Early Mobilisation Chairs

Early Mobilisation Chairs

Why is early mobilisation in hospitals substantial?

The absence of early mobilisation chairs in hospitals can lead to significant challenges. Patients may experience delays in mobilisation, which can hinder recovery and prolong hospital stays. This delay increases the risk of complications such as muscle weakness, pressure ulcers, and joint stiffness, particularly in patients who are immobile. Healthcare staff may also face increased physical strain when assisting patients manually, potentially leading to fatigue and injury. Furthermore, patients' comfort and dignity may be compromised when their mobility needs are not adequately met. Without early mobilisation chairs, hospitals may struggle to achieve rehabilitation goals, potentially delaying the recovery process and discharge planning. To mitigate these issues, it is crucial for hospitals to invest in early mobilisation equipment to enhance recovery outcomes and improve overall patient care standards.

The Mobilise® range of Intensive Care and early mobilisation care chairs for hospitals are widely used throughout the UK.  These clinical chairs encourage early mobilisation, but are also are able to lay flat if needed.  Tilt in space, and safe sit-to-stand are also common features of the clinical chairs, along with a range of accessories; ICU or HD patients can be early mobilised safely and moved around.

We are a NHS approved supplier.  The full range of multifunctional early mobilisation profiling chairs for hospitals are available to purchase compliantly via NHS Supply Chain Framework or by contacting our sales team. We can then direct you to the appropriate NHS Supply Chain buyer who will provide a reference for your purchase.

These multifunctional care chairs can also be rented, by the day, week or month.  Get in touch here to organise a trial.


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17 products