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Telcom & Data Introduces Scitec Disposable Hospital Phones for Enhanced Disease Control
Date:3/20/2013

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

Disease control is a primary issue for all hospitals and facilities of care. One of the CDC’s top goals is to reduce bacterial infections by preventing disease transmission in healthcare settings. Telcom & Data, a leader in business phone systems, is pleased to introduce Scitec disposable phones as a disease transmission solution. The telephones allow facility staff to install a new bedside phone for each patient. In addition to the benefit of reduced disease transmission risk, the telephones reduce cleaning time and repair costs.

Scitec’s telephones are simple, affordable, and get the job done. The units feature a big-button lighted dial pad and a volume control key. A side-mounted data port provides access for laptops and other devices. The units are desk, wall, and bedrail mountable. Users can choose from one-piece and slim line phone styles, as well as the popular side-mount bedrail holder.

When Ricardo Trinidad, President of Telcom & Data was asked about Scitec’s healthcare offerings, he said, “Scitec disposable phones allow us to serve the healthcare industry in a unique way by contributing to disease control. On top of that, the units are affordable and provide all the features necessary for exceptional patient service.”

For more information about Scitec healthcare facility phones, visit Telcom & Data’s website or call 1-800-335-0229.

About Telcom & Data:
Since 1996 Telcom & Data has been providing thousands of telecommunication solutions to organizations around the world to measurably improve communications. The company is a leading provider of video conferencing equipment, business phone systems, and mass notification products. Telcom & Data maintains a network of over 1500 technicians with locations in Chicago, Milwaukee and Miami.

About Scitec:
Scitec line-powered business telephones deliver cutting-edge telephony features at economy pricepoints. From SOHO, and SMB applications to larger Enterprise business, government, military or school applications, Scitec offers a full line of Caller ID and non-Caller ID telephone solutions.

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