You have a choice from four nurse call systems for hospitals. FYI, other commonly used names for nurse call are nurse call light, nurse call button, or call bell. We build flexibility into the design of our systems. In conclusion, our adaptable systems are capable in any situation. To ensure your safety, all of Intercall System’s products are UL® 1069 certified.
NURSE CALL SYSTEMS FOR HOSPITALS
DESIGNED TO FIT THE NEEDS OF ANY FACILITY
WHAT ARE NURSE CALL SYSTEMS?
A nurse call systems is a communication system for hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics. It allows patients in need of assistance to call for help. The patient’s call is usually accomplished by pushing a button. The nurse call button subsequently signals a patient call to the nurse call system master station and at duty stations in utility rooms. As a result, a nurse call light or corridor dome light outside the patient’s room lights to indicate the type of call.
WHY CHOOSE HOSPITAL NURSE CALL SYSTEM?
Hospital Nurse call system help patients get the help they need when they need it. Moreover, these systems are the primary form of communication between patients or residents, and staff. When patient satisfaction matters, you want to choose the best. Intercall is the leader in nurse call systems. With 50 years of experience, we lead in designing durable and simple systems that are highly efficient.
GET AN ALERT WHEN A PATIENT GETS OUT OF BED
BED EXIT ALARM
Patient stations offer a variety of features including a bed exit alarm. Notification at the nurse call station of a patient exiting their bed lessens the possibility of falls and injuries.
NURSE CALL SYSTEM
Speak directly to the patient from the nurse call system using a pillow speaker/nurse call button.
STAFF ASSIST / STAFF EMERGENCY / CODE BLUE
These types of calls will immediately alert nursing staff at the nurse call duty station.
Patient Stations have inputs that accept a connection to external devices, including vents and monitors to alert staff of an event.
SIDE RAIL COMMUNICATIONS
This is an option to connect a nurse call system to a bed with a side rail communication feature. This feature allows the patient to control the TV, lights, and call the nurse. Includes incoming audio from the nurse station.
NURSE CALL LIGHT / CALL SYSTEMS
Ordinarily, a corridor dome light installation is outside the patient’s rooms. In the case of a multi-bed room, the dome is found above each patient bed. Similarly, Dome lights are also present in intensive care to visually alert staff of a call in the room.
The corridor dome lights can have up to five colors to indicate the various types of calls. These call systems include normal call, toilet emergency, staff emergency/code blue, event alarm, service reminder, and more. The lights are steady or flashing.
NURSE CALL STATION DEVICES
Patient stations for our systems come in two basic models. For instance, we offer a single bed and a dual bed station (for use by two patients). In all, stations are available in 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-gang. Three and four-gang stations hold a collection of optional features, including code blue, service reminder, event detector, intercom through the pillow speaker. Bed exit alarm, status switch, and connections to beds with side rail communications are common features as well.
NURSE CALL STAFF STATION / NURSE CALL SYSTEMS FOR HOSPITALS
Our staff/duty and staff stations allow the staff to engage in two-way voice communications with the nurse call systems for hospitals. Examining rooms, day rooms, and other services or public areas will use these stations for communication between medical staff members and the master station.
Duty stations have audio/visual indicators for the presence of three different levels of calls in the system. These levels are normal, emergency, and staff emergency.
NURSE CALL BUTTON
We offer a variety of pendants. Which pendant to use depends on the facility and patient needs. Choices include a simple cord set push button or a pressure-sensitive cord set for limited mobility patients. Furthermore, pillow speakers are a possibility. Patients can call a nurse as well as control the TV and room lights with a pillow speaker.
The pillow speaker works in tandem with the patient station. It originates a call to the nurse control station and controls the TV and lights.
GERIATRIC CORD SETS
Geriatric cord sets are for patients who cannot hand operate a call switch. The pancake design is responsive to body pressure.
The push-button cord places a patient call through a patient station. The pendant is hand conforming for easy operation.
NURSE CALL EMERGENCY STATIONS
NURSE CALL PUSH BUTTON
NURSE CALL PULL CORD
Wall-mounted emergency pull cords and push-button stations are simple to use. For the various types of emergency levels, we offer a Push for Code Blue, Push for Help and Pull for Help.
NURSE CALL LIGHT /HOSPITAL NURSE CALL SYSTEM
LED CORRIDOR DOME LIGHTS
LED Corridor Dome lights are the hospital nurse call system’s basic visual signaling device. Dome lights show the presence, source, and urgency of patient calls in the corridors. In addition, dome lights come with or without a sounder.
It is common to mount a dome light above or next to the doorway of each patient room. However, domes assigned to a zone of rooms are installed at corridor intersections. The dome’s LEDs produce a bright light and tone to easily be seen as well as heard at great distances and under high-ambient lighting. In short, nurses and staff members quickly get to the source of the call. Furthermore, the LEDs clearly separate normal calls from emergency calls.