Modern emergency and care communication systems for senior living, medical buildings, schools, and multi-story properties.
Smart. Easy. Future proof.
Inform Mobile Nurse Call System
Inform is a mobile nurse call system providing families proof their loved ones' needs are met. inform:
inform is now iOS and Android compatible!
Emergency Call Systems for Assisted Living & Senior Care
Wired and Wireless Communication to Save Lives and Improve Care
Reliable communication is essential in emergency situations, such as when a patient or resident suspects a heart attack, has fallen, or is unable to evacuate the building due to limited mobility. Our state-of the art systems give patients or residents and their families peace of mind knowing a caregiver is on hand at the push of a button. These intuitive systems are easy to use for both patients and staff.
inform Mobile Nurse Call
Help is more than pendants, lights and pagers
Cornell's all new, award winning inform mobile nurse call system is revolutionizing the industry one person at a time. inform features two-way communications, complete mobile functionality, an easy to use interface and comprehensive tracking & reporting. Use inform to:
- Improve response times
- Provide RTLS
- Maximize staff efficiency
- Maximize resident care
inform's smartphone interface reduces the need for noisy alarms and distracting lights, creating a more relaxed environment for residents and staff alike. View our inform system overview to learn more.
Visual Nurse Call Systems
Time tested - Industry approved
Cornell's 4000 Series nurse call system provides better care at assisted living communities, outpatient medical centers, hospitals, senior care communities and memory care communities. With over 40 years of experience, the nurse call system manufacturers at Cornell are the leading resource for:
Use inform or Cornell's wireless nurse call pendants to upgrade your new or existing system into a wireless nurse call system.
Emergency Call System Design & Manufacturing
Superior emergency call systems from concept to installation
Skilled care residences, assisted living centers, and other healthcare clinics rely on the nurse call system manufacturers at Cornell. Whether you’re looking to include state-of-the-art equipment in a new building construction or update your existing system, turn to Cornell for:
We guarantee your system will prioritize resident safety, maximize staff efficiency and meet all local building codes all without breaking your budget.
Area of Refuge Systems
A lifeline without the cords
Area of refuge systems from Cornell provide a method for elderly residents, disabled individuals, or persons with limited mobility to call for help in an emergency, such as a fire when elevator egress is not available. With two systems available and a team of expert engineers on call, an area of rescue (ARA) system from Cornell is sure to keep people safe without getting in the way. Trust Cornell for:
Each state has their own building codes, so understanding area of refuge requirements by state can be a challenge. Cornell is here to ensure your area of refuge system meets local codes.
Cornell has earned a reputation as a trusted strategic partner, with more than
emergency and care communication management systems deployed across senior living, outpatient medical buildings, schools, universities, and multi-story properties.
The Cornell Vision
At Cornell Communications we continually find better ways to connect people with care. We have innovative, intuitive and flexible solutions that create great communication management systems.
- JJ Johnson, CEO, Cornell Communications
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way to give care with technology, smart ways to spend dollars allocated. Why wouldn't you buy a system that can help in so many different ways?"
- Theresia Metz, The Living Center
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