Admit adults and children into your practice using a variety of supplies that make the transition from waiting room to procedure room efficient. ID tags and belonging bags coordinate patients' things and keep records accurate, while pediatric coloring books and toys occupy your smallest patients.
Economical, Hygienic Options Avoid cross-contamination between patients with admission kits that are shrink-wrapped and intended for one-time use. Admission kits may include a washbasin, swivel-lid water carafe, facial tissue, mouthwash, lotion, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, and a drawstring belongings bag. The materials are latex-free, so you don't have to keep separate styles on hand for patients with potential allergies, and admission kits come in bulk packages to keep your medical facility stocked with essential patient items for a significant amount of time.
Keep Records Accurate ID bands and personal belonging bags help your facility stay organized and patient records accurate, and admittance staff can apply ID bands to patients and confirm their identities before admitting them into a room to help avoid administrative errors. ID bands are economical and can be written or imprinted, and many styles feature water- and tamper-resistant materials. For pediatric floors or clinics, there are matching mother-child ID bands that are color-coded to keep family members together.
Occupy Your Smallest Patients The smallest patients can quickly lose their patience while waiting to be admitted, so stock the front desk with a set of coloring books and crayons to keep pediatric patients occupied while their parents handle the paperwork. Children can bring the coloring book and crayons back to their room once admitted for hours of fun. Some coloring book and crayon sets come sealed in plastic bags to prevent cross-contamination between children as well.