The thought of an iHospital might seem crazy to some people but there are many Apple devotees out there that would be completely and utterly lost without their Apple devices. Just ask any one of the many satisfied iHospital customers who have stepped foot into our Atlanta, Nashville, Gainesville, New York, or Tampa locations and they would tell you a mock hospital setting dedicated to repairing Apple Devices isn’t so crazy after all.
The hard work of the on-staff D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices, like Nikesh Patel, employed at all iHospital locations doesn’t go unnoticed by the grateful customers who thought all hope was lost due to a cracked iPhone screen or an iPad that stopped working because it was dropped on the floor.
The customers are who we serve and we’re always happy to treat a “patient” and let it go back home again in perfect condition but it’s always nice seeing iHospital and our wonderful and knowledgeable D.i.D Doctor of iDevices getting some recognition in the media, such was the case with a recent glowing article written by Elizabeth Behrman of the Tampa Bay Times that you can read by clicking here.
If you’re still on the fence about what exactly iHospital is all about and want some confirmation from a source other than the words found on our website then you would be hard-pressed to read a better profile than the one Elizabeth gave us so take a few moments to click this link and read it; then come back to the iHospital website. Don’t worry we won’t go anywhere…
You’re back? Great! As you can see from Behrman’s profile of iHospital we have one thing and one thing only on our minds at iHospital and that’s providing your Apple devices with the utmost care that they need in order for you to walk away from our locations a satisfied customer and be re-united with a healthy iPhone, iPad, Mac computer or iPad. We know how frustrating it is to be away from your prized possession, kind of like dog owners sitting in the waiting room of a vet’s office as they wait for their pet to get out of the operating room.
That’s why we make it our goal to have you and your Apple device reunited as quickly as possible, which can be evidenced in the small wait times for procedures like broken screen repairs, as they can take anywhere from five minutes to fifteen minutes. If you think your Apple device is in need of repair STAT then check out our locations page to find the most convenient location near you. You can also contact us with your problem and we’ll get back to you promptly.
Thanks go out to Elizabeth Behrman and the Tampa Bay Times for featuring iHospital in their publication!
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