Safe Place also allows the hospital's staff to generate a variety of customized reports to help reduce alarms and to be ready for Joint Commission reviews at the touch of a button.
Staff education and training were conducted over a one-week period with follow-up training 90 days later. Practice abduction drills also took place. As time goes on, the hospital will have additional practice abduction drills so its staff maintains its familiarity with the system.
"It's a comprehensive security system that provides peace of mind," stated Sonnentag. "During install and since installation, RF Technologies has really maintained that very high level of customer service. To me, the measure of real success is how a company handles the training of the weekend and off shifts. Its staff truly became part of our staff during training, it couldn't have gone more smoothly," stated Sonnentag.
Teams up to offer ACLS OB course
In order to assist its nurses as well as others in the area, ProHealth Care has partnered with RF Technologies to provide an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certification course, which has been developed with OB nurses in mind. The course was held August 12-14 at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.
Through the two-day course, a nurse is certified and receives an AHA ACLS Provider card. An optional third day offers attendees an opportunity to receive ACLS Instructor certification. RF Technologies has partnered with the clinical instruction team from St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center of Boise, Idaho, to provide the actual training.
For additional information on this course, contact Kathie Vick, Marketing Communications Manager, RF Technologies, 800-669-9946 Ext. 5179.
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