- Aerosol Therapy
- Bathroom Equip
- Enteral Products
- Patient Safety
- Positive Airway Pressure
- Support Surfaces
This device uses an air compressor to nebulize a hospice patient’s medicine treatments.
A waterproof chair with adjustable legs to accommodate different patients.
This chair comes with adjustable legs and can be used by the bed or in the bathroom. Available in bariatric size.
Tub Transfer Bench
Delivered with a backrest, this waterproof bench allows hospice patients to easily transfer in and out of the bathtub. Available in bariatric size.
PVC Shower Chair
Mostly used in nursing homes, this chair comes with a commode cutout as well as wheels for increased mobility.
Delivered and assembled on sight, this twin size bed raises at the head, knees, and height to keep the patient as comfortable as possible.
With every adjustment made from the bed control, this bed takes into consideration the comfort of the patient and that of the caregiver.
A full-electric bed specifically designed for fall risk patients. It comes with floor mats to provide the safest environment should the patient fall.
Also known as a wing tip mattress, it is raised at the edges to help keep the patient from falling or rolling out of bed.
When delivered, we program it to deliver the correct dosage as prescribed by the doctor.
This padded chair combines the mobility of a wheelchair and the comfort of a recliner. Also comes with a trey and available in bariatric size.
Available in almost every size, these wheelchairs are also delivered with a headrest.
The four wheels on this walker increase mobility while the seat and breaks allow for a comfortable seat if needed. Delivered with a basket. Available in bariatric size.
Side Rail Pads
Attached to a side rail, these pads keep the hospice patient safe as well as comfortable.
This pull cord device has several different settings for home or nursing facility use.
It fits snugly between the wheelchair armrests, keeping the patient from falling out of the chair.
A common tool of nurses and caregivers, a gait belt assists them in transferring a patient.
Non-Hospital Side Rails
Safety extends to regular beds as well to accommodate a patient’s preferences.
The dual intake and exhale functions work to assist the patient when breathing. Our drivers adjust every mask to every individual patient.
Concentrators, 5 and 10 Liter
A standard for every hospice patient, the concentrated oxygen created by this machine grants both mental and physical relief while adding a humidifier bottle prevents the nose from drying out.
Portable Oxygen Units
These E-tanks provide hospice patients with concentrated oxygen in case of a power outage. It also allows for the patient to travel as well.
Liquid O2 Base
Liquid oxygen lasts a lot longer than other oxygen with patients often only needing a refill once every couple of weeks.
Portable Liquid Units
If a patient has a liquid O2 base, the portable units allow them to carry a small portion of that oxygen in a lightweight, easy to use unit.
Oral Suction Machine
Delivered with connector tubing, the suction machine allows the caregiver to adjust the pressure to the appropriate level of the patient.
Gastric Suction Machine
Providing considerable less pressure than an oral suction machine, the gastric connects to the stomach.
Available in manual, electric, and bariatric, we provide all sizes of sling as well. Available in bariatric size.
Whether it is attached to a hospital bed or free standing, the trapeze assists patients in getting in and out of bed. Available in bariatric size.
Alternating Pressure Pad
Made to treat stages one and two bed sores, the APP fits easily over on any bed.
Low Air Loss Mattress
This twin bladder unit moves air over the bladders as well as through them, enabling it to treat stages three and four bed sores. Available in bariatric size.
Designed specifically for a geri-chair, the overlay allows the patient to be treated for stages one and two bed sores while outside of the bed.
Geri-Chair Low Air Loss
Like the geri-chair overlay, a low air loss designed to allow those with low air loss mattresses to continue treatment in a geri-chair.
With a wedge pillow, several different positions let the hospice patient remain upright while resting.