Patient Care Sign from L&H Companies

Hospital signage that improves communication & safety

Our Patient Care Sign (PCS) communicates critical patient information to the next doctor, nurse, or clinician. Easily lock and unlock colorful information tabs as needed, using the “push and slide” system concealed behind a hinged panel. Combine room identification, critical information, and additional Infectious Disease Control Placard Inserts (IDCPI)® in a single system. Our PCS hospital signs are available with chart holders, writing surfaces, and display rails for posting notes. The Patient Care Sign is ADA (American Disabilities Act) and HIPPA compliant, as well as, fully customizable to meet the requirements of your facility, department, or unit.

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The Patient Care Sign Creator

Use this interactive Patient Care Sign Creator to explore all of the configuration options for a Patient Care Sign customized for your needs. This Creator will guide you step by step through options for body styles, icon arrangement and selection, headers, room numbers, and even custom colors.
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Features & Benefits

The Patient Care Sign is a patented hospital room sign that features a unique patient condition system that improves communication between caregivers, and reduces patient safety risks.
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