As a result of the network deployment based on LAN, Firewalls and Ethernet switches,
"It was important that we were able to provide a backbone infrastructure so that ultimately, our patients felt their experience at our hospitals were comfortable and that our hospital staff were able to provide a reliable service that met their expectations."
Following the successful LAN solution, hospital staff have been able to give faster delivery time and improve customer services. Getting access to patient records for instance, was much quicker, allowing for doctors, nurses and consultants to be kept up to speed on the patient's profile and medical history.
"Deploying a LAN network for the Thumbay's hospitals was the most appropriate solution as we had the confidence that our team could assess and implement the technology quickly and effectively – ensuring there was minimal service interruption in an industry that is about saving lives."
Based on a user-friendly interface, the IT team at Thumbay is able to configure the network quickly centrally across the four hospitals, enabling medical administrative staff the means to perform more effectively and productively in their daily operations, according to the statement.
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