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Waiting Room Doctors Call System

Waiting Room Doctors Call System

The Digital Patient Management System is unique as it brings together in one package many of the low voltage electronic systems required in a modern health centre or GP surgery.

It combines a patient call system with a panic alarm system; solid state voice announcement; receptionist public address system; disabled WC panic alarms; background music input; wait/enter indicators and an output to induction hearing loops.

It fully complies with the Disability Discrimination Act and it meets the NHS patient confidentiality directive. The system is available in wired, wired/radio and radio only versions.  

  • Multiple Patients Per Room
  • Inform your Clients - Easily
  • Modular Based - Expand as Required
  • Interface to Music or PA Systems

Waiting Room Doctors Call System

The waiting room display panel enables the patients to take themselves into the doctor when the display shows their number and the doctor's room number. The unit will serve 99 rooms and 99 patients per room. A 'ding dong' tone is sounded when the display changes. A speaker is included for background music and public address announcements.

Additionally a printer can be attached to the system to print out patient tickets in order, the printer can be positioned on the patient side of the receptionist desk for the patients to take the ticket, or it can be located on the reception desk for the receptionist to tear off and hand to the patient.  

Receptionist Master Console

Waiting Room Doctors Call System

Receptionist Master Console

This unit is used to monitor the system, identify the location of staff panic alarms, issue patient tickets and to make public address announcements.

A panic button and microphone are included as standard. When used as part of a receptionist controlled system, the ticket issue facility is not required.

Digital Consulting Room Desk

Digital consulting room desk unit with staff panic button This unit allows the doctor to select which patient to call from the waiting room. A panic button is included as standard. If required an over door lamp can be controlled from this unit or a wait/enter indicator located outside the door, very useful for treatment & nurses rooms. Optional microphone facility is available.


Panic Buttons

Waiting Room Doctors Call System

Staff Panic Button - Wall Mounted

Panic only wall units can be fitted to rooms where staff are alone with members of the public.

Pressing either red button will initiate a panic alarm and identify which room is calling. This unit can be supplied as a portable battery unit, with desk standing versions available.

This lightweight portable panic/assist button unit is ideal for nurses who work away from fixed panic buttons.

Portable Staff Panic Button

The portable panic button can be worn clipped to the belt or pocket. Pressing the Call Assist button will initiate a low level call for assistance.

Pressing the Panic button will initiate a panic alarm and indicate on the receptionist control unit which unit is calling. This unit can be programmed to identify the room number where the nurse is working. Wall or desk mounting holsters are available.


Wait and Enter Indicator

Waiting Room Doctors Call System

Wait/enter units are very useful for treatment rooms, examination rooms and interview rooms.

The units are controlled from the consulting room desk unit. When the room is occupied the red lamp is illuminated and when vacant the green lamp is lit.

A buzzer sounds each time the lamps are switched.

Corridor Flags

Usually installed along corridors and extremely useful for assisting patients to find their way to the correct consulting room. Non-Illuminated versions are also available

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Waiting Room Doctors Call System

Existing Systems

EDS can maintain any type of existing system, providing on-site and workshop repairs to any make of systems. With a large stockholding of spare parts we can turn around repairs rapidly.

Routine Maintenance

Regular maintenance is fundamental to ensure your systems operate as effectively as when they were first installed, we are able to provide competitive quotation for maintenance of new and any type of existing system.

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