New health centre in Surrey features ADT Nursecall system

ADT, nurse call system
The ADT Nursecall system in the new Cranleigh Health Centre delivers a range of services.

ADT Fire & Security has installed its Medicall 800 Nursecall system at the new Cranleigh Health Centre in Surrey. The system was specified by EIC and includes staff attack, double panic buttons and disabled WC alarm equipment. It will enable staff to respond to patient calls quickly and efficiently throughout the new building.

This £5.5 million facility houses the village’s health visitors and district nurses. It facilities include 19 consulting rooms (12 for doctors and seven for nurses), three treatment rooms and a minor-surgery room. It replaces an outdated building, which has been demolished.

The Medicall 800 Nursecall system provides numerous call functions, direct communication options, different answer variants and interfaces to other electronic systems. Richard Sansom, senior project engineer with EIC, says, ‘The fact that ADT was able to deliver multiple systems was a huge advantage for us and one that really simplified the installation process.’

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