Emergency Responders Enhance 911 Communications with OnPage!

Brighton Ambulance Launches OnPage Secure Messaging to Enhance 911 Communications.

Brighton Ambulance Launches OnPage Secure Messaging to Enhance 911 Communications. o “We know the OnPage system has the ability to save lives and I’d like to see other people in my industry benefit from it too. Brighton Ambulance relies on the system every day and it’s doing a phenomenal job”  – Brad Sentfleben, EMS Captain, Brighton Ambulance, New York. The EMS Captain for Brighton Ambulance, chooses OnPage for its ease of use, uncomplicated deployment, cost effectiveness, and for best meeting the needs of his emergency responders. OnPage, the industry standard in alert management software, announced today that a busy New York ambulance service has chosen OnPage for emergency messaging and special operations communications. By providing secure, HIPAA compliant critical alerts, with predefined escalation protocols, audit trails, receipt and read notifications, emergency responders can be deployed quicker, more reliably and more efficiently. “We are very pleased and honored to have Brighton […] Read more »

EMS Group in Florida Chooses OnPage for its Priority Messaging

Lee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) relies on OnPage for immediate response Onset Technology, the leader in Mobile priority messaging, announced today that Lee County Southwest Florida EMS has chosen its OnPage service to support its staff. Lee County EMS is a Florida certified ground and rotor-wing Advanced Life Support Provider. With a mission of providing the highest quality out-of-hospital emergency medical care and transportation, their highly trained professionals use the best technology to meet the needs of those who require assistance. OnPage will help them achieve this critical mission day in and day out by ensuring reliable and auditable communication under all circumstances. “We have established a new unit to support our staff, and wanted the latest technology to ensure access to this unit at all times,” says Deputy Chief Warren Panem.  “Traditional pagers were not an option for us because the coverage is too spotty and carrying an […] Read more »