Patient Flow Board (PSAG Board)

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The Patient Flow Board (PSAG) is used in hospital wards for displaying important patient information such as the infection risk levels, mobility, admission and discharge flow, occupied number of beds, nursing and medical teams. Because PSAG board information may be different on different wards, it will be designed to your own individual requirements, and can be equipped with one or two doors to comply with patient confidentiality rules.

Bespoke sizes available upon request for both single and duo door boards. Select your basic desired features and send us an enquiry about your detailed design requirements. Our team will provide a quote within 24 hours.

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The Patient Flow Board is a clear and consistent way of displaying patient and staff information within hospital wards. The board has received great feedback from major trusts we have worked with – the board helped release more time for care and highly improved staff and patient experience.

  • Aluminium framed magnetic board, landscape or portrait.
  • Custom, full-colour printed surface to your own design requirements.
  • Personalised header panel with your Trust branding.
  • VisiPlus* dry-wipe coating with 2 – year surface guarantee.
  • Custom magnetic strips and squares available. Please see Board Accessories section.
  • Available in standard or bespoke sizes.
  • Free step-by-step design service.
  • Includes all fixings and full set of easy to install instructions.
  • Optional Installation service available.

What to consider adding to your PSAG board:

  • Expected date of discharge.
  • Next Actions…referrals.
  • Patient location on ward.
  • Waiting for…
  • Ready for discharge.
  • Dietary status.
  • Risk assessments.
  • Responsible nurse/consultant.
  • Admissions to ward.
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