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Rent Comfortable

Hospital Beds Today!

Choose between our basic & premium style packages to get the best comfort for you or your loved one

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50,000+ Customers Served

Fully Electric

Headboard, footboard and height of the entire bed is controlled by remote, making it easy to transfer patients around

Safe Support

Patients may choose between half or full size bed rails that may assist in getting in & out of the bed or fall prevention

Sore Prevention

Our premium foam mattress can help prevent bed sores before they occur. Contact us for optional upgrades

Keep your independence at home when you rent a hospital bed

  • Don't spend sleepless nights at the hospital waiting to be released

  • Choose half rails to easily get in and out of the bed by yourself

  • Easily elevate the head and foot sections for easy transport

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Our Trained Professionals will deliver and setup the bed

  • Same day delivery may be available in most cases

  • Our team will show you how to use the bed once it's installed

  • Easy rental and extension process - month to month

Mary W.

Great experience! Honest staff and helpful explanations for items I didn't know about. Pricing is almost more reasonable compared to other places I've seen in Houston

Ashley K.

EXCEPTIONAL service!! The staff goes above and beyond to ensure that their customers needs are met

Kyle W.

I want to start off by saying this medical supply store is by far the best. Any questions I needed answered, the staff did well in helping. I will be back soon!

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