Are you concerned with seismic designs for healthcare?
PDi is the only OPM approved arm mounted patient TV system.
Trust PDi to save time and worry with OSHPD pre-approved, complete patient entertainment systems.
The Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, OSHPD, in California serves a number of purposes. One of these is ensuring that healthcare facilities throughout the state are safe and built to withstand earthquakes. Other earthquake prone regions benefit from these designs too! Prioritizing patient safety is important to all of us at PDi and in the healthcare industry, and that doesn’t just mean using antimicrobial plastics and creating easy-to-clean products.
With the medTV and medTAB personal devices, 14", 16" and 19" screen sizes, you can give your patients the same experience as having a 90” wall television mounted across the room. With easy touch numeric keypads or touchscreens, patients can easily change the channel on their medTV or enjoy playing games on the medTAB. Forward-facing speakers and a headphone jack also reduce noise for a better patient experience.
PDi support arms allow patients the flexibility to position their device in the most comfortable position for them, which means no more stiff necks! We build arms that reach 58" thru nearly 72" to fit every healthcare application.
PDi designs and builds a variety of arm mounts too, many which are OSHPD approved. If you need a custom solution to keep your status under a grandfather clause, as the manufacturer, we can design and build that too!
PDi personal patient entertainment devices are continuously charged and securely mounted. Learn more about PDi low-voltage power supplies. You will not need to worry about damage from dropping, theft or maintenance with these low maintenance solutions, only from PDi.
PDi offers a variety of proven, cost-effective ways to create the system that meets your next project. Give us a call at 800-628-9870 or complete the form below. Our team will be more than happy to work with you too. We’re here to help!