Noble Hospital to Unveil New Patient Monitoring Systems Purchased With Proceeds from 2011 Noble Ball
Noble Hospital will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new patient monitoring systems purchased with the funds raised from the 2011 Noble Hospital Ball on Thursday, May 10th, 2012 at 9:30am in the Noble Hospital Surgical Center area. Noble Ball Co-Chairs Donald and Deanna Clark and Robert and Josephine Herrick will unveil the new equipment. Light refreshments will be available after the ribbon cutting.
In our quest to provide the best possible patient care, Noble Hospital is dedicated to updating equipment and using the latest technology. The new patient monitoring systems are made by Nihon Kohden America. The TR-6000 bedside monitors will be used in each of the treatment rooms in the Emergency Department, and will be connected to a central monitoring system in the nurses’ station in the center of the ED. With one or two touches, healthcare staff can gain access to the most important information to enables them to make a quicker assessment to treat and intervene appropriately, depending on the patient’s condition. These small bedside units are transportable, have internal memory storage, and are convenient for caretakers to use. Noble staff will be able to remotely monitor the patients, check statistics, and print reports as needed.
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