Television, radio, nursing call system, reading light and mobile phones

Television, radio, nursing call system, reading light and mobile phones
Patient information
Television, radio, nursing call
system, reading light and
mobile phones
Near the bed are a number of facilities
such as a radio, a television, a reading
light and a system with which a nurse
can be called.
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Calling the nurse
Press the red button above the
telephone. The red light will shine
brightly. This will give the nurse a
warning.
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Headphone
Radio and television can only be heard
via a headphone. You can bring a
headphone or buy one at the shop in the
central hall. If the shop is closed the
headphones can be obtained from
reception.
Listening to the radio
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Connect the headphone set to the
symbol
Turn the radio off by pressing the
button again
Watching TV
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Connect the headphone set to the
symbol
Turn the television on by pressing the
button
Regulate the volume by pressing
Select a channel by pressing
For teletext press
Use the telephone numbers to select
a page.
Turn the TV off by pressing again
Bedreading light
Turn the lights on or off by pressing
Channels
Television: You can access dozens of
national and international channels. The
hospital broadcaster, ‘Radio Tulipa TV’,
broadcasts on channel 1 with news
provided by and about the hospital. You
can also listen to Sky Radio via this
channel.
Radio: You can tune into national
stations and a number of international
stations. You can also listen to Radio
Tulipa TV for requests for favourite
songs.
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Turn the radio on by pressing the
button
Regulate the volume by
pressing
Select a channel by pressing
Bestelnummer: 1953
Versie: juni 2017
Problems/malfunction
Please inform the nurse if you have
problems using the television.
Mobile phones
The use of mobile phones is allowed in
Amstelland Hospital, but not in all places
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or at all times. Switch off your phone in
the following situations:
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Wherever you are instructed to do
so. In such places phones can disrupt
medical apparatus.
During conversations/contact
moments with care providers.
In patient rooms during ward rest
periods, after 22:00 hours and before
08:00 hours in the morning.
If the staff ask you to do so.
We also ask you to make sure your
phone is in the 'silent' mode and to avoid
causing noise pollution by not talking too
loudly.
Notes on this leaflet
If any information in this leaflet is unclear
or incomplete, please notify us. You can
share your remarks with us via
voorlichting@zha.nl.
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