Nurse Call Systems Available Now for COVID-19 Expansion Facilities
Within the last few weeks, Jeron nurse call has been installed at the McCormick Place convention center in Chicago converting it into the largest temporary healthcare facility in the U.S. Jeron nurse call has also been installed in many other facilities including the expansion area at Coler Specialty Hospital in New York City, unused buildings in the Warehouse and SoDo Districts in Seattle, and also into previously empty skilled nursing facilities in California.
Supporting these new or expanded temporary healthcare facilities, Jeron has ready-to-ship nurse call systems which give patients the ability to call a caregiver using a button or cord within reach of them at all times. Jeron is working with their local low voltage installing distributors, city and state agencies, and FEMA to quickly add mission critical nurse to thousands of beds in these facilities.
"We are fortunate enough to be a U.S. Manufacturer with the capability to produce and ship nurse call communication equipment quickly, said Sean Doherty, Jeron's National Sales Manager. We are shipping and installing through our network of nationwide distributors, sometimes within days. Everyone is working together to get our nurse call kits up and running in a fast and diligent manner as we are following health agencies guidelines."
Jeron's emergency pre-packaged nurse call systems are ready to go with the following features and components:
ABOUT JERON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, INC: A leader in communications systems for the healthcare and life safety industries, Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. is the engineering and manufacturing force behind Provider Nurse Call and Pro-Alert Area of Rescue Systems. Jeron products are engineered and manufactured in the USA. For more information please visit, https://jeron.com/