Providing more than just WiFi, WiFi SPARK is the NHS’s most respected provider and allows staff, patients and visitors to stay connected, and Trusts to learn useful insights.
The SPARK® platform offers secure, high speed hospital WiFi to staff, patients and visitors so they are always able to stay connected.
When visitors connect, they will be directed to a branded user experience, designed specifically for that NHS Trust. From checking appointment times to ordering meals, the SPARK® platform allows patients access to everything they need to make their journey through the hospital simple. The information available on the portal is unique to that hospital Trust and only accessible when users are on site, which allows visitors to make best use of the facilities available.
WiFi SPARK is proud of our team’s expert knowledge of patient WiFi. When you choose our solution, you can be assured that your WiFi performs at an optimum level for you, your staff, patients and visitors.
WiFi SPARK has proven to be very flexible, supportive and responsive. The WiFi SPARK team accepted our challenge for less than a two week turnaround. By working together in partnership with the Trust IT team the challenge was delivered very successfully on time and within budget.
They are WiFi specialists with almost 15 years of experience delivering managed WiFi services
The fully managed solution that WiFi SPARK has provided is second to none
Mid Cheshire Hospitals had the challenge of providing a high-quality and fully-managed WiFi solution to its staff and patients that was cost effective. See how WiFi SPARK implemented a bespoke system to achieve their goals.
UHMN had multiple goals they wanted to achieve with their WiFi solution. Read how WiFi SPARK managed to achieve them all with a bespoke Patient Engagement Platform.
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