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RF Technologies(R) Installs Safe Place(R) Solution for Pediatric and Infant Security at ProHealth Care's Waukesha Memorial Hospital
Date:8/19/2008

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BROOKFIELD, Wis., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- RF Technologies(R), a leading provider of radio frequency identification monitoring systems and healthcare monitoring solutions, announces it has installed its Safe Place(R) Pediatric and Infant Security Solution at ProHealth Care's Waukesha Memorial Hospital to help protect infants and children from abduction. The tertiary care hospital's staff delivers around 2,300 babies per year.

"ProHealth Care ranks among the most technologically and clinically advanced healthcare systems in the U.S. We are excited that they have partnered with us to monitor their young patients," said Warner (Chuck) Pyne III, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Hospital Solutions, at RF Technologies.

"The safety and well-being of all of our patients is top priority at ProHealth Care. With that in mind, we decided to upgrade to a more robust system. We conducted a thorough analysis of infant and pediatric security vendors. RF Technologies and its Safe Place solution really impressed us," said Roberta Sonnentag, Clinical Manager LDRP and GYN Services at ProHealth Care's Waukesha Memorial Hospital. "Not only were we amazed by the technology but also with the knowledge and skill of its staff."

Protection that offers peace of mind

The Safe Place system was installed in the maternity and pediatric units of Waukesha Memorial Hospital.

"We felt incorporating both infant and pediatric units were important. Infants as well as children under five years of age or those older with extenuating circumstances are fitted with a transmitter," stated Timothy Wiza, Director of Security and Safety for ProHealth Care.

A lightweight transmitter is placed around a child's ankle or wrist. This allows the staff to monitor the child's whereabouts within the protected area. The transmitter sends a signal to receivers placed throughout the hospital. If
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