Every customer comes to us with a specific challenge—and it can take many forms. From keeping pace with new construction as additional hospital beds are needed in a busy metropolitan hospital to providing an affordable solution for keeping Alzheimer’s patients safe and secure in a suburban long-term care facility. And often, it’s the integration of several technology solutions that are designed to streamline workflow and improve patient care.


Anne Arundel Medical Center
This century-old institution, now located in a sprawling, modern 10-acre campus, added a seven-story tower to its modern campus and turned to SymTech Solutions to install a nurse call system. That turned out to be just the beginning.
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Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
With a 17-year tradition as one of US News and Word Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals”, TJU has a reputation to uphold. With 43,000 admissions and 5,000 staff members, patient-staff communication is a key to the hospital’s success.
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Susque-View Home
When replacement parts for a discontinued nurse call system became scarce, this skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Pennsylvania knew it was time to bring its healthcare communications into the 21st century.
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Heritage Towers
A unit of Wesley Enhanced Living, Heritage Towers places a high premium on the care of its elderly patients. Its emergency call system had outlived its usefulness and it was time for an upgrade.
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