At Beebe’s main campus, SecureNetMD rebuilt six of the hospital’s intermediate distribution frame closets. These were outfitted with new racks and patch cables assembled in an orderly, easily followed system to upgrade data, voice and patient record security services to the hospital. Due to the highly critical nature of the data network, and the lack of tolerance for system downtime, this project was completed in several phases. This ensured that there was no loss of time or critical patient care throughout the process.
In working with Beebe at the Tunnell Cancer Center, the main distribution frame was completely removed, rewired and upgraded to create a clear and straight forward system of patch cables, allowing for an increase in reliability as well as a path for future growth. This entire project was completed in one weekend so there was no disruption of service for any of the medical personnel or the thousands of clients who use the center regularly.
In both instances, our highly trained personnel, including a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), worked closely with Beebe’s Information Systems department. Using many of the specialized tools at SecureNetMD ’s disposal, the installed solution was thoroughly tested to the most rigorous standards.
The comprehensive nature of the planning involved in these projects to allows Beebe to use the latest technology and allow Beebe’s network to grow and adapt to high-bandwidth medical technologies that are on the horizon.