Good Samaritan Hospital not only strives to save people who come in seeking medical attention, but also endeavors to provide preventative care and education to visitors. GSLA sought out ConnectedSign looking for a solution to publicize their internal events, such as health and wellness awareness month information, as well as internal meetings and events. GSLA desired to showcase promotional photos and videos on their digital signage.
ConnectedSign developed signage branded with the GSLA look and feel that brought current events to the public eye. Their main template featured a dominate area that included a section for rotating advertisements of activities or program happenings within the building. This template also included a list of daily and upcoming meetings and events as well as a map of the property. A RSS region that contains a local newsfeed provides for local Los Angeles news. This region also has the ability to change into an emergency alert notification scroller to broadcast important safety information in the case of an emergency or natural disaster. Signage elements such as time, date and weather were also included in their signage.
We continue to work with Good Samaritian Los Angeles as they grow their digital signage network throughout their facility. Should the need arise, we look forward to providing technical support as we work hand-in-hand with the GSLA marketing and IT departments to create the best digital signage service to the hospital.
Good Samaritan Hospital (GSLA) is known worldwide for its renowned physicians. These physicians focus on advancing the science of medicine through GSLA’s six award-winning Centers of Excellence.
Every year, Good Samaritan Hospital admits over 12,500 patients and sees approximately 74,000 outpatients. With 3,400 deliveries and 6,500 surgeries, staff are highly trained and ready to help serve their community. Good Samaritan Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital that aims to, “provide accessible, quality, cost-effective and compassionate health-care services that meet the needs of [our] patients and [their] families.”