With HJS close associations with the NHS, Nursing Homes and Public Buildings, Harrold-Jones Services have progressively built up our Nurse Call, Warden Call and DDA work.
The Advent XT is an alarm and communication system designed specifically for grouped housing schemes. All alarm call and activity data is stored on a local memory card, this data can be downloaded locally (or remotely via Broadband) and analyzed using additional software. The system also retains the alarm signaling capabilities of traditional warden call systems to ensure compatibility with existing Alarm Receiving Centres.
The Advent XT system can be expanded by adding a fully integrated door entry facility with true dual speech paths to ensure that door entry operation does not interrupt alarm handling.
HJS were chosen by the Wandsworth Group to install and commission an IPIN Nurse Call system within the newly built Queen Elizabeth Super Hospital in Birmingham.
IPIN is the latest development in nurse call and communications technology and is a fully IP based system from source to bed level, ensuring fast response to patients needs and flexibility to hospital and staff. Being on IP based system HJS installed a structured cabling system which is future proofed for further expansion with flexibility and reliability, providing the ability to be integrated with other disciplines such as CCTV, door access, paging and DECT phone technology.
The system allows for remote faulty diagnostics from any location, significantly reducing down time.
HJS allocated a senior member of staff to project manage the installation team over a 3 year period, the project had strict time constraints but was delivered to an extremely high standard on time.
HJS has extensive experience of DDA requirements many of our manufacturing partners have products specifically designed to meet Government guidelines, with our knowledge of the NHS environment we can offer solutions from entry into buildings to purpose built disabled facilities. DDA door entry panel (Braille, audio annunciation, motion detection), Handsets (inductive couplers, extension strobes), Ramps, automated doors, Disabled access lifts, Assisted bathrooms and toilets and Emergency call equipment.