Mobilise CH4 ward chair
Mobilise CH4 ward chair
Mobilise CH4 ward chair
Mobilise CH4 ward chair

Mobilise CH4 ward chair

CH4

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An innovative ward chair ideal for elderly care with impressive low height which encourages sit to standing, this chair is manufactured in the UK, using UK materials which greatly reduces lead-times.

  • The chair can be laid flat to 160°.
  • Height adjustable via handset - 470mm - 670mm.
  • 160kg safe working load.
  • Sit to standing option.
  • Seat tilt with Trendelenburg.
  • Twin wheel 125mm castors with total lock or directional lock which makes the chair easy to move.
  • Thick cushion base with different seating options - depending on patient.
  • Tough, soft touch Dartex® Endurance material, with minimal stitching.
  • Strong, padded removable armrests.
  • Flat dimensions; length 1830mm x 560mm wide.

This product is on the NHS approved list. It can be purchased via the Medical Furniture Framework, contact your NHS Supply Chain buyer to obtain a URN.

Delivery of medical furniture hospital beds nursing home chairs

Standard Delivery (Orders Under £200) - £9.95
Arrives within 2 - 3 days

Delivery of medical furniture hospital beds nursing home chairs

Bulky Item Pallet Delivery (Orders Over £200) & Product Installation:

  • Courier Pallet Only: For you to assemble (2 - 3 days) -  FREE of charge

  • Standard Installation (5 - 10 days) - £95 with VAT relief

  • Premium Named Day Installation (2 - 5 days) - £145 with VAT relief

We serve all NHS, private hospitals, medical facilities and care home providers. Please note we currently do not sell to or deliver to domestic properties. The scope of our business is strictly the supply, repair, rental and maintenance of medical devices to care establishments; we do not have the facility to serve private individuals.

We have introduced a Non-Contact delivery method for all hospitals, care homes and medical facilities. 

Our delivery and courier teams are following best practice sanitisation procedures.