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Maryland Hospital Beds & Accessories

It’s always nice to be home after a hospital stay, but you have to admit that a hospital bed is a lot more suitable for recovery (and even for resting) than your regular bed. Hospital beds make it easier to move in and out, shift positions, as well as improve comfort and safety through a variety of detachable accessories. Freedom Mobility offers comfortable and durable hospital beds and accessories to customers in Hanover, Owings Mills, Columbia, Towson, Rockville, Annapolis, Glen Burnie and many other locations in Central Maryland. From mattresses to safety rails, we cover all of your medical equipment needs.

The hospital beds we carry can accommodate almost any weight and come with easy-to-operate automatic controls. All of our beds are fully electric and are supplemented with battery backups to supply power in case of an outage. We understand that a hospital bed in a home care environment often fulfills a temporary need, which is why we also offer hospital beds for rent in Central Maryland.


Non-Powered Mattresses

Repeated head of bed elevating and the patient’s concentrated weight combine to expose the seat section of a mattress to the highest level of mechanical fatigue. Our mattresses are tapered for feet to provide pressure reduction and offer protection from “bottoming out.” The high-density sectioned technology offers a combination of resiliency, recovery and comfort to make an excellent solution for many patients.

Our non-powered mattresses are made with high-density materials designed for and tested in hospital care conditions. They also come with durable vinyl covers that make caring for such mattresses incredibly easy. The cover creates an anti-bacterial, waterproof and anti-static surface you can wipe clean if spills or other accidents happen.


Powered Alternating-Pressure Mattresses

You or your loved one may benefit from a state-of-the-art, specialized alternating pressure mattress. This is an air mattress equipped with the technology to re-distribute pressure from areas of your body most prone to developing pressure sores. Such mattresses consist of numerous air cells that can be deflated and inflated on a set schedule, which also helps improve airflow and reduces moisture content between the body and the mattress.

Below are some of the common features our alternating pressure mattresses come with:

  • Customization for patient weight and positioning
  • Settings: alternating pressure, low air-loss, static float, auto firm and seat inflation
  • Suitable for any long-term or homecare wound treatment protocol
  • Cell-on-cell design to prevent bottoming out during a power outage
  • Digital pump with choice of four alternating pressure cycle times
  • Upgraded low-friction, anti-shear stretch cover
  • Low-pressure alarm with audio and visual indicators
  • 400-lb. weight capacity
  • Also available with 4″ raised air bolsters to help reduce the risk of falls and entrapment


Low Hospital Beds

A low hospital bed is used for patients who have difficulty getting in and out of higher beds. These beds are also suitable for patients who have a tendency to fall out of bed, yet installation of guard rails is either not possible or undesirable. Falls from a lower bed are less likely to cause a significant injury.

Low hospital beds have adjustable head and foot panels that allow the patient to comfortably switch to a sitting or reclining position. You can make this transition easily with a push of a button on your remote control. However, keep in mind that low beds don’t have adjustable height, which means they always stay low. If this is a concern for your caregiver, a hi-low hospital bed might be a better solution.


Hi-Low Hospital Beds

Hi-low hospital beds are perfect for a home care situation where a caregiver is involved. It can be difficult, uncomfortable and often ineffective for a caregiver to try to administer a treatment or perform a procedure on a patient using a low bed. A hi-low bed can be easily raised to a desired level that makes the job easier for the caregiver. Our complete line of hi-low hospital beds is built for the caregiver’s ease of use and safety.

  • Safety-stop helps reduce the risk of serious injury, should a hand or other body part become caught between the bed frame and surface.
  • The maximum height makes it easy to care for patients; the low height makes it ideal for Alzheimer’s patients and any other patient at risk of falling.
  • The bed moves from its lowest to highest height within seconds and without any horizontal movement, eliminating wall damage.
  • Battery backup keeps the bed functioning in the event of a power outage.

Hi-Low Hospital Beds


Bed rails are a great safety feature that prevents patients from falling out of bed. But they can also double as grab bars, helping patients to steady themselves or pull themselves up. At Freedom Mobility, we offer a variety of comprehensive bed rail solutions, including:

  • Full and Half Bed Rails can span the whole length of the bed or just cover the head portion.
  • Bed Assist Bars provide help getting in and out of bed.
  • Bariatric Head and Foot Section Rails protect from rolling out of bed.
  • Extra-Tall Bed Rails for higher mattresses.
  • Standard Assist Rails for standard use.

In our Central Maryland bed rails store, you will be able to find the appropriate solution for your comfort and safety needs. Our medical equipment specialists will be happy to advise you on the latest bed rail products and the specific features they offer.

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Halo® Safety Rail

We carry the innovative Halo® Safety Rail system, also known as Halo® Safety Ring. This device is essentially a series of grab bars connected at different angles. It can be installed on one side of the bed or on both, depending on the position of your hospital bed and your unique needs. This device is FDA-approved and is widely used in assisted living facilities. What’s unique about this design is that it helps reduce entrapment concerns and prevents mattress movement.

Halo® Safety Rail comes in two options: the standard hospital bed model and a model for use with other beds. This means you might be able to install it on your regular bed if you are not using a specialized one. And with its durable steel construction and a 1,000 lb weight capacity, this rail will serve you for a long time!

If you or a loved one are in need of a hospital bed and/or accessories, contact us today and get a free quote.

Halo® Safety Rail

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