Telecall Nearly Here

Telecall Nearly Here Hospital bosses have revealed that patients in Clatterbridge are just weeks away from getting state-of-the-art entertainment systems at their bedsides. Telecall, which brings TV, radio and the internet to a personal flat-screen monitor and headphones, is expected to be fully operational on site by the middle of September. For the first time, patients will be able to receive a crystal clear stereo signal of Radio Clatterbridge and have free, simple bedside access to the station's request phone line. Wirral Hospital's Director of Facility Management, Neil Stavier, says "It is an exciting new benefit, giving access to many of the entertainment systems patients are used to at home."

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