Globally, our service solutions are used in excess of 1200 surgical operations every day in over 50 hospitals and medical centres in four continents.
Follow the links for further information on Getz Clinical customer case studies:
Queensland Health (Australia)
Getz Clinical modules are operational in 43 Queensland Health hospitals. It remains the largest perioperative hospital network operating in the world. Case studies for individual hospitals within the Queensland Health network include:
- Cairns Hospital case study
- Princess Alexandra Hospital case study
- Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital case study
Singapore Health (Singapore)
Singapore General Hospital collects over 100,000 messages per day such as theatre bookings, drug alerts and patient records, all captured through the Getz Clinical IntraOp and PACU modules.
SA Health (Australia)
Getz Clinical modules are used in six of SA Health’s hospitals recording patient vitals for 47,000 surgeries performed each year. These hospitals total 1,680 beds, which is approximately a third of all public hospital beds in the state. Case studies for individual hospitals within the SA Health network include:
- Royal Adelaide Hospital case study
- Lyell McEwin Hospital case study
- Mount Gambier Hospital case study
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (United Kingdom)
The first hospital in the United Kingdom to implement a cloud computing-based perioperative information management system.
Forté Health (New Zealand)
Getz Clinical's perioperative modules have been used to track, monitor and store all attending patient records, ultimately realising Forté Health’s objective of streamlined and paperless administrative processes.
Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital (South Africa)
Getz Clinical's suite of perioperative modules were implemented in the hospital’s Trauma Directorate, which receives approximately 350 patients per day, a number which can easily double over a weekend.