Health First To Share VitalWatch Technology At TechTalk

By  //  December 9, 2014

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Space Coast Tech Council


BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Health First will take part in the first Space Coast Tech Council Medical Technology event set for Dec. 10 from 8 – 9:30 a.m. at Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place.

The game-changing Electronic Intensive Care Unit VitalWatch technology allows physicians and nurses in the Clinical Operations Control Room to use powerful computer technology to monitor patients who are actually miles away.

Two members of the team will share about this amazing technology.

Luann Tirelli
Luann Tirelli

Luann Tirelli, the Operations Manager for Health First’s VitalWatch eICU, oversees the functioning of Health First’s VitalWatch eICU program.

Brandon Fritz
Brandon Fritz

Brandon Fritz, a Systems Analyst with Health First’s IT team, is the eICU-designated technician who manages the software, networking, and technology that VitalWatch uses to care for Health First’s most critical patients.

Dr. Drexel Dobson
Dr. Drexel Dobson

The team from Health First will join Wuesthoff’s Dr. Drexel Dobson III who will be presenting on the Da Vinci Surgical System, a sophisticated robotic platform designed to expand the surgeon’s capabilities and offer a state-of-the-art minimally invasive option for major surgery.

For information on sponsor positions for this event, contact Jerry Olguin, Director, Space Coast Tech Council at 321-205-3322,

Continental breakfast and networking begins at 8 a.m. The cost is $5 for SCTC members and $10 for guests.


SCTC Morning TechTalk

Once a month, the Space Coast Tech Council meets to network, share a cup of coffee and listen to presentations from high-profile speakers in the technical community. Registration is required, as seating is limited to 99.

To Learn more about the Space Coast Tech Council at