Wi-Fi Services for Healthcare
AT&T Wi-Fi Services is dedicated to providing end to end connectivity resources for a variety of customers, including those in the healthcare industry. We’re using the strength of our global organization, along with our experience, innovation, financial stability, and quality of Wi-Fi services provided to the healthcare industry to benefit your facility, your physicians, and your patients and their families. From outpatient service centers to rehab facilities, skilled nursing centers and acute care hospitals, AT&T is making the Internet more accessible and meaningful than ever before.
AT&T already has a significant presence as a premier Wi-Fi and network services provider in the healthcare industry. We serve organizations such as HealthSouth, SunBridge Healthcare, and Berkshire Health System.
Innovation through applications. We keep patients, physicians and staff connected to the Internet and enable private-side applications (such as voice and data applications, EMR, and kiosks, etc.). Services throughout your campus run smoothly and efficiently due to our networking and transport services that are monitored around the clock.
Efficiency through convenience. We offer solutions for transport, mobility, and voice and data, merging public and private applications onto a single platform that makes your network cost effective and simple to manage.
Superior customer service to your patients, physicians and staff. AT&T has the expertise to deliver a superior customer experience with an easy connection process and convenient public kiosks for your patients and their families. Additionally, with our call center and network operations center available around the clock, we are ready to support questions while ensuring your network is monitored closely 24x7.
AT&T is financially strong. Working with AT&T during this uncertain economic time means consistency and reliability. AT&T is an operationally sound, consistently reliable, proven performer, with enormous marketing resources. AT&T plans to invest between $17 billion and $18 billion this year (2009), two-thirds of which is being used to expand and upgrade its networks.