Two-way radio communications are widely in use in the healthcare sector supporting patient care, enhancing staff safety, ensuring security and improving the efficient management of facilities.
It provides instant communication in voice or data to individuals, departments or groups and offers a practical and reliable solution in healthcare environments, whether surgeries, health centres or hospitals.
Management, Security, Maintenance, Portering, Domestics, Catering, Estate and Cleaning teams can all use radio communications to improve operational efficiency and performance within a safe working environment.
Larger sites, would typically employ a trunked digital radio communications system accommodating multiple user groups all linked to a resource management dispatch and event logging programme where tasks are prioritised and dispatched via text message or voice and tracked through all key stages to completion. Integrated systems, like the NEXEDGE® digital system operating with CARPS applications installed at the new 708 bed Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield demonstrate just how flexible, effective and accountable a state-of-the art communications system can be.
Kenwood hand portable walkie talkies conform to MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G for ruggedness and durability and are IP54/55 Water & Dust Intrusion rated, making them equally ideal for operation in a variety of demanding environments.
Today, in addition to its NEXEDGE® fully scalable digital systems, Kenwood can offer dPMR and DMR digital solutions alongside the latest ProTalk digital license-free PMR446 radios featuring digital/analogue mixed mode and ProTalk DECT fully duplex digital wireless intercom systems.
Kenwood digital two-way radio communications systems can be found operating in healthcare applications around the world including the Lithuanian Ambulance Service, Pinderfields and Pontefract hospitals in Yorkshire, The Williamson Medical Centre, USA and St Michaels Hospital in Toronto, Canada.