Secure Care: Hospital and Senior Care Solutions
Infant Security, Wander Monitoring, Mobile Application, and Real Time Location Systems (RTLS)
For over 35 years, Secure Care Products, LLC has been a leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and service of specialty electronic infant security and wandering patient and resident protection products for hospitals, assisted living facilities, long-term care providers, and sub-acute facilities to assist in minimizing risk to the loved ones entrusted to their care. Our continually expanding and innovative Healthcare Solutions and Senior Care Solutions provide essential protection for patients, residents, family members, staff, visitors and assets using our KinderGUARD® infant security system, MatchMAKER® mother-baby matching system, Door GUARDIAN™ Wandering Resident Solution, as well as our new ENVisionIT™ real-time location system (RTLS). Secure Care takes great pride in providing exceptional service and support and we strive to produce the highest quality products to aid our international and national customer base in order to create a safe environment for patients and residents while maximizing workflow efficiencies to ensure your facility’s staff can remain focused on providing exceptional care.
If you are in search of infant security, wandering management and/or RTLS product lines for your healthcare or senior care facility, we welcome you to explore our site to learn more about our product lines. You may also call us toll free in the United States at 1.800.451.7917 or internationally at +1.603.223.0745 to speak with a representative from our Sales Team. Or please submit a request for a customized security solution.
RTLS Technology is a Useful Tool in Improving Long Term Care (LTC) Resident-to-Resident Elder Security
Learn more by watching this short video: Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) can greatly enhance patient safety by providing the ability to quickly locate at-risk patients
Or reading our blog: According to research published in the June 2016 edition of Annals of Internal Medicine, one in five nursing home residents have experienced abuse by other residents.