From wireless medical telemetry to electronic medical records — demands for connectivity has never been greater. These technology advancements among many depend heavily on secure and reliable indoor wireless networks. We all need to be connected, but in healthcare, being connected can save a patient’s life.


As technologies have improved, and wireless technology has become better understood, hospitals and healthcare centers have realized that wireless coverage is no longer an option — it’s a necessity. As a result, many healthcare centers in the United States are now heavily relying on our wireless networks to operate more efficiently, support patient care, and patient experience.


At Wave Wireless, we have the expertise to help hospitals and healthcare centers meet the ever-increasing wireless needs of patients and doctors.

In today’s hospitals, everything from diagnosing patients to mapping out treatment options are done online. That’s why we implement a robust cellular enhancement system on site to guarantee high-quality indoor wireless service.

Hospitals and healthcare sites are used to dealing with emergencies. And so are we. Our mission critical Public Safety DAS networks are put in place to safeguard the lives of first responders, healthcare professionals, and patients. A Public Safety DAS is a requirement in most states nationwide and is often needed for hospitals to receive their certificate of occupancy.

With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), more devices need the ability to collect and exchange data through Wi-Fi networks. A robust Commercial Wi-Fi network is essential for the demand, profitability, and prosperity of your hospital.

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