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With the majority of the UK’s acute hospitals and many overseas already having invested in a SSG nurse call system, the company has developed two attack alarm solutions which use exactly the same technology platform, allowing existing infrastructure, mobile and indicating devices to be multi-purposed.
At a time when hospitals are having to optimise the use of available resources and in many cases quickly expand equipment provided at the patient bedside, Static Systems' Lnx™ interface system offers an easy to set-up and cost-effective solution.
Replacement patient hand units with Biomaster are now available for SSG's legacy nurse call solutions.
SSG dramatically boosts production capacity to meet demand for Aspire SmartSync® wireless nurse call during Covid-19 outbreak.
To support trusts during the Covid-19 outbreak SSG introduces Ultima Lite™, a full-IP nurse call solution in a box which serves up to 30 patient beds.
Healthcare communications tech specialist, Static Systems Group, plays its part in the fight against Covid-19.
Static Systems Group host local IHEEM breakfast meeting with discussions centering around smart hospitals, ward design and collaborative working.
We were delighted to welcome visitors from China to our Design & Innovation Centre in order to discuss 'smart hospitals' and strengthen the co-operation between our two countries.
SSG has been appointed to upgrade the nurse call and bedhead services trunking in Ward C5 at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. The ward is set to become the first in the country to benefit from Vistr Headwall®
SSG appointed to design, supply and install the fire alarm and management system at the new Royal Papworth Hospital, a state-of-the-art specialist heart and lung hospital situated adjacent to Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
SSG has designed, installed and commissioned a full end-to-end open protocol IP nurse call system for Spire Nottingham Hospital - one of the UK’s leading independent hospital groups.
Demonstrating our continued commitment to offering world-class manufacturing capabilities here in the UK, we recently invested over £300k in the very latest surface mount component placement technology.