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Enhance your patients' comfort and ease your workload in intensive care and elderly care wards.



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On Mobilise CH5 Chair: Both standard and bariatric sizing

NHS & Private Hospitals

We work closely with ICU, HD, ED’s & day surgery professionals to provide equipment that can encourage early mobilisation, increase throughput and minimise manual handling risks.

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Care Home Groups

Caremed Alrick has a division dedicated to the long-term care sector, working with groups across the UK.

We provide healthcare equipment to purchase or rent, and we offer service and repair on all of our products. We aim to swiftly deliver any critical equipment.

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Mental Health, Older Adults

Working with facilities who care for vulnerable and frail adults within mental healthcare, we provide a range of ultra-low floor level beds, specialist reduced ligature profiling beds as well as pressure care mattresses and fall sensors.

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Our Accreditations

Some great feedback!

I suggested what would work for us, you listened and went the extra mile to deliver exactly what was needed. A massive thank you!

Ward Manager, Day Case Unit, Manchester

The early mobilisation chair helps us get Critical Care patients out of bed, with less resource – ultimately this leads to a shorter stay in ITU.

Physio, Critical Care, London

Our main issue is transporting patients out into the hospital grounds. Unit chairs are difficult to manoeuvre. However, an early mobilisaton chair solves this problem.

ITU, Sunderland Royal

When using a multifunctional chair, it is brilliant and far simpler to be able to pat slide patients rather than hoist them. 

Physio – ICU & Surgery