When Hospitals Need Help

6190 Powers Ferry Road 

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Atlanta, GA 30339



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When Hospitals Need Help

March 12, 2020

In good times and challenging times, all people have a human instinct to seek … and receive … assurance that their health and well-being is a top priority, and that there are resources to address any challenges that they may have.  And that is the priority every day in healthcare, regardless of current environmental conditions.




However, there are always many challenges in the business of taking care of people, and sometimes those challenges are magnified by external influences that are broader and faster than local caregivers can address in a timely manner.  That scenario combined with regular routines of managing current patient populations can put a strain on resources, and in particular, the allocation of valuable nursing time that is best spent with current patients.  Still, robust, timely connections remain a viable, if not the best, method to address broad issues, provide reassurance and isolate specific issues.  Simply put, a program of timely, direct patient communications from individual caregivers and hospitals is always very important to provide assurance to individuals and broader patient populations.  Nurses can help with this effort, but there is a better way to connect with patients which does not put another burden on these valuable caregivers.


At PREMEDEX, that’s what we do.  We help you connect with people.  For reassurance.  For specific concerns.  To listen to patients and alert their caregivers as to potential issues.  Our highly skilled professionals talk to hundreds of people every day and spend over 12 million minutes annually to connect with people.  And our approach allows us to help you quickly, especially when you need help and there’s no time to waste.


Contact us to learn how we can quickly help you communicate with your patient populations.  PREMEDEX can help you connect with your patients.  Let's get started ... today.

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