Hospital StretchersLooking after your patients is highly important, especially in a hospital environment. Having the right sort of hospital stretchers provides support and comfort for the patient, helping them on the road to recovery. Hospital stretchers are key in transferring patients, either from ambulances into the hospital or around the hospital itself, helping to minimise the risk of aggravating an injury. Hospital stretchers are supportive and easy to move. If you require further information about hospital stretchers, please contact our support team on 020 7720 2266.
There are a number of different evacuation chairs and rescue stretchers that can be used to help get a patient to the hospital in the event of an emergency. But it is just as important that this level of support is still available once the patient has arrived. The use of hospital stretchers are ideal here, helping to transport the patient from the ambulance to the hospital without further risking aggravating an injury. Hospital stretchers can also be used to help move a patient around the hospital itself, providing and comfort and support while they do so.
Hospital stretchers are a convenient way of transferring patients. Hospital stretchers are designed for transportation, meaning they have the right handles and weight distribution to protect both the patient and the operator when they are being used. While it is important to maintain the comfort and support for the patient, the welfare of the operator must also be taken into account. Hospital stretchers should not be used by those who have not received the correct training.
Maintaining the comfort and support of a patient is essential when they are in the care of the hospital. The use of a hospital stretcher is a good way of knowing they are being provided with the same level of support as if they were in a bed.
There are a range of different hospital stretchers available through Evacuation Chair Shop. If you require further information, please contact our support team on 020 7720 2266 and they will be happy to help.