LCD TVs Designed For Hospitals by Samsung and TeleHealth

TeleHealth-and-SamsungThe market leader and award winning innovator in consumer electronics, Samsung Electronics America, and the leading provider of healthcare grade televisions, TeleHealth Services, announced today that two new UL-approved LCD TVs are now available, designed exclusively for hospitals.

The new range of televisions by Samsung designed especially for healthcare, the Samsung LCD 458 Series, come equipped with features specific for hospitals in order to provide education and entertainment solutions.

“Patients expect more from healthcare facilities and increasingly want access to modern conveniences when they are away from home. Samsung is excited to partner with TeleHealth Services to deliver solutions that help hospitals enhance the patient experience,” said Jonas Tanenbaum, vice president of LCD HDTV marketing at Samsung Electronics America Inc. “These new products demonstrate our continued commitment to bringing premium entertainment experiences to consumers no matter where they are.”

“As the leading provider of patient education and entertainment solutions for the healthcare market, we are proud to be partnering with Samsung to provide this cutting edge technology to make the patient experience more enjoyable,” said George Fleming, president and CEO of TeleHealth Services. “This is an exciting time for healthcare technology as these new healthcare LCD models combine the best entertainment features with the latest in healthcare television technology. TeleHealth Services is proud to be Samsung’s partner as we provide hospitals with the ultimate patient television experience.”

These new exclusive for Hospitals Samsung LCD TVs are available in twenty-six inches and thirty-two inches, with full high-definition displays combined with a wide color enhancer technology, thanks to which superior quality and detailed images with smooth motion can be produced. These LCD TVs also come packed with Dolby Digital Plus in order to extend the high definition experience. The Samsung LCD TVs which are designed specifically for hospitals also offer USB autosensing side inputs, thanks to which patients will be able to easily access music, movies, videos, games and more; and an interchangeable pillow speaker interface.

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