About your Hospedia bedside unit

Introducing Your Hospedia Bedside TV & Phone System Most beds in hospital have a Hospedia bedside TV, phone and entertainment system to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. Services may vary by hospital and ward – please see bedside unit for actual service: FREE TV typically 8am-12noon, channels 1-5* FREE TV 7am-7pm in Kids wards*…

Why do you have to pay for TV in hospital? - Hospedia

Introducing Your Hospedia Bedside TV & Phone System Most beds in hospital have a Hospedia bedside TV, phone and entertainment system to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. Services may vary by hospital and ward – please see bedside unit for actual service: FREE TV typically 8am-12noon, channels 1-5* FREE TV 7am-7pm in Kids wards*…

Hospedia - Wikipedia

Hospedia Ltd is a private limited company, established in 1993. Hospedia acquired Patientline during July 2008 after the company entered administration. Hospedia then looked to acquire Patientline's main competitor, Premier Telesolutions, which would have given Hospedia responsibility for over 80,000 bedside television units.Headquarters: United Kingdom…

Talk:Hospedia - Wikipedia

Patient Media is delivered through the Hospedia bedside system. A variety of entertainment packages are available depending on a patient’s length of stay and whether they wish to have access to films on demand, games and internet. Registering on the bedside system allows patients to make free unlimited outgoing calls to landlines.…

Hospedia telephone and entertainment

In most RBH wards we have introduced Hospedia, the pay-as-you-go bedside entertainment, telephone and information system. This technology allows patients to keep in touch with friends and relatives by 'phone and gives them access to a wide range of TV channels and movies.…

NHS and Private hospital entertainment Final Major ...

Hospedia About Hospedia - Information about who Hospedia are and what services they provide One product Hospedia have created is a patient entertainment system at your bedside called the T3 bedside system. It works by the patient buying a card which will allow you to use all the features on the system for a certain amount of time.…