Healthcare provider workstations available in wall-mount and AC-powered models

Midmark Corporation's line of Care Exchange Workstations includes new wall mounted and AC powered options.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 5, 2013

Midmark Corporation's line of Care Exchange Workstations includes new wall-mounted and AC-powered options.

Wall-mounted Care Exchange Workstations provide the form and function of mobile units in a space-saving design for healthcare environments where a mobile technology platform is not an option. They offer adjustable height monitors and keyboards in a variety of configurations. The keyboard tray can be designed to rotate up and out of the way or come toward the user an additional four inches for improved use and ergonomics.

The AC-powered Care Exchange Workstations have a 12-hour battery life. Two battery options are available: sealed lead acid (SLA) battery or a lithium ion phosphate (LiFe) battery. The workstation features a compact base design for ease of maneuverability.

The workstations allow caregivers to work how they are most comfortable, whether seated, standing, mobile or stationary. Workstations adjust in height while tilt and rotation allow caregivers to maintain a proper working position without sacrificing eye contact with the patient.

For more information, visit www.midmark.com.


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