Nurse Call System

What is a Nurse Call System?

A nurse call system is a very effective way to inform a team that help is needed in a medical emergency, enabling a coordinated response in accordance with your organization’s safety management strategy. Modern nurse call triggers and nurse call sirens from WTSS eliminate typical barriers to setting up and operating a nurse call system. They are simple to install, manage, and maintain by your own staff.

Through an internal RF module, each mesh radio frequency nurse call unit creates a wireless link with the rest of the system. The wireless safety alert system from WTSS utilizes a dedicated radio frequency and a long-range wireless network. The range of each nurse call station is around 400m to 1km, taking local obstacles into account.

The nurse call systems for clinics from WTSS don’t need repeaters to set up a network; each device only has to be in one another’s range. Safety is always your first priority thanks to the varied configuration options and improved dependability offered by these systems. But keep in mind that obstacles, such solid walls or floors, might interfere with a device’s communication. For system administration purposes, a TCU (touchscreen control unit) is necessary for a WTSS mesh nurse call system. For full system flexibility, an bbsmartphone app can also be added.

WTSS Nurse Call Systems

Solutions Particular to Clinics:

WTSS provides clinics with specialized nurse call systems that are designed to meet the demands of smaller healthcare facilities. Our adaptable solutions effortlessly fit into the architecture of your clinic, assuring efficient operations and improving patient care.

Hospital-Grade Solutions : 

WTSS offers sophisticated nurse call systems for hospitals and other major healthcare institutions to fulfill the needs of a busy healthcare environment. Our scalable systems include cutting-edge functions including staff management, location tracking, and analytics to maximize patient care delivery.

Wireless nurse call systems Mobility:

WTSS wireless nurse call systems free medical staff members from the limitations of conventional wired systems.

A more adaptable and responsive approach to patient care is possible thanks to wireless technology, which enables caregivers to respond to patient demands from anywhere in the institution.

A small amount of interruption to your current infrastructure is needed to implement and expand our wireless nurse call systems. Additionally, because they are scalable, you can quickly extend the system as your healthcare institution changes or grows.

Real-Time Reporting and Analytics

Patient calling systema from WTSS offers thorough reporting and analytics, allowing healthcare executives to track response times, pinpoint areas for development, and make data-driven choices to improve the quality of care.

Nurse Call Systems and Their Importance

Amplification of Communication : Excellent healthcare delivery depends on excellent communication. Quick response times and increased patient safety are made possible by nurse call systems for hospitals, which allow for continuous communication between patients and caregivers.

Improving Patient Satisfaction: Exceptional healthcare experiences depend on prompt attention to patient needs. Nurse call systems enable patients to simply seek help, which improves patient happiness and overall care quality.

Nurse call systems help healthcare professionals effectively prioritize work, coordinate patient care, and allocate resources. Real-time communication enables quicker reaction times, reduces pointless delays, and increases productivity.

Why Choose WTSS?

Whether you’re seeking for wireless nurse call systems and sirens for construction, nurse call systems for healthcare or senior living, or personal wearable nurse call triggers, you’ll appreciate that our systems are:

Simple to install; no need for specialist installation

Quick installation that included positioning, naming, and monitoring as well as connecting it to the rest of the network

No need to hard wire into the building; simple retrofit

Real-time data on the connection and power of each nurse call station are simple to handle.

composed of single-button alert cancellations and triggers

Reassuring wounded workers that the call has been sent and acknowledged by using two-way notifications

keeping detailed records of all events for analysis, reporting, and process improvement

Direct staff alerts are supported via an optional smartphone app and SMS messages.


A signal is delivered to a central monitoring station or a nurse’s portable device when a patient presses the call button. As soon as the nurse or other staff member learns of the notice, they may quickly aid the patient.

Yes, home healthcare facilities can make use of nurse call systems. These systems can be modified to meet the requirements of individuals receiving home healthcare. They provide patients a way to ask their family members or caretakers for help when they need it.

Based on patient needs, nurse call systems are able to produce several kinds of warnings. Depending on the patient’s health or requirements, these notifications may also include requests for immediate assistance, help using the restroom, prescription reminders, falls, or crises.

A typical nurse call system includes pull cords or call buttons at patient bedside, call lights in the hallway, staff portable devices or central monitoring stations, and occasionally intercoms for two-way communication. Wireless technology, connectivity with other hospital systems, and data analytics capabilities are all features of certain modern systems.

Yes, Nurse Call Systems may be tailored to fit the unique requirements of many healthcare settings, including clinics, nursing homes, hospitals, and assisted living facilities. The system may be set up to accommodate the layout, patient base, staff workflow, and communication preferences of the facility.

Modern nurse call systems are frequently made to interact with various hospital systems, including patient management systems, real-time location systems (RTLS), staff communication platforms, and electronic health records (EHRs). Integration enables smooth information transfer, effective work delegation, and thorough reporting.

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