Hospitals & Medical Centers 

How Our Solutions are Integrated into Hospitals

Riemer Systems offers a variety of keyless electronic lockbox to help hospitals and medical centers secure critical items and help prevent items from being lost. 

Wall Mount Locking Cabinet

Our Wall-Mounted Locking Cabinets are ideal for patient rooms and come in various sizes (i.e. small, medium, large, and tall).  Many hospitals choose the standard self-lock that requires a code to open and automatically locks when the door is shut.  Hospital providers tend to choose either a clear door for visibility or a frosted door for HIPAA compliance.

Hallway Wall Mounted Locking Cabinet

Our Hallway Compliant Wall Mounted Locking Cabinet was  designed for Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Centers to improve infection control during the COVID-19 pandemic. The wall mount lock box enables secure medication storage close to the patient rooms, but outside of the infectious zone. Our standard wall mount lock box was customized to align with NFPA 101 (Life Safety Code) requirements for fire exit corridors and the ADA requirements for hallways.

Surface Mount  Lock Box

Our Portable Electronic Control Box (PECB) can be used as:

  • A surface mount medicine cabinet when it is mounted onto medication carts, or 
  • A portable medical lock box for transport or in ambulances to secure critical items. 

Depending on its use, the PECB comes with a clear door for visibility or a frosted door for HIPAA compliance.



    Why Choose This Solution



    Increase infection control,  & JCAHO compliance.



    Select the door color and lock that suit  your needs. You can choose from a self-locking lock, a manual lock, and an audit trail lock. 



    Reduction of MDRO transmission and increase safety at the bedside.


    Keep items in a specific location, prevent items from being lost, and increase workflow efficiency.



    Keep critical items secured & deter theft.


    Reduce pharmaceutical waste and medicinal supply costs with our solutions that are a fraction of the cost of comparable systems on the market.