Come and See us at The Patient First Show 2014
Pharmacy Medical will be at Patient First 2014 at London’s ExCel centre in the heart of the Docklands.
The Patient First Show 2014
Patient First is a new event aimed specifically at improving patient safety across the NHS and independent healthcare organisations.
As the single biggest issue – Patient safety is simply too important to ignore, and certainly too important to be made available just for the privileged few who can afford to attend.
Pharmacy Medical will be at the Patient First show at London’s ExCel centre from 26th – 27th November 2014.
On the back of the success at the Clinical Pharmacy Congress earlier in 2014, PharmacyMedical have decided to exhibit at the Patient First show. The Patient First show is aimed at emphasising the importance of patient care within the care industry, and PharmacyMedical will be there launching a range of new products focused towards this topic.
For the first time, PharmacyMedical will be previewing to the public their new Bedside Cabinets. These cabinets have been designed to offer higher levels of drug and medicine safety within hospitals, whilst offering increased levels security to patients own belongings. This security has been combined with affordable pricing, excellent design safety, user features and infection control friendly design and construction. The powder coated metal construction of the cabinets provides a stronger and more secure stroage location compared to wood, and allows the product to be steam cleaned. The metal construction also allows PharmacyMedical to customise the design quickly to meet our customers specific needs, offering a considerable more flexible and robust design compared to plastic.
This is not the only product that PharmacyMedical will be launching at the Patient First show. Too see all our other new product launches, please visit us on stand C18. We look forward to seeing you there and hope you have a thoroughly enjoyable show.
In the meantime, here’s a link to our bedside cabinet, just in case you can’t make it to the show to see it in person.