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.
Two women changing the face of Queensland’s health services have been honoured. They are Professor Claire Jackson, a State and national health policy advisor from the University of Queensland and mastermind behind Queensland’s new alternative to hospital waiting lists - GP Superclinics; and Lyn Davies, Managing Director of Tunstall Healthcare who led the development of a Telehealth service to help keep patients with long-term medical needs at home.
The 24 finalists join a prestigious list of Telstra Queensland Business Women Award winners.