Our medical alarms, technology, and services play a key role in helping older people and those with long-term health and care needs to stay out of hospital or residential care and enjoy a better quality of life.
The National Broadband Network (the NBN) will ultimately replace the copper network and all other public fixed-line telecommunications networks in Australia within the fibre footprint.
Medical alarms supplied by Tunstall have been tested and work when correctly connected to the NBN, via the UNI-V (Voice ports) or via an ATA connected to the UNI-D (Data ports) ports once activated.
Tunstall Healthcare Managing Director Lyn Davies has recently been appointed to the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) board of directors.
Ms Davies said the appointment was an exciting opportunity to represent the medical technology industry.
“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to contribute to the future direction of MTAA, and to influence and support initiatives that will enhance how healthcare is delivered in Australia,” Ms Davies said.