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The emergency communications systems and nurse call systems experts at Cornell Communications are constantly designing and implementing new technologies for outpatient medical clinics, senior and assisted living facilities, and buildings in need of emergency assistance systems. Our commitment to constant innovations and advancements means Cornell Communications maintains a position at the cutting edge of today’s emergency communications field. Check back often for new announcements and information about new Cornell Communications products.

Contact Cornell Communications experts today for more information about our high-quality Area of Rescue, Audio and Visual Nurse Communication Systems, and more.

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Cornell Communications Transforms Nurse Call Systems with Innovative Use of Multimedia Platform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Milwaukee (June 14, 2023) – Cornell announced its unique use of a Multimedia Engine to fundamentally improve the value and utility of nurse call systems for senior care communities. Cornell is the first company of its kind to build Session Initiation Protocol or SIP capability directly into its platform engine to accomm... Read Full Article

Cornell Communications Introduces New Nurse Call Capabilities and Expands Marketing and Sales Reach to Major Senior Care Providers

Milwaukee (October 6, 2022) – Cornell Communications recently announced an expanded feature set for its flagship nurse call solution, InformTM I A Mobile that transforms operational efficiency and financial return. In addition, to support its new product features and better serve the needs of major senior care providers, it has expanded its m... Read Full Article

6 Powerful Ways to Ensure Successful Adoption of New Technology

By Steve Moran We recently spent some time talking to JJ Johnson the CEO of Cornell Communication, a Senior Housing Forum Partner, about how senior living providers can turn new technology adoption into an amazingly positive experience for team members. He offered these 6 proven ideas: Sell them on the value of new technology. This is particul... Read Full Article

Stuff Happens, Which Is Why You Need This

By Pam McDonald I believe that every senior living community that purchases an emergency communications or nurse call system hopes they never have to use it. But, I’ve never known a single one that didn’t. Situations happen – from medical emergencies to accidents, to falls, to elopements, to the need to evacuate a building &nda... Read Full Article

Handheld Communications Device Is A Game-Changer for Emergency Call Systems

By Pam McDonald Steve Moran continues his Conversations video series by sitting down with JJ Johnson, Owner and CEO of Cornell Communications, one of Senior Housing Forum’s newest partners, to discuss the current state of emergency call systems. JJ begins by noting that Cornell is about to celebrate 50 years of developing, manufacturing an... Read Full Article

Call Systems: Now and in the Future

By Pam McDonald JJ Johnson, Owner and CEO of Cornell Communications, a Senior Housing Forum partner, tells Steve Moran in the Conversations video series what operators currently want most from emergency call systems. Steve and JJ also have a frank discussion about costs for these systems as well as how the Internet of Things is laying a path for t... Read Full Article

Is Your Community Suffering from Too Much Noise?

From: Senior Housing Forum Research shows that an important element in providing optimal person-centered care for a skilled nursing facility and assisted living residents is to enhance the environment in which they live. One way to do this is by reducing noise, which can be particularly troubling for those with dementia. There is little argument ... Read Full Article

How to Improve Staff Communication with Wireless Nurse Call Systems

Effective staff communication is essential to every type of business, but none more than the healthcare industry. In senior and assisted living and memory care centers, efficient communication and fast response times is essential to the wellbeing of residents. The InformTM I A Mobile wireless call system from Cornell makes it simple. Nursing staff... Read Full Article

Wander Management Systems for Senior Care and Dementia Patients

The Series 1000 Door Monitor System from Cornell Communications offers a unique combination of high quality construction and a wide range of customizable options to provide care facilities with the best dementia wander management systems available. Down to the last components, the Door Monitor Series 1000 from Cornell Communications has... Read Full Article

Schedule an AIA-Certified Webinar or In-Person Seminar (Lunch Provided)

Cornell now offers Lunch & Learn courses on the latest technologies and resources in the nurse call system industry, including wireless communication handsets. By completing these AIA-certified seminars, you’ll earn 1 continuing education credit (CEC) toward your AIA certificate. Contact us to learn about our similar program for the... Read Full Article

Meet Nursing Home Requirements with Cornell Systems

NFPA 99 & UL 1069 Nurse Call Equipment for Skilled Nursing Facilities Designing a new skilled nursing Facility? Upgrading an outdated nurse call system at a senior center? Whatever the building codes are in your area, Cornell supplies the NFPA 99 and ANSI/UL 1069 code-compliant nurse call and emergency communication systems you may need to pro... Read Full Article

3 Things to Consider When Choosing Area of Rescue Assistance Systems

Area of Refuge and Area of Rescue Assistance Components Your Hospital Needs There are strict guidelines for areas of rescue assistance and areas of refuge in multi-story buildings, such as hospitals. ADA requirements vary depending on the type of building, the type of sprinkler system in place (if any), and local construction regulations. Once yo... Read Full Article