Can I rent a hospital bed?

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Can I rent a hospital bed?

Renting a hospital bed is a great option for those people who know they will only need one for a limited period of time and can prove to be the most cost-effective route to go down.

Eco Profiling Bed

Opera Care provide a professional hire service for care homes and private homes on a range of care and mobility equipment. We provide a hire rental service on a basis of a minimum of 4 weeks. Our installation team will install your hospital bed into your property and also de-install and collect the bed at the end of the hire period. Our profiling beds are available from £75/week.

Static foam mattresses can be purchased in full but are not available on a rental basis due to infection control reasons. However, alternating pressure air mattresses are available for hire from £90/week.

The Key Information

- There is a minimum hire period on all equipment of 4 weeks
- Hire payments are split into weekly amounts
- The bed becomes yours permanently after 12 weeks of continuous hire

Contact us now on 0333 222 8584 for more information on renting a hospital bed and to make your order.

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