1. Home Brother
  2. Business Solutions
  3. Healthcare Solutions
  4. Hospital Ward
Medical forms, pen, cup of coffee on coaster, stethoscope, tablet with xray of foot on white table

Why choose Brother for hospital printing solutions in the ward?

At Brother we understand that managing hospital wards requires more than just clinical care. Patient security is vital and budget pressures mean efficient asset management can be challenging.

Embracing a hospital printing solution allows clinical staff to focus on patient care. Technology can mean patient data is secure and essential equipment is where it should be.

Brother’s healthcare experts have a wealth of knowledge of hospital wards' print and scan needs. Working with our healthcare partners we develop bespoke hospital printing solutions.

We understand hospital wards

White person icon with shield in teal circle

Patient security

Ensure patient information remains confidential. Secure printing reduces the risk of sensitive information being mislaid.

White compress icon in teal circle

Space saving

Optimising space in busy wards. Small footprint printing solutions and portable printing and scanning devices.

White pound sign in teal circle

Cost saving

Better asset management for clinical equipment reducing costs in repairs or replacements.

Person's hand holding ID card against Brother multifunction printer NFC card reader

Printing confidential patient records

Ensure sensitive patient information, such as lab results, remains confidential with NFC (near field communication) technology. Documents are only released by authorised personnel.

  • Secure printing reduces the risk of sensitive information left on printers
  • Save costs by avoiding confidentiality breaches and data loss
  • Compact, space saving printers where space is at a premium

Explore secure printing

Yellow maintenance label on side of IV infusion pump in hospital ward next to bed

Asset management

Create durable, laminated asset tags and labels for ward equipment reducing costs and ensuring patient safety. 

  • Clear, durable asset tags and labels for correct usage and equipment availability
  • Save costs by reducing equipment migration between wards and theft
  • Reliable equipment that is systematically maintained with service schedule tracking

Explore asset management

Mans hand taking a document with barcode printed on bottom left hand corner from Brother MFC-L5700DN multifunction mono laser printer

Printing traceable documents with barcodes

Easily track and ensure confidential patient letters are managed with care. 

  • Effortlessly embed patient information into a barcode
  • Save costs by avoiding privacy breaches and data loss
  • Print patient letters with barcodes and general hospital documents from the same printer

Explore barcode printing

HL-L6300DW printing document with barcode

Managed Print Services: Enjoy new levels of print efficiency, every day

Our managed print services for healthcare help NHS trusts improve efficiency and eliminate costly print behaviours. We do this by providing full visibility and control over usage, and automating admin tasks. Both standalone desktop and floor-standing multifunction devices are available on our MPS as part of the same agreement, helping you make your fleet of medical printers more cost effective.

We’ll start by carrying out a thorough audit of your current set-up, clinical workflows and needs. That enables us to put the right printers in the right places for the right people. All of this comes with exceptional support before and after installation, allowing hospitals and health clinics to forget print frustrations and let staff concentrate on delivering high-quality patient care.

Find out how our managed print services for healthcare saved £200,000 for Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust. If your pharmacy already own one or more Brother printers, find out how Brother's print service for primary healthcare can save you time and money with our ink and toner delivery service.

Explore Managed Print Services

Need more information or have an enquiry?