William Newton Hospital automates patient transfers, freeing physicians and nurses

William Newton Hospital automates patient transfers, freeing physicians and nurses

By extending the hospital's patient transport capabilities, the technology also speeds up patient transfers and enhances inpatient care. Patients from Winfield, Cowley County, and surrounding areas are treated at Kansas' 25-bed William Newton Hospital. The community general hospital is a nonprofit organisation that is run locally and completely supported by donations and patient fees. It is not funded by local taxes and does not get support from the outside healthcare system. For the hospital, things were quite frantic, especially in 2020. The hospital is not your normal critical access facility. It has its own internal medicine practitioners, seven family care clinics, an audiology clinic, a paediatric and podiatry clinic, and a cath lab. Additionally, it collaborates with visiting orthopaedic surgeons.




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