Wireless network planned for 2005 in two major Copenhagen hospitals  

2004.10.26
The National Hospital and Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen will get wireless networks in June 2005

The National Hospital and Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen will get wireless networks in June 2005, reports national newspaper Berlingske Tidende. More than 2000 wireless access points will be set up enabling hospital staff to get information from electronic medical records when attending patients, and allowing doctors to prescribe treatment on a laptop or handheld pc.

 

Denmark's largest telecompany TDC will supply the wireless network with Cisco as a sub-supplier. Søren Rohde, hospital director of Bispebjerg Hospital expects the new system to give a quality boost to patient treatment as well as saving time. Patients and visiting relatives will also be offered internet access via the wireless network. Skejby Hospital in Århus, Jutland was the first Danish hospital to introduce wireless network one year ago.

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