Push Button Stations
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Nurse Call Push Buttons
Our selection of nurse call buttons are designed for quality, durability and convenience. When patients in a hospital, clinic, nursing home, or senior living facilities need assistance from their caregivers, they can easily alert hospital staff for help with the push of a button or the flip of a switch. Our emergency nurse call buttons improve response times, providing a clear signal to the room requiring assistance. Hospital attendants simply follow the corridor lights to the patient in need. Whether the patient has fallen, suspects a heart attack, or needs help getting to the bathroom, a nurse is instantly notified, and the patient can be certain help is on the way.
Emergency Nurse Call Buttons Stations
Choose from our variety of bedside nurse call button systems and replacement parts. From push buttons to push on/twist off systems to toggle switches, our emergency and panic stations can be conveniently mounted to the wall within reach of the patient in case of a medical emergency. All the hospital nurse call buttons are compatible with our visual emergency system, sending a signal to an annunciator panel for nurses and hospital staff to see.
Bedside stations with call button activation are available in three standard designs. They will activate the normal call tone and associated lights. The B-111 has a single call cord jack, the B-122 has two call cord jacks, while the B- 113 has a push button on the plate. A call is placed by using the SW-110 call cord or removal of the cord in emergency situations, or (on the B-113) by pushing the “push for help” button.
All stations have: LED indicator lights; call cancel buttons, silk-screened lettering; screw terminal, wire connectors; and stainless steel, single gang faceplates.