Wandsworth Healthcare has been specified to provide Spire Healthcare, a leading private hospital group, with an advanced Wandsworth Healthcare IP Nurse Call system – IPiN Evolution.
Spire Healthcare’s new state-of-the hospital is currently under construction in West Didsbury, South Manchester. Due for completion in early 2017, the 90-bed hospital is being built on Siemens’ Princess Parkway site. The new hospital replaces the existing Spire Manchester Hospital that is located in Whalley Range.
Spire Manchester Didsbury Hospital
The hospital has specified Wandsworth Healthcare’s technologically advanced IPiN Evolution, IP nurse call system. A dynamic solution that future-proofs hospital infrastructure through its capability to add, remove or re-route services, whether offered by Wandsworth Healthcare or third party providers.
The IPiN Evolution is the latest nurse call system from Wandsworth, whose continued investment and development of healthcare solutions – focused on providing better patient experience and improving staff effectiveness through simpler and more efficient ways to work – has seen their IP nurse call system selected for major hospital developments including the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre and Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
The newly constructed hospital will be the flagship within the Spire Healthcare portfolio, that currently consist of 38 hospitals across the country, as it will be equipped to undertake highly complex surgery and medicine through a large and fully functioning Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU) along with a diagnostic and imagery equipment.
Adam Sherry Wandsworth Healthcare MD commented “We are delighted to be supplying this state of art hospital with our IP nurse call system. The IPiN Evolution is the most advanced IP nurse call system in the market, so fits perfectly with the hospital being constructed by Spire Healthcare”