The Mobilise® range of Intensive Care and early mobilisation care chairs are widely used throughout the UK and are acknowledged as the most versatile seating platform for the critical care environment. Also used as hospital recliner care chairs in the UK for ED, waiting areas and recovery chairs.
These early mobilisation chairs are all available to purchase compliantly via the NHS Supply Chain Framework and by contacting our sales team, you can be directed to the appropriate NHS Supply Chain buyer who will provide a reference for your purchase.
Purchase or Hire | Intensive / Critical Care | High Dependency | Trauma / Orthopaedics | Made in Britain
The Mobilise® Layflat® CH5 chair is suitable for Intensive, Critical and High Dependency care; laying 100% flat, with an innovative leg-rest which greatly encourages sit to standing, and is manufactured in the UK.
- Easily, quickly and safely mobilise critical care and trauma patients.
- Designed alongside physios, this chair enables early rehab of a patient.
- Eliminate hoist transfers by pat sliding from bed to chair.
- Encourage easier sit-to-standing with the innovative retractable leg rest.
- Establish a shorter length of stay on intensive care by commencing rehabilitation at an earlier stage.
- Can also be used as a hospital recliner chair.
160 KG SWL AND 51-56CM SEAT WIDTH
250 KG SWL AND 56-66CM SEAT WIDTH
SERTAIN™ NEURO INTENSIVE CARE CHAIR
Purchase or Hire | Intensive / Critical Care | Acquired Brain Injury | Stroke
The neuro chair is an advanced version of our Intensive Care & Trauma care chair, adding thoracic supports and active / therapeutic pressure care to enhance the function further for complex neuro / neuro rehabilitation patients.
- Easily, quickly and safely mobilise and sit out your neuro critical care and trauma patients
- Eliminate hoist transfers by pat sliding from bed to chair – especially appropriate with spinal patients
- Enable early rehab with the Sertain® Platform for Care
- Establish a shorter length of stay on intensive care by commencing rehabilitation at an earlier stage