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Wireless Nurse Call: Are we ready for it?

As the challenge to provide more care – with fewer resources continues, service providers look towards technology to provide some of the necessary solutions. Wireless Nurse Call systems have been marketed, and, provided a range of options for many years.

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Ensuring that your residents or patients have the highest quality of life possible is of vital importance.  At times though there is a need to monitor those that may be prone to wandering, falling out of bed or simply need a little extra attention.

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Access Protocol Turns 15

This month is a very special month for Access Protocol and the team.  Not only does it mark our 15th Birthday, a major milestone for any business, but also 9 years since it grew wings and seperated from its orginal owner, Austco Communications.  

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Annunciators in Aged Care

Annunciators are very much common place in hospital wards and are used to alert staff about the calls in their area (along with a message to paging or DECT). But do they have a place in an Aged Care Facility?

There are varied thoughts on this topic with these thoughts coming from both nursing staff and aged care managers.

Nursing Staff - "Annunciators are a great tool to alert those staff that don't carry pagers or a DECT phone as well as confirmation that a patient/resident call is still active and hasn't been dealt with.

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