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Can I Rent a Hospital Bed for my Home?

The Freedom Mobility

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I can't thank Kelly and her staff enough for how helpful and caring they have been during my mother's recovery. It is obvious that they have the client's best interests in mind. I highly recommend this company!
- Jill Layton Alperstein
Customer

While it may be nice to finally be home from the hospital, you may be missing the versatile and adjustable nature of a hospital bed. Your bed at home may be nice, but hospital beds are specifically designed to keep you comfortable and properly supported as you recover.

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As someone who’s been providing mobility equipment rentals to Maryland for years, we wanted to take some time today to talk about some of the reasons you should rent a hospital bed.

Hospital Beds Can Become Specialized

Hospital beds come in different shapes and sizes to suit your needs. Low beds are perfect for patients who may be prone to fall out of bed, and having rails installed on your bed can also help you maneuver in and out. Hospital beds can also be outfitted with a low air-loss bed, something similar to an air mattress. These beds can help to relieve some of the pressure of a person’s body weight from pressing into the bed, which can help with preventing bed sores and ulcers. They can also be more comfortable for burn victims or skin graft patients.

Control Mechanisms

Most modern hospital beds are electric, so they can be raised and lowered via remote. Controls can allow you to lower both the head and foot of the bed, as well as the level of the whole bed. This can be very helpful for both caregivers and patients. There are also non-electric beds, called gatch beds, that are controlled by working hand cranks. These cranks are located at the foot of the bed and require a caretaker who can bend down to use the cranks. If you’re looking to rent a hospital bed for your home, you need to work with a professional Maryland mobility equipment company.

The Costs

Renting a hospital bed typically costs roughly between $200 and $400 a month, but buying a bed can cost anywhere from $500 to $10,000, though most standard electric models cost around $1,500. If you’re planning on having the bed for a long time, buying may be the better option for you, but if you’re only planning on having the bed for a few months, you may want to rent.

Work With an Experienced Mobility Equipment Rental Company in Maryland

Here at Freedom Mobility, we’ve been providing our mobility equipment rental services to Maryland for years, and we’ve enjoyed every moment of it. Dealing with your mobility issues by yourself can be extremely stressful, and we’re here to help. Our team of Maryland mobility equipment experts is standing by ready to assist you, so give us a call today.