Oklahoma Surgical Hospital Utilizes Critical Alert Nurse Call System to Help Improve Patient Care & Response Times
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Critical Alert Systems, a leading provider of patient communications solutions for hospitals and health systems, today announced that the Oklahoma Surgical Hospital in Tulsa, OK recently expanded its Nurse Call System to help improve patient care & response times in the hospital’s Cath Lab and ICU units. The hospital already uses Critical Alert’s Nurse Call System in its Pre-Op/Post Op, Med Surg, and MRI/Imaging units.
“Providing optimum patient care is our top priority, which we achieve in part by effectively utilizing technology to improve our systems and processes,” stated Carolyn Dodson, Director of Strategic Development at Oklahoma Surgical Hospital. “Critical Alert’s Nurse Call System plays an important role in our ability to deliver timely patient care by helping to optimize our workflow and response times.”
About Oklahoma Surgical HospitalOklahoma Surgical Hospital (OSH) provides services for most surgical procedures including orthopedics, neurosurgery, general surgery, colorectal, breast, gynecology, urology, ENT, cardiology, and plastic surgery. OSH also operates the Institute for Robotic Surgery, Pain Management Center, Imaging Center, Endoscopy Center, Center for Radiation Oncology, Cath Lab, Sleep Center and Physical Therapy Center. OSH is licensed for 75 beds, operates 20 operating rooms, and employs over 500 individuals. OSH is one of only 84 hospitals in the country to receive a 5-star rating by Medicare. For more info, visit: http://oklahomasurgicalhospital.com/
About Critical Alert Systems Critical Alert Systems offers the most advanced, easy-to-use, reliable and secure Patient Communications and Nurse Call solutions on the market. The company’s portfolio of software, hardware products and integrated partner offerings help hospitals drive down costs while improving their quality of care. Our focus on clinical productivity, innovative use of technology and patient safety leads to quieter, more efficient units, improved outcomes for patients and better utilization of nursing resources. For more information, visit: www.nursecall.com. Follow Critical Alert on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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