Newcastle City Loan Equipment Service to use ELMS2

Ethitec are excited to report more success for ELMS2 in the North East of England with the news that the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has commissioned their ELMS2 system to manage the activities of their Community Equipment Service.

Newcastle City Loan Equipment Service (NCLES) provides equipment to support adults and children with their daily living and nursing needs in their own homes. Based at the Geoffrey Rhodes Centre in Byker, the Service installs, maintains, repairs, decontaminates and recycles a wide range of equipment to increase the safety and independence of Newcastle residents in their home environments.

The ELMS2 system commissioned by the Trust will provide NCLES with a comprehensive set of easy to use software functions specifically designed to manage the administrative, warehousing, servicing, and distribution activities of the Service. Ethitec will also be providing a set of technical, training, and consultancy services to help ensure a successful transition over to ELMS2, together with secure, high-performance cloud hosting.

Mike Weatherall, Operations Manager at Ethitec, said: “The North East continues to be a particularly successful area for us, and we’re obviously delighted that NCLES have joined the other ELMS2 customers that we have in the region. We’re looking forward to welcoming the team at the Geoffrey Rhodes Centre in to our ELMS2 user community, and to helping them establish some rapid benefits from their investment in our proven solution.”

Steve Healey

Steve Healey is Ethitec's Business Development Manager. You can get in touch with him by calling +44 (0)116 247 0806 or using the form on the contact page.