InTouch Screen has supplied touch screen solutions to over 100 hospitals Australia wide. We are the supplier of choice for most of the NSW mass vaccination centres, and can provide references from many local health districts, hospitals and other healthcare groups.

A selection of our reference sites are below.

Wayfinding - Directing Visitors

Wayfinding systems assist patients and visitors to easily navigate through a hospital in order to find the departments, wards and doctors that they are looking for. Large, clear touch screen displays allow users to easily search for their desired destination. The kiosk clearly then displays the hospital floor plans with easy-to-follow directions. Effective touch screen wayfinding systems raise the efficiency and performance of customer service teams as visitors and patients self-assist by using the interactive kiosk.

Wayfinding kiosk features:

  • Clear easy-to-read hospital maps with easy-to-follow intuitive directions
  • Users can search, pan, zoom and explore multi-level hospital maps with the 42” multitouch display
  • The carefully considered angle of the screen has been designed for comfortable use from a standing position or by a seated wheelchair user
  • The interface is customised to suit your branding guidelines
  • The customised branding allows users to identify the kiosk information point from a distance
  • Maps and directions can be taken away by users with a mobile phone (no application is required to be downloaded)

InTouch Screens have over 30 wayfinding kiosks in hospitals around Australia, which have helped countless patients and visitors find their way.


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Connectivity and seamless integration of patient check-in services is important for the healthcare industry.  These patient check-in systems not only streamline the process of arriving for an appointment and improve patient flow, they also reduce labour intensive paper-based processes for staff. These improvements in efficiency instantaneously release admin staff to concentrate on more critical and productive activities.


  • Empower patients with self-service arrival registration
  • Provide waiting area information in real time
  • Multilingual capabilities cater for cultural diversity of patients
  • Accessibility features allow for comfortable use from a wheelchair


Contractor Management Kiosks allow contractors to register their arrival on site before commencing work. The kiosks present site induction information and check credentials against the contractor database to ensure insurances and licenses are on file and up-to-date. Photo capture, live-evacuation reports, time-in-attendance tracking and reportable auditing of all contractors on site are powerful tools for Work Health and Safety Managers.

Touch screen kiosk features

  • Easy-care hardware designs with edge-to-edge flush finishes allow for equipment to be cleaned and sterilised as required
  • A range of form factors have been designed for freestanding, wall-mounted and counter top use
  • Height-adjustable hydraulic columns are available when required
  • Our technically advanced Australian designed and manufactured and kiosks can be customised to integrate peripherals specifically required for your system

Have any questions about our healthcare kiosks?

Call our team of touch screen experts on 1300 557 219 or contact us

Whiteboard Applications

Electronic whiteboards are collaborative tools which combine logistics with resource and patient management. Staff members can check and update key patient information and review the current workload and overall ward status. A clinical pathway module can be included to systematically manage the patient’s journey across units and different levels of healthcare organisations, from treatment to rehabilitation and remote monitoring if required. Effective patient information whiteboard applications can be used for communications, work list management and the dispatching of tasks to nurses, doctors, housekeepers, orderlies and technical services.

Nurses spent 17% of their time in the patient rooms when the Emergency Department was using dry-erase white-boards. This was increased to 28% after the Emergency Department had started to use the electronic whiteboard system. This is equivalent to nurses spending an average of 44 minutes more at the patient bedside on each 8-hour shift”

Source: Real-Use Evaluation of Effects: Emergency Department Aiming for “Warm Hands”


Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Concord Hospital
Wollongong Hospital
Norwest Private Hospital
Prince of Wales Hospital
Lady Davidson Private Hospital
Nepean Private Hospital
Hornsby Hospital


National Capital Private Hospital


Darwin Private Hospital


The Alfred Hospital
The Victorian Clinic
The Melbourne Clinic
Cotham Private Hospital
Melbourne Private Hospital
Frankston Private Hospital
Knox Private Hospital
Holmesglen Private Hospital


Parkwynd Private Hospital
The Memorial Hospital
Ashford Hospital
Flinders Private Hospital 


Sunnybank Private Hospital
Brisbane Private Hospital
Gold Coast Private Hospital
Peninsula Private Hospital
Pine Rivers Private Hospital
Pacific Private Day Hospital
Tweed Day Surgery


Mount Hospital


St Helens Private Hospital
Hobart Private Hospital