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Tulane Health Science Center

The University has an initiative for neighborhood-based healthcare clinics so Tulane’s Health Science Center began researching solutions to provide cost-effective telecommunication services to small, remote locations throughout the New Orleans area.

Tulane recently opened a new community health center in eastern New Orleans, offering low-cost, high-quality primary care to adults who are 18 or older. As Tulane clinics are opened, network connectivity is included and it is cost-effective to simply add Aastra SIP terminals to these sites.

“As more neighborhood clinics are added, they will be using SIP terminals for telephone services,” said Telecommunications Manager Jerry Wilson.

    Goals
    • A secure and cost-effective communications tool for remote locations
    • Greater business connectivity
    • Extending office communications to neighborhood clinics and remote locations
    • Ability to take advantage of PBX functionality and centralized services at remote sites
    Results
    • The staff are able to maintain the same phone numbers as they have on campus 
    • Ability for remote staff to use least-cost routing and PBX functionality 
    • Centralized services such as voice mail can be used at the neighborhood clinics 
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