Hospital Grade Zenith Television Sets
Hospital grade Zenith televisions can literally save your sanity.
If you’ve ever had the misfortune of being admitted to a hospital, you know first-hand how frustrating it can be to stare at a white ceiling while you wait for the doctors and nurses to come and check on you, give you your medications and update you on your condition.
If you’re lucky enough to be admitted to a hospital equipped with hospital grade Zenith television sets, you never have to deal with the agony of boredom while you lay in your bed.
More and more hospitals are opting to install Zenith television sets in both waiting rooms and recovery rooms because Zenith televisions have built in closed captions capabilities. The hospital grade Zenith television sets also have a 10-foot, three-wire grounded AC cord with a transparent three-prong hospital grade AC plug. These Zenith hospital grade television sets also come with patient ready control systems that offer separate, cordless remote-control operations for two televisions in the same room without decoding accessories. Furthermore, the hospital grade Zenith television set system allows users to lock channels and program volume and station preferences to come up when the set is activated.
So the next time you’re stuck in a hospital bed or in a hospital waiting room, don’t just stare at the depressing ceiling and wish you were somewhere else. Instead, grab the remote to your hospital grade Zenith television set and escape into the make believe world of Hollywood for a few hours.
Models of Hospital Grade Zenith Television Sets
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