North Metropolitan Health Service Access Control Upgrade
King Edward Hospital, Perth
North Metropolitan Health Service (NMHS) facilities are secured and accessed via a Gallagher Security electronic access control system (EACS) which spans across, and controls the majority of its physical facilities and assets.
NMHS intend to replace the components of the EACS that are approaching their end-of-life and manufacturer support period, included 125Hz TIRIS cards. To minimise the impact of this upgrade, the replacement process will be limited to the replacement of end-of-life components only.
The scope includes the provision of Gallagher Security C6000 8H controllers, T15 and T11 card readers and T20 remote arming terminals at NMHS facilities and assets.
North Metropolitan Health Service is the largest health service in the metropolitan area with a 3000 square kilometre catchment of almost 1 million people – 40 per cent of WA’s population.
Facilities involved in the upgrade include Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Osborne Park Hospital, Graylands Hospital, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus, QEII Medical Centre, Ralph and Patricia Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute, as well as facilities of NMHS Mental Health, NMHS Public Health and Ambulatory Care, PathWest and Women and Newborn Health Service.
The contract closes on April 4, 2018.