Visual Nurse Call System
Wired Call System Model 4000
With Cornell’s 4000 Series nurse call system residents easily request staff assistance using a call cord, pull cord, or push button wired call stations, directly communicating with the master staff station monitor along with visual corridor room and zone lights.
Resident call communication can be enhanced via either text messages to pocket pagers with our IndePendant system or full integration to our mobile handsets with our informed comprehensive staff communication and activity tracking system.
Cornell’s nurse call systems provide better resident care at:
- Assisted Living Communities
- Outpatient Medical Facilities
- Senior Care Facilities
- Memory Care Facilities
Visual Nurse Call System
- Wired Emergency Call Response
- Connects with Future-proof Tech
- Custom System Sizing
Nurse Call System Design
Cornell’s engineering team helps you get the most out of your nurse call system design by assessing your environment and long-term objectives. Whether you’re redesigning an existing property or building a new one our engineers help you design the perfect call system for your medical facility. Our engineering team will:
- Identify & recommend technical decisions to reduce costs, increase user productivity, and maximize the care level provided
- Design and implement the right call station options for you & your residents
- Offer hands-on training for staff
- Offer ongoing technical support
Cornell nurse call systems give you the power to track calls and administer care whether your facility has 20 or 2,000 beds. Call stations including call cords, push buttons and pull cords are easy to use for residents. Staff easily are notified of the needs thanks to corridor mounted lights with up to six different display conditions.
Cornell’s 4000 Series Visual Nurse Call System uses simple components and can be customized to fit any facility. Calls are addressed in three steps:
- Someone Requests Assistance Using a Call Station: pressing a call cord button or pulling the cord of a string station and activating the call station.
- Calls are then communicated to the staff: an annunciator panel will light up indicating the location of the call and emit a tone indicating an emergency or a normal call. In addition room, corridor, and zone lights along with duty stations assist with the location.
- Staff Address the Call: Staff addresses the call quickly, using the corridor lights to locate and identify the issue at a glance.
The 4000 Series nurse call system works using five main components:
- A Nurse Call Annunciator: A single, wall-mounted annunciator panel capable of monitoring up to 48 individual zones. Large facilities can combine more than one annunciator.
- Call Stations: Mix and match call cord, push button, and string pull cord stations to find the right fit for your facility.
- A Corridor Light Fixture: Light fixture above the entryway to the room where the call was placed.
- Control Module: Generates two different signals to distinguish between emergency calls and regular calls for assistance.
- A 24VDC Power Supply: Powers the system.