Rest Assured with Hospital Safes
Safety and Security are major concerns for all hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Providing a “safe place” away from home and peace of mind for patients and family members are a constant challenge for administrators. In-room safes for patients make a difference.

Patient Personal Property
Very often patients bring valuables to the hospital:watches, jewelry, wallets, cash, credit cards, hearing aids, glasses, blackberry devices, iPods, portable DVD players, etc. In-room safes protect these valuables.

In-Room Safes
In-room safes enhance the hospital stay for both the patient and the staff. They provide a secure and convenient solution. The safe’s large LED display and audio feedback make it very easy for patients to use.

Revenue Generating Plan
As an alternative to providing in-room safes to patients as a courtesy, the hospital may wish to charge patients a nominal fee to recover costs and generate revenue similar to charges to patients for TVs and phones. As an option, the hospital may choose to remotely activate the safe and control the patient billing through a Customer Service call center.

How the SafePlace Program is Implemented

  • Your facility manager visits each patient room accompanied by a SafePlace technician.
  • Together they determine safe placement for each room (closet, wall, shelf, night stand)
  • Experienced technicians (who are insured and bonded) install and test the safes.
  • Your security personnel receive training to operate the safes and the BiMax override unit.

Third Party Lease/Purchase Financing Arranged
No Cash Outlay Ever Required
The first payment is not due for 12 months after installation. The hospital would not be required to outlay funds at any time. This is done by adopting the SafePlace Lease Financing Program. The first payment is not due until 12 months after the installation of the safes and after patient rental fees have been received for approximately 12 months.

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