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Hospitals are generally large with sophisticated communication requirements. Fast and effective communication solutions are paramount in a hospital among staff that are generally being called from one part of the premises to another. Without two way radio communication that is fast, effective and reliable this job becomes almost impossible.
Health and safety among staff and patients is paramount when it comes to healthcare facilities. Lynn Communications understands this, hence the reason we provide onsite surveys and extensive coverage testing to ensure 100% coverage. This is achieved through repeaters and antenna distribution systems. Handheld digital radios and accessories from Motorola or Kenwood are a suitable option. With the ability to incorporate GPS, man down, lone worker, text messaging and fire alarm panel integration it makes it ideal when paired with a software based solution like Trbonet for Motorola or the KAS 10/KAS 20 for Kenwood.
This software can handle all radio traffic and saves precious time by finding a free channel automatically during periods of high demand. Another benefit of this software is that it can be monitored 24/7 365 by security or management to ensure someone is always there to receive a call or emergency.
Contact our expert team today to discuss what solution works best for your premises.
In these unprecedented times, Lynn Communications are proud to be able to do our bit to help support the Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore. We have been supplying the hospital with two way radios for over 10 years so when management contacted us to say that the extra demand being placed on services right now had created a need to ramp up its on-site communications we were only happy to help.
With social distancing in place as well as higher than normal patient volumes the existing two way radio system had become under strain. The brief was simple they wanted the staff using two way radios to communicate more often to minimize the amount of movement required around the hospital.Read More