Hospital Beds

Welcome to our Hospital Beds range, where advanced medical technology meets compassionate care. Our selection includes versatile options like the Interlude V3 Hospital Bed and the innovative Versatech 1100 ULB. Engineered for both hospital and home care settings, these beds prioritize patient comfort, safety, and caregiver efficiency.

With adjustable features, profiling capabilities, and cutting-edge technology, our hospital beds set the standard for modern healthcare. Explore our range, designed to enhance patient well-being, facilitate recovery, and provide healthcare professionals with reliable and advanced tools for delivering exceptional care. Experience the intersection of comfort, functionality, and innovation in our Hospital Beds collection.

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Hospital Beds
Interlude V3 Hospital Bed
Versatech 1100 Bariatric Bed

NHS hospital beds typically have a standard design with a metal frame and adjustable features. They include side rails for patient safety, adjustable height options, and mechanisms for changing the bed’s position. The beds may have a simple, functional appearance, prioritizing durability and ease of use for healthcare professionals. Specific designs can vary, but they are generally crafted for comfort, accessibility, and efficient medical care.

The electricity usage of a hospital bed at home can vary depending on the specific model and features. Generally, hospital beds are designed to be energy-efficient. The power consumption may range from about 100 to 500 watts, depending on factors like adjustable functions, built-in electronics, and usage of additional accessories. It’s recommended to check the product specifications or consult the manufacturer for precise information on the electricity consumption of a particular hospital bed model used at home.

The dimensions of a hospital bed in millimetres can vary, but a common standard size is approximately 914 mm in width and 2032 mm in length. Keep in mind that these measurements are approximate, and specific bed models may have variations. For precise information, it’s recommended to refer to the product specifications provided by the healthcare provider or supplier.

Read more in our guide to hospital beds

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