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Hospital & Home Care Beds

Hospital and home care beds are designed to provide a comfortable and stable place for patients to heal, recover, and receive care. Typically constructed with adjustable frames that offer positional versatility as well as height adjustment for increased safety and comfort, these beds are the perfect addition to a variety of healthcare settings from home to hospital.

Distinct from traditional beds in that they offer more adjustment and safety components, these beds are the best solution for medical care either in a healthcare facility or even at home for either short or long-term illnesses and injuries.

Electric Hospital Beds
Electric Hospital Beds
From $682.00
Manual Hospital Beds
Manual Hospital Beds
From $484.95
Bariatric Hospital Beds
Bariatric Hospital Beds
From $1,059.00
Low Hospital Beds
Low Hospital Beds
From $306.45
Deluxe Hospital Beds
Deluxe Hospital Beds
From $1,836.94
Hospital Bed Overlays
Hospital Bed Overlays
From $24.58
Hospital Bed Tables
Hospital Bed Tables
From $81.31
Hospital Bed Trapezes
Hospital Bed Trapezes
From $151.42
Hospital Bed Rails
Hospital Bed Rails
From $80.92
Hospital Cribs
Hospital Cribs
From $1,362.17
Hospital Linen
Hospital Linen
From $21.33
Specialty Hospital Beds
Specialty Hospital Beds
From $30,152.00

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Bariatric:

  • Bariatric Hospital Bed Accessories - Designed to be attached to or function as part of a bariatric hospital bed, these accessories offer improved safety and comfort for larger or heavier patients, providing maximum customization for each user's needs.
  • Bariatric Bed Safety - Great for offering better safety and stability for bariatric users, these products promote better comfort and easy mobility for a range of user needs.
  • Bariatric Mattresses/Overlays - These mattresses and overlays are designed to provide better comfort and support for larger users. Uniquely designed with the specific needs of bariatric users in mind, these mattresses and overlays fit perfectly into a variety of hospital beds for better comfort and optimal support.

Ergonomic:

  • Adjustable Beds - For better ergonomics and improved versatility, these adjustable beds offer a range of positions to help people stay in a correct posture so they can better engage in a variety of activities.
  • Folding Bed Frame - In order to promote easy use and save space in smaller homes or areas, these bed frames are foldable to enable easy portability, storage, and use when needed, alternating between functions.

Bed Safety: 

  • Safety Bed - Designed to keep children or adults with special needs safe throughout the night, these beds offer high sides that keep patients safely nestled inside. Ultra-high sides are available to keep kids who have a tendency to climb safely in bed throughout the night.
  • Hospital Bed Patient Safety Strap - These safety straps are designed to provide belt-like safety support for people at risk of falling or getting out of bed without assistance, keeping them securely in place when gentle restraint is needed.
  • Hospital Bed Rails - These rails help to prevent falls and unassisted transfers by helping keep patients safely within the boundaries of the bed. They also offer support for users to hold onto as they move into and out of the bed.
  • Hospital Bed Safety / Gap Protection - Filling the gaps between the bed mattress and bed rails or sides, gap protection is designed to prevent entrapment by keeping people from getting limbs or digits stuck in that gap.
  • Hospital Bed Trapeze - Designed to offer overhead support for people getting in and out of the bed, a trapeze offers a perfectly-placed handhold to help prevent falls and injuries by promoting safe mobility.
  • Bed Assist Rails, Handles, Poles - Perfect for bed safety, these assist rails offer support for people getting in and out of bed by offering the perfectly placed handhold that they need to support themselves and safe mobility.
  • Bed Safety Rails - These rails are designed to function similarly to hospital bed rails, keeping patients safely in bed, but without the requirement of a hospital bed in order to be attached and used.
  • Pressure Relief Mattress - For people at risk of pressure injuries like bedsores and ulcers, these mattresses help eliminate shear and pressure points that can cause skin injuries. Through a range of different materials and designs, these mattresses help prevent and relieve pressure injuries.

How to choose a hospital bed

Because of the vast range of hospital beds on the market, it can seem daunting to try and choose the exact one for yourself, your patients, or your loved one. In order to make an informed decision, it’s important to be aware of the differences in the general model styles.

Electric Hospital Beds
Electric hospital beds are those that feature electrically adjustable height and positioning. These beds come equipped with patient control pads that allow the foot, knee, and head sections of the bed to be adjusted individually, or for the entire bed to be raised or lowered.

Semi-Electric Hospital Beds
Semi-electric hospital beds are those that are electrically adjustable in either positioning or height, but are manually adjustable in the other plane. This type of bed is the best combination of both manual and electric beds, offering better, easier adjustability at a lower cost.

Manual Hospital Beds
Manually adjustable hospital beds offer positional and height adjustment, but with manual cranks that change the height and bed position. These beds are the economical choice for patients who don’t need as much repositioning, offering the same great positioning options but with adjustment that takes a bit more effort.

Bariatric Hospital Beds
Bariatric hospital beds are designed to be stronger and wider, including features that meet the unique needs of larger patients. Typically, these beds include a higher weight capacity and offer a larger sleeping surface to improve the patient’s comfort and ensure ideal care and support.

Low Hospital Beds
For patients who are at risk of falling out of bed, low hospital beds help reduce the risk of injury by bringing the patient closer to the floor. These beds function virtually the same as other hospital bed styles, simply featuring a greater height range that can move lower than other beds.

Hospital Cribs
Designed to better accommodate children in the home and hospital, these cribs offer both safety and security for younger patients. Featuring railings on all sides, these beds keep children safely inside the bed's surface, while ensuring they remain comfortably supported so they can receive care.

FAQs:

What kind of mattress should I use with my hospital bed?
There are a number of different mattresses on the market specially designed for hospital beds, including mattresses with inner springs, air cells, foam, or gel filling. The most important consideration in choosing a mattress, however, is ensuring the mattress is properly sized to prevent gaps and potential patient entrapment.

What safety features do I need to be aware of when using a hospital bed?
Because most hospital beds use electricity, it is important that all the manufacturer’s guidelines are followed and the bed is set up properly and checked regularly for frayed cords or damaged control pads. There should be enough room around the bed so that it can move freely and the controls can be accessed easily by both the patient and the caregiver(s).

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