radio systems vary in complexity from hospital to hospital. Some users
will have to incorporate multiple radio systems their emergency department
such as; primary county 800 MHz trunked network, neighboring county
800 MHz trunked network, life flight / helicopter radio systems, and
conventional UHF MEDCOM radio stations. All of these MEDCOM radio
stations can require coordination with network operators, possible FCC
radio station licensing, coordination with the state regulating
agencies and designing a reliable robust life safety MEDCOM radio
system. These projects are what we do on a daily basis. My
company is experienced in managing MEDCOM radio projects. We have
designed, constructed and maintained many MEDCOM radio systems.
If you have any projects or questions that
would like to discuss with a MEDCOM radio communications professional,
please feel free to call. My name
is Mark Lavallee and I am charged with keeping the MEDCOM Hospital
network up and running for 20+ hospitals in the United States.
direct phone # is 954-961-2642. I would be glad to speak with
anyone in the
United States or abroad about their MEDCOM questions or projects.