Health and Counseling Center Patient Privacy System
When it comes to talking about private and revealing information, it is easy to feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. Patients need a safe place to talk without fear of information leaving the room. The Cambridge Qt speech privacy system can provide your patients with a sense of privacy and confidentiality during their therapy sessions. This HIPAA compliant sound masking system ensures that speech is less intelligible to anyone outside the room. Whether in a small office or large area for groups, this system is perfect for any psychiatry offices, treatment centers, family counseling centers, group counseling or group therapy centers.
An All-in-One Solution for Speech Privacy
This Qt Patient Privacy System consists of a control module, two lighted privacy signs, and 12 direct-field sound masking emitters. The intuitive control module can be installed in a reception area, in an office, or mounted to any wall. Once turned on, the emitters installed in the ceiling add a low level of background sound into the space that will make human speech less intelligible. Lighted privacy signs turn on to indicate the system is running, and let patients know that their conversations are being protected.
Easy to Retrofit into Existing Spaces
The Qt Patient Privacy System can be installed quickly and inexpensively in any facility through Cambridge Sound Management's nationwide network of certified sound masking professionals. Privacy signs can be surface mounted, glass mounted, or mounted into a gang box, easily blending in with modern medical office décor.
The control module can be surface mounted directly to the wall, flush mounted with the supplied box, or flush mounted to a suitable 4-gang electrical box (or 3-gang using EU/UK hardware). The privacy signs can be mounted on glass using the hider plate, surface mounted with self-adhesive tape, or mounted using a 1-gang box (North America NEMA or EU/UK types).
* The entire system is GreenSpec listed, consuming less than 7 watts of power. The system can help enable LEED v4 certification in the categories of acoustics and daylight harvesting.