patients.
LRS UK has supplied many hospitals here in the UK with hospital paging systems and equipment for Patient Flow within NHS patient areas.
Download this MP3 file (simply right click and save the file or click the link to play in media player on your pc) which is an extract from NHS West Suffolk Hospital discussing their findings on a radio station.
Hospital paging systems eliminate the need for overhead PA systems and maintain patient confidentiality. Flat Screen Systems simply display customer names and remove patient confidentiality in the hospital environment, but by using pagers in hospitals, this process becomes much more secure and private.
These tools can eliminate the need for overhead PA systems and ensure patient confidentiality. Flat Screen Systems only display customer names and remove patient confidentiality.
Above is an example video of NHS pagers in action.
LRS has a whole collection of specialised equipment and solutions that are designed to meet the needs of a busy library environment so whether staff or library member paging it's all catered for with our solutions.
We have integrated in to many systems a protection method that helps stop patients leaving the premises with a pager so they can return them.
Our patient pagers and other recall solutions can be used for any time that patients might be waiting or want to go to the cafe. With our patient pagers you can allow patients to easily visit the cafe or stroll in the rest areas of the hospital easily. And its so easy to call your patient back when its time for the doctor to see them.