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Windsor Regional Hospital Launches Voyce on IBTs for Inclusive Patient Care

Voyce on IBT

Windsor Regional Hospital services a diverse population. Ensuring patients feel understood and comfortable during their care is an integral part of their commitment to exceptional patient experience. In October, Windsor Regional Hospital launched Voyce at their Metropolitan and Ouellette campuses, bringing the virtual interpretation services to HealthHub’s Integrated Bedside Terminals (IBTs). This addition enables instant access to qualified medical interpreters at the patient’s bedside in over 240 languages, including several First Nations languages, allowing patients and families to communicate effectively with their care teams in a spoken language of their choice.  

In mid-2023, Windsor Regional Hospital installed IBTs, a multifunctional platform at the bedside, providing access to connectivity functions, and a curated selection of entertainment options and educational resources. Following comprehensive training sessions during IBT implementation led by HealthHub’s Professional Services team, nurses and care teams expressed an interest and need for bedside interpretation services at the hospital. They recognized the importance of effective communication in delivering quality care and expressed a desire for enhanced language support to better serve their patients. Responding swiftly to this identified need, Windsor Regional Hospital’s leadership collaborated closely with HealthHub’s team to introduce Voyce technology on the IBTs.  

“Having access to interpretation services to hundreds of languages across multiple formats such as iPads, IBTs and phones is a wonderful means of ensuring equitable care is provided to our patients,” said Sarah Mushtaq, Director of Equity, Inclusion, Diversity and Anti-Racism at Windsor Regional Hospital. “We know the importance of using qualified medical interpreters in clinical settings and appreciate how seamlessly Voyce allows us to provide this service on the spot with little to no delay to care.” 

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We are excited to collaborate with Windsor Regional Hospital and Voyce to introduce technology that enhances patient-provider communication,” said Glenn Gale, Chief Executive Officer, at HealthHub Solutions. “By integrating Voyce’s medical interpretation services on our IBTs, we aim to bridge communication gaps, improve patient understanding, and ultimately enhance the quality and safety of care delivery all on one bedside device.” 

The introduction of Voyce’s medical interpretation services through bedside devices marks a milestone in improving patient-provider communication, delivering patient-centered care and furthering their health equity goals at Windsor Regional. This collaborative effort exemplifies the power of partnership and innovation in driving positive outcomes in healthcare delivery. 


About Windsor Regional Hospital: Windsor Regional Hospital is the 15th largest hospital in the Province of Ontario and the 7th largest community teaching hospital, serving a population of about 400,000 people in Windsor and Essex County. Learn more at  

About Voyce: Voyce is a technology-driven company dedicated to breaking down language barriers in healthcare. Voyce’s professional and qualified language interpreters provide medical interpretation across a variety of technology and telehealth platforms in 240+ languages and dialects, including American Sign Language. Across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and beyond, Voyce facilitates thousands of sessions each day. Learn more about how Voyce is revolutionizing healthcare interpretation at and follow Voyce on LinkedIn. 


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