Wireless Nurse Call

ReZcare Wireless

Now UL 2560 Certified

ReZcare Wireless Nurse Call provides a complete, safe, reliable system for residents to call for assistance at any time, from anywhere in the facility. In addition to sending notifications to staff on hand held devices, alerts are also sent to dome lights and event displays.

All of the wireless components are designed for long battery life and use industry standard batteries. The wireless system will report a device’s low battery weeks before the battery will be exhausted.

Each component in the system is fully supervised so that if it fails to report in within the specified amount of time, the appropriate staff will be notified. This prevents the situation where a transmitter fails then is unable to report when needed for an actual emergency.

The ReZcare wireless system is built on the industry standard Inovonics EchoStream platform.


Pendants – using their wireless pendant, a resident can press the button to summon help if they are in their room, the dining room, visiting another resident, or involved in some other activity.

Bed Station – can be configured with one or two call buttons for one or two bed rooms. When activated, the system will distinguish whether the call came from bed A or Bed B. This station also includes a Staff Assist function

Emergency Station – configured with a call cord and Emergency button for use in bath and other locations, also includes a check in function

Dome Lights and Controller – dome lights are commonly mounted outside each room and indicate that there is a call active for that room. Each controller communicates wirelessly to the software and monitors up to 24 dome lights

Remote Event Display – a simple electronic sign that displays the active calls for the area where it is installed

Wireless Coordinator – the main wireless controller that connects to the computer

Wireless Repeater – an active repeater device that extends the wireless signal throughout the facility

ReZcare Locate


ReZcare Locate is a system that will provide the location of a pendant in the facility when it is activated for a call for assistance. The locate system is most useful when most or all of the residents in a community wear a pendant and are moving around the facility. Those residents may be in the dining room, activity room, visiting another resident., or walking the community grounds. Instead of staff having to search the building and grounds to find the resident, the system will tell them where they are in the building.

Without locate, the system can only report the resident’s room or apartment location. A common message for this might be something like “Pendant pressed, Jane Doe, Room 100.” With locate, the current location will be added to the message that caregivers receive so they know where to go to find the resident, “Pendant pressed, Jane Doe, Room 100, near Dining Room.”

This system allows caregivers to reach the resident and provide care more quickly.


Pendants are portable, battery operated devices with a call button. Residents can wear the pendant on a lanyard around their neck, on the wrist as a bracelet, or attached to clothing.

Pressing the button on the pendant will send a wireless signal to the receiver and begin the process to summon assistance. Once a caregiver arrives to provide help, they can press the reset button on the back of the device to clear/reset the call.

ReZcare Staff Assist

ReZcare Bed Station

The ReZcare Bed Station is a wireless, battery operated unit that is installed on the wall, commonly near one or two beds. The Bed Station supports one or two call cords with buttons attached. With two cords, the system can distinguish whether the call if from a resident in Bed A or Bed B.  When the staff arrive in the room to assist they will press the Cancel button to clear the call.

Each call cord is attached with a breakaway connector for safety. If the call cord becomes detached the system will send a call for assistance message for that call button.

In addition to the call buttons, the Bed Station includes a Staff Assist button. This button is used by staff if they are in the room and need additional help.

Emergency Box

Emergency Station

The Emergency Station is a wireless, battery operated unit that is installed on the wall, commonly in living areas and in the bathroom. The station has an emergency button and a pull cord that will also activate a call. The pull cord is configured to hang near the floor so a resident can reach and pull it if they have fallen. When the staff arrive in the room to assist they will press the Cancel button to clear the call.

In addition to the emergency button station includes a CheckIn button. They are instructed to press the button by a certain time each morning so that staff know whether they need to check on the resident or not.

Dome Light

Dome Lights and Controller

Dome lights are the traditional light outside each room or apartment in the facility. The dome light will activate any time there is an active call from a Bed or Emergency station in the room.

Wireless Coordinator and Repeater

The Wireless Coordinator and Repeaters make up the wireless network that allows all of the wireless devices to communicate with the computer and each other. All of these devices are wired to full-time power, they are not battery operated.

Wired Nurse Call

TekTone Nurse Call

Tek-Care from TekTone – An option for providers seeking a wired nurse call system.

Both systems, Tek-Care 120 and Tek-Care 160,  feature a compact and sleek master station that can be wall or desk mounted. The master station features an LCD screen that displays calls for aid in order of priority. Attractive sconces hold the dome lights which also alert staff to a call for aid. TekTone offers standard, two-button call stations for resident rooms and bath stations with an optional pull cord. The inserts on the stations have buttons to distinguish between emergency and routine calls for assistance.  

Find the System to Fit Your Needs

Selecting the optimal system for your community starts with an onsite assessment. With some knowledge of your physical plant, your staffing, and your budget, your SMD representative can recommend a specific system for you .   

Tek-Care 120 - Tone and Vissuta Nurse Call System

Tek-CARE 120 Tone Visual Nurse Call System

Tek-CARE 120 Tone Visual Nurse Call System is for providers who are not seeking voice communication .

Tek-Care 160

Tek-CARE 160 Tone Visual Nurse Call System

Tek-CARE 160 Tone Visual Nurse Call System is a two-way voice nurse call so providers can speak with the resident who calls for aid as well as a staff member who would like assistance from co-workers

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