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Gallagher Access, Aviglon CCTV Upgrades For Waikato DHB

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The Waikato District Health Board will upgrade its access control and CCTV solutions. 

Waikato District Health Board recently sought proposals from suppliers to support the Waikato DHB security infrastructure requirements across all Waikato DHB sites using the Gallagher access control and Avigilon video surveillance platforms.

Waikato District Health Board employs more than 6500 people, covers a large geographical area in the upper central North Island of New Zealand, known as the Waikato. Its corporate office and tertiary hospital are in the city of Hamilton. Along with Waikato Hospital, WDHB includes a secondary hospital, three rural hospitals and it also offers a wide range of community-based and health promotion services. 

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WDHB plans, funds and provides hospital, health and disability services to the more than 391,770 people, either directly or by funding and contracting other providers. The WDHB also provides tertiary services (such as neurosurgery and other highly complex surgery, specialised medical procedures and specialist trauma services) to a Midland health region population of more than 846,600.

The scope of works for the WDHB electronic security solution will include new installations, repairs, maintenance, and IQP services across the critical category of security of CCTV and access control. The tender closed on June 20. ♦

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