Security Services:

Alarm Monitoring


New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse & Albany, New York Fire Alarms


Security Services:

Security Systems:

Hospital Alarm Systems

Hospitals use alarm systems for security, to stop unauthorized entry, as well as monitor or notify hospital staff of emergencies. Broadcast intercom systems are often installed in many hospitals in New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse & Albany known as EVAC systems.

Always work with actively licensed security and alarm companies in New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse & Albany, New York for estimates towards installation, upgrades to existing security systems, or before service, repair or maintenance is performed. The hospital alarm system can be operated from a control room where all systems can be integrated and networked.

Hospitals in New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse & Albany, New York may be required to install fire alarm systems in order to comply with fire codes, rules and regulations. They must be monitored by a third party monitoring company, we suggest UL Certified Central Station Monitoring as it is often the highest standard in fire alarm monitoring services available.

Hospital Security

A hospital wants to reduce its risk and liability just as any business would. Securing the hospital perimeter, entry ways, windows, doors and emergency exit doors are all very important to the hospital as well as protecting the building interior, pharmacies, patients, medicines, inventory, medical equipment and much more.

Hospital Video Surveillance

Closed circuit televisions have a very important role in hospital security and alarm systems. Video surveillance systems installed your hospital will help you protect labs, pharmacies, medicines, medical equipment, patients from wandering and even personnel. Video surveillance systems help capture and record incidents that may occur and videos can possibly assist in litigation.

Hospital Medical Alert Alarms

Medical alert alarms are used in hospitals for patients in critical care. They are designed to notify the hospital personnel when the patient moves or if the monitors discover abnormailities in patients welfare. They are installed to help protect hospital patients in the care of the hospital.