Iberman Sucursal Chile is part of Grupo Empresarial Electromédico. It’s dedicated to the maintenance of biomedical equipments and sanitary facilities. It has both the support and over 30 years of experience from Grupo Empresarial Electromédico to guarantee a high-quality and efficient service.

Iberman Sucursal Chile maintains and repairs all the biomedic equipments and sanitary facilities regardless of the complexity, brands and models due to tolling arrangements with all the manufacturers.

Iberman’s technicians are its key value. They have expertise and training to respond effectivily to any fault os the equipments that could arise.

This technical team is integrated inside the sanitary centers, providing a service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and guaranting low response times.

They alsa have their own software platform for the management and optimization of maintenance activities within the health sector, which enables the interconnection with other systems in hospital environments for the consolidation of information and decision-making

Grupo Empresarial Electromédico meets this challenge through Iberman Sucursal Chile with strenght and illusion. We provide our services in the Hospital Concesionado Félix Bulnes from Cerro Navia, in the Santiago Metropolitan area.

Aware of the needs of the chilean market, GEElectromédico decices to participate in it, providing, in a short period of time, satisfaction and savings to our clientes by offering them a swift and efficient service. Nowadays, GEE has a project involving opening new branches in Honduras, Ecuador and Nicaragua.

Some of the Centers where Iberman Sucursal Chile is on service are:

  • Hospital Grant Benavente, Concepción – región del Bío-Bío
  • Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero, SAG – Lo Aguirre
  • Hospital San Luis Buin
  • Hospital de Urgencia Asistencia Pública
  • SS Valparaíso San Antonio

Among many others.

Ibermansa Chile is part of Chiletec Asociation, through our software platform for the management of maintenance activities within the health sector, MantHosp.