Healthcare Messaging Group Using Samsung Smart Signage

Maddie Cotterill

The first Samsung Smart Signage Displays powered by Signagelive are now being used to publicise healthcare initiatives and hospital information at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Barts Health NHS Trust and The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.


Total estate we believe is close to 200 screens across 40 trusts – an estate that is expected to double during the year.

The Healthcare Messaging Group, a digital signage service provider for the NHS, is one of the first companies in the UK to switch to Samsung’s Smart Signage Platform.

Ian Gabbie, Commercial Director of The Healthcare Messaging Group told us “Hospitals can use the displays to fulfill their requirement to keep patients informed about important information. They also use them to publicize health-related product and services in an eye catching yet unobtrusive way”.

The Healthcare Messaging Group, founded in 2008, was responsible for launching the Patient Information Initiative, a communications service created to publicise essential healthcare, patient and hospital information on large displays installed at primary locations within NHS hospitals. The Patient Information Initiative is often funded by private sector companies wishing to align themselves to key public health and hospital campaigns (Stoptober, Change4Life, or Wear it Pink, for example) that are relevant to their business areas.

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