Fast deployment emergency Nurse Call systems from Courtney Thorne.


Hospitals often need to be able to react quickly when extraordinary events like these occur but being nimble in deploying such protocols can be hindered by the simplest of things. Sometimes the most obvious element to organise can be overlooked, can waste precious budget or be a cause for delay.

What will you do about your Nurse Call provisioning?   Courtney Thorne’s wireless breakout nurse call system is a rapid deployment, pre-programmed, literally ‘out of the box solution’ and is fully HTM 08-03 compliant.  New or mothballed wards can be equipped in minutes, wards with faulty legacy nurse call systems can be back up and running the same day.   Rapid installation, minimal disruption and peace of mind. 

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