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Signage plays key role in new hospital opening

PPDS has supplied a wide range of digital signage to support the opening of a new £162m cancer hospital in Liverpool.

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More than 140 Philips MediaSuite TV screens have been installed at the new hospital

The 11-storey Clatterbridge Cancer Centre will deploy signage across the facility in order to provide the best possible comfort and care, with some inpatients having to remain at the facility for weeks or months.

The hospital has installed 141 fully-connected Philips MediaSuite professional Android SoC TVs inside all 110 private rooms, as well as in its communal areas.

Running on Parity’s CompanionWave system, Philips MediaSuite TVs provide patients with 24/7 free access to hundreds of TV and radio stations, a range of games and instant access to thousands of popular apps via Google Play.

Patients will also be able to enjoy content from their own subscription services by casting directly to their TV from their personal device, while their screens can be customised to display photos of loved ones.

In addition, PPDS has donated a new 75” HD display to the hospital reception.

Kendra Ingram, PPDS UK sales manager responsible for Philips professional TVs, comments: “The commitment to patient care in the world-class facilities at the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is truly second-to-none and the team at PPDS is proud to have been part of such an important project.”

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