Why Choose NMA?
NMA is unique in their focus and execution on improving the entire surgical and patient experience.
When installing its equipment in healthcare institutions, NMA makes sure that they are clean, properly sanitized, and well-prepared to implement these monitoring technologies. Our hospital partners offer their patients an environment where they can remain calm in the hours leading up to the surgery, educate themselves without feeling external pressure, and draw strength from their friends and family members during visiting hours. The right to be informed about one’s condition is a necessary part of a patients’ rights. NMA helps ensure hospitals can offer this fundamental right to their patients.
Better Outcomes. Our Promise.
We provide an onsite technologist and an offsite telemonitoring physician in order to make sure your surgeon gets the feedback immediately.
Best Services Possible
Our technologists are trained not only in standard medical procedures. but they also receive specialized training. Because of their training and cutting-edge support, surgeons are able to administer the treatments to their patients-in particular, making sure that patients remain calm before they are sedated-interpret the data that’s retrieved, and discuss the results with their patients. Thanks to their special training, they know how to answer patients’ questions, alleviate their concerns, and more generally calm them down (as well as their families) before they undertake a procedure.
We ensure the best services so that surgeons are tactful, sensitive, and reasonable. so they are well-equipped in delivering the best services possible. In addition, they perform their tasks with immense precision. When working, they draw on many years of surgical experience, as well as interpersonal experience, medical experience, and experience as healthcare providers. Our qualified technicians will also ensure that confidential information remains confidential. To paraphrase a popular phrase. ‘What happens in the operating room rays in the operating room’— unless. of course, a patent chooses to disclose such information. The obligation to keep one’s medical information confidential is part of professional as well as personal ethics. so NMA ensures that our surgeons are well-versed inpatient right*.