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Secure Care Products

Secure Care Products is the heart of our company. This product line is where we started. If you have residents that like to wander away then we can help. Secure Care has been a leader in the wandering resident systems for many years.  This system is installed on any door or elevator in your community to help prevent residents from wandering away without the knowledge of your staff. Residents wear a transmitter on their ankle that sends out a signal that is received by our exit panel on the door. when the resident approaches the door the panel activates an electronic magentic lock on the door preventing them from exiting the building.  For more information on this system please contact us.

Secure Care Products

The History of Secure Care

CONCORD, NH - For over 30 years, Secure Care Products, Inc. has been a leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and service of specialty electronic infant security and wandering resident protection products for hospitals, nursery security, assisted living, long-term care, sub-acute facilities and private homes assisting these facilities in minimizing risks to the loved ones in their care. Our products provide essential protection for family members across the life-spectrum from our KinderGUARD® infant security systems and MatchMAKER® mother-baby matching systems to our Door GUARDIAN™ wandering resident solutions. Our solutions are utilized in over 8,500 public and private healthcare facilities globally as well as in a number of private residences. Secure Care takes great pride in our reputation for providing exceptional service and support to our customers. We strive to provide the highest quality products to achieve the safest environment for patients and residents and to instill peace of mind in their caregivers and family members. All of our products are proudly manufactured in the USA.




In 1990, the company began developing an infant security solution with KinderGUARD®, a system designed to prevent newborn baby abductions from acute care facilities. Infants wear small ankle transmitters that signal an alarm if an abductor attempts to remove an infant from the hospital or if an unauthorized person attempts to tamper with or remove the transmitter from the infant’s ankle. The alarm can automatically lock any KinderGUARD®-monitored exit doors, disable elevators and enact video monitoring and nurse call devices. The transmitter also allows security and nursing staff to identify which baby someone is trying to abduct.

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