Nurse Call Systems
Installation & Design in Tennessee, Arkansas & Mississippi
State Systems, Inc. understands the communication challenges that face today’s healthcare industry. Healthcare facility managers are faced with challenging task of handling heavy patient loads while managing critical time frames and strict compliance mandates. We know that healthcare facilities need a nurse call system that is reliable, efficient in operation and flexible enough to meet the changing demands of staff and patients. That’s why we are a proud distributor of the Rauland Responder line of nurse call systems and products. Rauland Responder nurse call systems are top-of the line nurse call systems, designed to meet the communication needs of any hospital and extended or assisted living facility.
Rauland is a division of AMETEK, Inc.
Contact State Systems, Inc. today if you are looking for full service design, installation, and maintenance of a nurse call system in your healthcare facility located in the Mid-South.
Nurse Call Systems for Acute Care Facilities
State Systems, Inc. is proud to be a trusted distributor of Rauland-Borg Responder 5 nurse call systems in the Mid-South. Responder 5 can manage calls across departments for staff that is centralized, decentralized or a mix of both. These systems are capable of flexible integrations with real-time locating systems, wireless phones and pagers and EMR databases, so your staff can receive the information they need in one, efficient step.
Through leading wireless communication capabilities, Responder 5 call systems allow physicians and nurses direct access to their patients and internal units while maintaining mobility across multiple areas. This increases staff productivity and eliminates the need for overhead paging, which significantly reduces noise and promotes a stress-free healing environment.
Nurse Call Systems for Senior Housing and Assisted Living Facilities
State Systems, Inc. also offers a quality, flexible solution for efficient and reliable nurse call systems in senior housing and assisted living facilities, the Rauland Responder 5000 nurse call system. Responder 5000 offers many, if not all, of the features of acute-care communications systems, including the capability of integrating with telephone systems and patient wandering/door exit systems.
Responder 5000 is very customizable with a wide range of speech and non-speech room stations, offering voice and non-voice options, as well as traditional code blue and push for help. You can tailor the components of the system to your needs with a whole menu of accessories such as pillow speakers, LED light corridors and call cords.
Nurse Call System Installation Services in TN, AR & MS
Our nurse call technicians can help design the ideal nurse call system for your healthcare facility located in the Mid-South. With our experience and knowledge of the technological solutions for the health care industry, we can help design, install, maintain, test and repair your nurse call system. For more information about nurse call system services or for a quote, please call State Systems, Inc. or click here to contact us today!
We offer Rauland nurse call systems installation services in the following counties:
Arkansas (AR): Crittenden, Cross, Lee, Phillips, and St. Francis
Mississippi (MS): Alcorn, Benton, Bolivar, Calhoun. Coahoma, Clay, DeSoto, Lafayette, Lee, Lowndes, Marshall, Panola, Pontotoc, Prentis, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tippa, Tishomingo, Tunica, Union, Webster, Yalobusha
Tennessee (TN): Crockett, Dyer, Fayette, Gibson, Hardeman, Haywood, Lake, Lauderdale, Obion, Shelby, Tipton
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State Systems’ expertise has saved us thousands of dollars on the front end of a project and has ensured the satisfaction of our customers upon…Brian S. Haines Read More