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Developer of Mobile Hospital Computing Equipment and Medical Carts Helps Hospital Upgrade to Wireless

Leading hospital mobile computing solutions provider recognized by one of the most "wired" hospitals in the U.S.

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) July 14, 2008 -- Artromick provides accurate and efficient medication management solutions with the latest mobile hospital computing and medical cart equipment. In today's demanding world of health care, hospitals, like Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital, have found a capable partner in Artromick.

The 375-bed facility in Parkersburg, WV took a monumental step forward several months ago when it contracted with Artromick, a nationally recognized manufacturer of medication carts, mobile hospital computing solutions carts and medical carts.
CCMH, which is recognized as one of the top 100 "most wired" hospitals in the U.S., as well as one of the top 25 "most wireless" hospitals in the nation, had begun using mobile hospital computing carts about six years ago.

Recently, Artromick was chosen by CCMH officials to replace its aged hospital equipment, which was bulky, cumbersome and simply out-of-date.

Artromick's healthcare technology has enabled CCMH to use mobile hospital computing carts at the bedside, which provide additional area for charting that is decentralized from the nursing station and the capability of readily accessible information in a timely manner - benefits recognized by CCMH officials.

"It improves efficiency by allowing one-time documentation at bedside rather than once at bedside than again at the nursing station," CCMH nursing informatics analyst Kerry Cottrell emphasized.
Artromick's technology, she added, is a time saver for CCMH nurses, allowing them to quickly access information over the wireless network without having to save their charting until a computer is available at a nursing station.

Cottrell also said the Artromick mobile computing medical carts are ergonomically efficient and adjustable, easy to move and control, and have a better, more easily rechargeable battery life than those of previous carts used at the West Virginia hospital.

Since 1972, Artromick has provided innovative medication handling systems to hospitals and long-term care facilities, all aimed at improving nurse efficiency, ensuring medication compliance and improving patient safety.

Today, Artromick continues to develop evolutionary mobile computing solutions forge the future of point-of-care data management. With the strategic guidance and capital support of Sterling Partners, Artromick is pursuing an aggressive product development schedule to redefine mobile computing within hospitals and extended care facilities.

The goal of this product development initiative is to create new opportunities for improved patient care through the advancement of nursing workflow efficiency and reliable share information management.

Contact information:

Todd Ross
Artromick International, Inc.
4800 Hilton Corporate Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43232
info @

About Artromick International, Inc.
Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Artromick develops and markets a comprehensive line of mobile computing carts, medication control systems and healthcare technology solutions for long-term and acute care providers worldwide. For more information, please contact Artromick at (800) 848-6462 or visit

About Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital
Based in Parkersburg, WV, Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital is a 375-bed facility that has been recognized as a leader in both wireless and wired hospital technology. For more information, please contact CCMH at (304) 424-2296 or visit


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