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LRGHealthcare purchases temperature kiosks made by local company


September 10, 2020
LACONIA/FRANKLIN — Two temperature kiosks made by Orion Entrance Control Inc., a Laconia based manufacturer, were delivered to LRGHealthcare recently. One kiosk will be placed at Lakes Region General Hospital and the other will be at Franklin Regional Hospital.

Steve Caroselli, CEO and President, from Orion, said "The OPTR scans your temperature without anyone having to get near you or touch you. That keeps you and the employees at LRGH safer by limiting contact. There's no learning curve to using the OPTR, you just walk up and look at the screen. It's also very easy to install, just plug it in, wait approximately five minutes while it adjusts to ambient temperature and you're ready to go. We're proud to be a New Hampshire business supporting our regional and traveling front line workers."

"Funds for the kiosks were made available by various COVID-19 grants received. The goal of the kiosk is to improve and streamline the temperature checking process upon entry to LRGH facilities," said Kevin Donovan, President and CEO of LRGHealthcare.

Orion recently developed their 'Orion Pre-Entry Temperature Reader' (OPTR) to support businesses with COVID19 return-to-work strategies. According to their product information, the kiosk's infrared sensors and intuitive user interface can be put into use with virtually no training.

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