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  1. Joerns EasyCare Hospital Bed
    EasyCare® SE Hi-Low Homecare Bed
    • Rolls in low standard or optional at any height between 7" and 30"
    • Four-section mattress support platform
    • Hand pendant and optional staff control
    As low as $2,285.00
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  2. WeCare Hi-Low Homecare Bed
    WeCare Hi-Low Homecare Bed
    • Enhance confidence entering/exiting the bed with full range stability and foot placement
    • The split-frame design combines easy, one-person delivery with ultra-low bed height for fall prevention
    • Intuitive ergonomic hand pendant with 8-function control and integrated hook
    As low as $1,995.00
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  3. Lynacare HC107 Hi-Low Hospital Bed
    Lynacare HC107 Hi-Low Hospital Bed
    • Cardiac Chair Position, Trendelenburg & Reverse Trendelenburg
    • Frame features height mobility options as low as 7” off the floor to a 30”
    • Sleep deck can expand from 36” to 42” in width & from 80” to 84”
    As low as $2,475.00
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  4. Empresa® BodyMove Hi-Low Bed
    Empresa® BodyMove Hi-Low Bed
    • Bed raises to 31.5 in, enabling caregivers to complete care tasks at an appropriate height
    • No trailing wires. Wires fix securely to the bed frame, reducing the risk of damage and allowing safe use of a mobile hoist
    • Low head and footboards enable access for care tasks, such as hair care and lower limb dressing
    As low as $4,068.00
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  5. Accora FloorBed® Ultra Low Bed
    Accora FloorBed® Ultra Low Bed
    • Lowest possible bed frame on the market with a 2.8 clearance from floor to the top of the bed frame
    • Profiling functions: Backrest with Auto-regression, Kneebreak, Anti-Trendelenburg, Trendelenburg
    • Eliminates the need for side rails and features no trailing wires
    As low as $2,995.00
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  6. UltraCare® XT AdvanceCare Bed
    UltraCare® XT AdvanceCare Bed
    • Capable of Trendelenburg and reverse Trendelenburg positions
    • Decorative head and foot panels are standard
    • Light up, back lit controls for safety and ease of use
    As low as $2,945.00
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  7. Joerns 100 Bed
    Care 100 Homecare Bed
    • Therapeutic grid surface offers improved air flow and ultimate support for the sleep surface
    • Four-section mattress support platform offers full range of comfort and therapeutic positions, which may reduce skin shear
    • Staff Control allows caregivers flexibility to select which features may be adjustable by the resident
    As low as $1,925.00
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Long term beds are designed to maximize a patient's comfort when they must spend significant amounts of time in bed. These beds are versatile and electrically powered, and their adjustability helps to both maximize patient comfort and make caregiving easier.


Long term beds feature both head and knee adjustments so that the patient can sit up comfortably in bed. This action helps to avoid pressure sores by changing the patient's position, and also increases circulation after lying flat in bed for hours. Changing positions can also help to relieve muscle cramping and discomfort, and makes it easier for the patient to enjoy activities like watching TV or reading.


These homecare beds are also height adjustable, so you can change the height of the bed depending on what is needed at a particular time. Raise the bed to make interacting with and caring for the patient easier, and lower the bed when you're getting ready to transfer the patient.


Ordering a long term bed gives you the chance to customize many of the bed's features. You will often have the chance to select the bed's size, control type, and mattress. Some beds give you the chance to choose the head and foot panel colors. You will also select whether you need bed rails, and the type of bed rails that you need.


When ordering a long term bed, make sure that the bed's dimensions will fit in the room where you're planning on locating the bed. You will also want to check the bed's weight capacity to make sure that it can accommodate the patient.


Long term beds are designed to be comfortable for patients, and are easy to use. They minimize the amount of physical work required of the caregiver, and their motorized position changes make for a comfortable experience for the patient.