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Hospital Beds

Find the right Hospital Bed package

(70% of the items in this category are on display in our Mississauga showroom)

Deluxe Hospital Bed
Deluxe Hospital Bed
Our best hospital bed.

$4,499.00 on sale
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Pro Matt Plus
Pro Matt Plus
On display soon with and ($5299) without air pump ($3599)
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Fully Automatic Upgraded Package
Fully Automatic Upgraded Package
Includes side rails, our most comfortable mattress, local delivery, and setup.

$2,799.00 on sale
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Fully Automatic Package
Fully Automatic Package
Complete package with a foam core mattress.

$2,199.00 on sale
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Glissando Resolution Mattress
Glissando Resolution Mattress
Out most comfortable (non-air) hospital bed mattress. Available as an upgrade to our $2199 package

$999.00 on sale
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Remote Control Lift Chair
Remote Control Lift Chair
Now on display
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Trapeze With Floor Stand
Trapeze With Floor Stand
complete two piece unit
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Foam Core  Hospital Bed Mattress
Foam Core Hospital Bed Mattress
5" thick, covered in waterproof vinyl

$399.00 on sale
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Trapeze Only
Trapeze Only
When extra help is needed.
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What are the important things I should consider when buying a home hospital bed for a loved one?

Purchasing a home hospital bed for a loved one is an important decision to ensure their comfort, safety, and well-being. Here are some important factors to consider when buying a home hospital bed:

Medical Needs:
Understand the specific medical needs of your loved one. Different beds offer various features such as adjustable height, head and foot positioning, and side railings. Choose a bed that addresses your loved one's medical condition and provides the required support.
Size and Space:
Consider the available space in the room where the bed will be placed. Home hospital beds come in various sizes, so make sure the bed fits comfortably without overcrowding the room.
Look for a bed that offers multiple adjustment options. These may include adjustable height, head tilt, foot tilt, and sometimes even Trendelenburg and reverse Trendelenburg positions. These adjustments can help with comfort, pain management, and medical treatments.
Weight Capacity:
Ensure the bed has a weight capacity that is suitable for your loved one's weight. Exceeding the weight capacity can lead to safety issues and potential damage to the bed.
Mattress Type:
The mattress is crucial for comfort and pressure relief. Foam mattresses, air mattresses, and gel mattresses are common options. Choose a mattress that suits your loved one's comfort needs and medical condition.
Side Rails:
Some beds come with side railings for safety. Consider if your loved one requires side rails to prevent falls. Ensure the rails are easy to lower and raise to facilitate transfers.
Mobility and Portability:
If you anticipate needing to move the bed within the house, consider the bed's mobility features. Some beds have wheels that make it easier to maneuver, while others might be more stationary.
Ease of Cleaning and Maintenance:
Home hospital beds should be easy to clean and maintain to ensure a hygienic environment. Look for beds with removable and washable covers and surfaces.
Power Source:
Some adjustable features like height adjustments and tilt functions require electricity. Ensure there's a convenient power source nearby and that the bed's electrical components are safe and reliable.
Home hospital beds come in a range of prices. While it's important to find a bed that meets your loved one's needs, also consider your budget. Factor in not only the cost of the bed itself but also any additional accessories or features.
Warranty and Support:
Check the manufacturer's warranty and after-sales support. A reliable warranty can provide peace of mind in case of any issues with the bed.
User-Friendly Controls:
The controls for adjusting the bed's various features should be easy to understand and operate, both for the user and for caregivers.
Reviews and Recommendations:
Research the brand and model of the bed you're considering. Read reviews from other caregivers or medical professionals who have experience with the product.
Health Insurance and Coverage:
If applicable, check if your health insurance covers the cost of a home hospital bed. Some insurance plans may provide partial or full coverage, depending on medical necessity.