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Motorola Two-Way Radio Call Boxes & VCS

Citizens Call Box

The challenge: Communicate with and Secure Remote Locations With over 1,300 employees and patients and visitors visiting the 12 acre campus daily, Citizens Medical Center needed a reliable way to communicate with and secure the most remote locations 24 hours a day. We needed a system that was assessable, easy to use, and did not require additional personnel, added Jones. The Solution: Motorola Two-Way Radio Call Boxes Citizens Medical Center turned to a trusted partner the hospital had worked with before: Victoria Communication Services (VCS). Listening to the hospital’s needs, VCS, through a relationship with Motorola, proposed the Motorola Two-Way Radio Call Boxes.

The Solution: Motorola Two-Way Radio Call Boxes Citizens Medical Center turned to a trusted partner the hospital had worked with before: Victoria Communication Services (VCS). Listening to the hospitals needs, VCS, through a relationship with Motorola, proposed the Motorola Two-Way Radio Call Boxes.

Result: Added Safety and Communication at Citizens Medical Center's Remote Locations VCS Installed Motorola Call Boxes throughout the employee and visitor parking areas. The call boxes serve as added safety in the case of emergency. Built-in voice chips give audible instructions to users requiring assistance, and each unit has an automatic Call Box ID and location identifier so responding personnel can provide immediate aid. The Call Boxes are user Friendly, with a push of a button there is communication from a remote area to the hospital, says Jones.

The Call Boxes are cost-effective to operate and maintain. Call for assistance is transmitted wirelessly to both the hospital's security department and the PBX operator simultaneously using in-place personal. The Call Boxes operate on a 12 volt battery, charged and recharged from a solar panel located on top of the call box

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