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NORRIS ELECTRONICS Pvt Ltd

Street Address: V/253 H4,, ANNAMANADA P O, ANNAMANADA, V/253 H4,, KRISHNAMENON SQUARE, THRISSUR

City: THRISSUR

Province/State: Kerala

Country: India

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Business Details: Norris Electronics Pvt. Ltd. is a company based in India, with over 7 years of experience in Power Electronics and Microcontroller based Embedded System design. The company has gained expertise in providing customized solutions to clients in the Health Care & Hospitality sector. The company's focus on delivering advanced devices has enabled it to provide innovative solutions to meet the unique challenges of the respective industries.

Business Type: Manufacturing Sector

Keywords: NURSE CALL SYSTEM, NURSE CALLING SYSTEM, TOKEN SYSTEM, TOKEN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, QUEUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, HOTEL AUTOMATION SYSTEM, MEDICAL TROLLEY

Office Location: Kerala

Nurse Call System
  • Category: Electronic Products and Components
  • Keywords: Nurse Call System Call Bell System Nurse Calling System Nurse Call Alarm
  • Manufacturer Name: Norris Electronics
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  • Price: ₹10,000

Description

Welcome to Norris Nurse Calling System, a cutting-edge solution for healthcare facilities that enables patients to easily and quickly call for assistance from their nurses. Our innovative technology streamlines communication between patients and healthcare providers, improving patient satisfaction and enhancing overall healthcare outcomes. Our nurse calling system is designed to be intuitive and easy to use, allowing patients to call for help at the touch of a button. The system includes a range of features such as customizable call buttons, room indicators, and audible alarms to ensure that nurses are alerted promptly when patients require assistance. With our system, patients can easily request assistance when they need it, which can help to improve their overall satisfaction with their care. Our system streamlines communication between patients and nurses, reducing the need for nurses to make rounds, which can increase staff productivity and improve the quality of care.