All Medical Equipment is available for In-Store purchase only. Please come by one of our 5 locations to view our Selection.

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Be sure to contact us toll free at 800-205-5793, if you have any questions concerning our medical equipment!
 

Semi & Full Electric Beds Whatever your position in bed, electric action keeps you in touch with your night table for constant access to phone, lamp, radio or medication no matter what the configuration of the medium firm luxurious mattress.

 

Over the bed tables are there for the ease of the patients to allow comfortable maneuverability and access with all of the accommodations of a standard table.

 

Bariatric Beds Can accommodate the widest lateral rotation mattresses. Steer-Lock and Total-Lock casters positioned for safety, stability and easy maneuverability.

 

Trapeze bars This standing trapeze bar stand provides free standing capaility and can be used with bed headboard mount trapezes for maximum level of standing assistance.

 

Bed side commodes If you or a loved one are confined to bed, simple everyday tasks like going to the bathroom can become an issue.  A bedside commode will make life much easier if you're unable to make your way into your bathroom, but you need to be sure to get one that will meet your needs.

 

Wheelchairs are a wheeled mobility device in which the user sits. The device is propelled either manually (by turning the wheels by the hand) or via various automated systems. Wheelchairs are used by people for whom walking is difficult or impossible due to illness (mental or physical), injury, or disability.

 

Lift Chairs People with limited mobility may have difficulty getting up from a chair. Specially designed power lift chairs solve this problem. There are many lift chair features to choose between as well as a wide range of color and fabrics to match your home decor.

Geriatric Chairs Safe Patient Transport , Lateral Transfer Aid, Power Chairs, Manual Chairs.

 

Single and Quad Walking Canes Walking canes or sticks are great mobility aids for individuals that don't require the full assistance that a walker or rollator can provide. In most cases, a cane can assist the user in getting up and supporting weight on one or both of their legs. In terms of style, walking canes offer the most options. 

Wheel Walkers A rollator is basically a standard walker with tires attached. Unlike a regular walker, a rollator doesn't involve the lift that a normal walker requires. Makes walking a smoother process. A rollator however requires that the user be stable enough to not let it get away from them since it has wheels.

 

**ADDITIONAL BEDROOM EQUIPMENT AND AMBULATORY ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL OF OUR PRN MEDICAL SERVICES LOCATIONS.