Hospital Beds

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Hospital Beds

Low price guarantee and free shipping on hospital beds for seniors and the disabled. Buy as a set that includes the mattress & side rails or just the bed frame alone.

Hospital beds are recommended for the elderly, infirm and handicapped who spend a lot of time in bed or require an economical bed with adjustable head and foot sections. They come in a variety of styles and sizes based on their electrical capabilities, size and user weight capacity.

Check out our "Hospital Bed Buyer's Guide" to find the best bed for your needs. 

Not the type of bed you are looking for? You may be looking for adjustable beds.

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Who needs a hospital bed?

Hospital beds are specialized beds designed for use in a healthcare setting, such as a hospital or nursing home. They are designed for patients who need additional support or assistance while in bed, such as the elderly and infirm and those recovering from surgery or illness, or those with chronic conditions.

What's the advantage of a hospital bed?

The main advantage of a hospital bed is that it allows for easy access and care for patients who may have mobility or health issues. 

What should you look for in a hospital bed?

When looking for a quality hospital bed, some important factors to consider include the bed's:

  • Weight capacity
  • Ease of operation
  • Durability.
  • Certifications and meeting safety standards such as those from the FDA or UL.

What's the main difference between hospital beds?

All hospital beds have head, foot and hi-low (bed height) adjustments, but the method of each adjustment will vary depending if the function is adjusted electrically with a hand pendant or manually with a crank.

  • Full Electric - Electric head, foot and bed height control
  • Semi Electric - Electric head and foot control, manual bed height
  • Manual - Crank adjusts head, foot and bed height manually
  • Heavy Duty (Bariatric) - Full electric, at least 42"

Most of the standard 36" wide full electric, semi-electric and manual hospital beds require no tools to assemble. However, it is recommended to have at least two people to assemble them because of the size of the parts.

Select either "Hospital Bed Frames" or "Hospital Bed Sets" first and then you will be able to sort by features. 

Can I rent a hospital bed for home use?

Yes, hospital beds can be rented for home use through your local medical equipment rental companies.

What is the weight limit for a hospital bed?

The weight limit for a hospital bed can vary depending on the size, specific model and manufacturer, but most 36" wide hospital beds have a weight limit between 350-450 pounds while hospital beds 42" wide or more have weight limits of 600 lbs. or more.

How do I adjust the height of a hospital bed?

The height of a hospital bed can be adjusted using the hand cranks or electric hand controls, depending on the type of bed. Semi electric hospital beds include a hand control which operates the head and foot sections up an down, but a crank to manually raise and lower the entire height of the bed. Full electric hospital beds include a hand control which operates all three functions - head, foot and entire height - up and down.

What are the dimensions of a standard hospital bed?

A standard hospital bed sleep surface is 36 inches wide and 80 inches long while the overall bed length which includes the head board and foot board is 88 inches long. For taller individuals, we also sell hospital beds with a 84" long sleep surface and are 92" long overall including the head board and foot board.

Can I sleep in a hospital bed with a broken leg?

Yes, hospital beds can be adjusted to accommodate patients with broken bones or other injuries.

Can I use my own mattress on a hospital bed?

Typically, no, because the hospital bed sleep surface is meant for a 36" wide by 80" long mattress that is also made to bend up an down with the head and foot sections of the hospital bed. The closest match of a non-hospital bed mattress would be an Twin XL mattress which is 38" wide by 80" long.

Are hospital beds covered by insurance?

It depends on the specific type of insurance and the reason the bed is needed. It's best to check with your insurance provider. Most insurances will cover at least part of the rental of a semi-electric hospital bed if the person medically qualifies. However, the insurance provider will need to provide you with the local medical equipment supplier(s) in your network since it is a rental.

Does Medicare cover hospital beds?

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)covers hospital beds as durable medical equipment (DME) that your doctor prescribes for use in your home." Source

How do I clean a hospital bed?

Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning the bed. In general, you should clean surfaces with a mild detergent and warm water.

How often should a hospital bed be serviced?

Most manufacturers recommend having a hospital bed serviced once a year or as needed. However, most manufacturers provide a user manual which includes assembly, service and care instructions.

What's your favorite hospital bed?

We like and recommend Invacare's full electric hospital bed 5410ivc. It comes with a FREE mattress and side rails. Nothing beats Invacare's quality and feature selections.

How much is shipping?
Shipping is free in the contiguous USA for all products listed on our website. Please contact us if you require shipping to Alaska or Hawaii.

What if I don't like it? What is your return policy?
Some products by law cannot be returned for hygienic reasons. For all others, we offer a 30-day return policy on most products. Damaged product may be returned and exchanged at no cost to you. All others will be shipped at the customer’s expense to the least costly location. A 15-20% restocking fee will also apply depending on the item. See our Policy page for more information.

You said you will match price if I found a cheaper price elsewhere. What do I need to do to get that low price?
Thank you for wanting to do business with us! This is explained in detail on our Policy page. First though, we like to advise customers that there may be hidden costs at other shopping sites such as shipping or tax. Or perhaps what you're looking at may not include options we include. Be sure you are comparing apples to oranges!

Do you bill Medicare?
In order to keep our costs down and offer greatly reduced prices, ADHME does not bill any insurance company. However, for certain products that Medicare may partially reimburse on a purchase (i.e., commodes, lift chairs, walkers and rollators), we do provide a detailed paid invoice which will include any product HCPCS billing codes. We suggest checking with your private insurance company about possible reimbursement from them with your paid receipt.






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