Digital Signage For Health Care

Keep patients informed with critical information and health advice

With numerous and often separated waiting areas and public thoroughfares, the health care sector is a prime example of where digital signage can be used to improve communication with visitors, replacing unmaintained and uninviting noticeboards with engaging dynamic displays that are easy to update with messages for specific areas and viewers.

Hospitals, Medical Centres & Dentists - whether public or private all need to keep their patients informed about the status of their visit, supplemented by health advice and messages.

Theme Based

Easy to use themes give your screens an effortless professional look and feel without the need for design or graphics skills.

Easy to Use

Point, Click, Type. Easy to use interface even for basic computer users, yet powerful and function rich for enterprise users.

Flexible & Scalable

Add additional screens as required, simple to scale from 1 screen to 100 or more. Manage screens all at once, in groups or individually.

What's the story?

The possibilities for your content are as many and varied as the students that will see it. Here are some examples of usage and information you could soon be distributing too.

  • Introduce staff and services
  • Notify visitors of waiting times
  • Patient calling and registration
  • Directional and wayfinding information
  • Health and well-being messages
  • Advertise and promote health services
  • Link to patient management and reporting systems
d|sign - Exceptionally easy to use digital signage

Where should I install screens?

The types of information you want to display and the people you want to see it will help you make a final decision on the best location to install digital signage screens, but benefits can be found by installing 1 or more screens in any location where people gather or pass by regularly.

These are some locations we regularly see health care organisations install screens to communicate with patients, staff and visitors

  • Reception and signing in areas
  • Waiting rooms
  • Ward and critical care desks
  • Canteens and dining halls
  • Care homes and hospices
  • Car parks and outdoor areas
  • Offices and staff areas