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Patient Lift

Portable, Lightweight, Electric Patient Lift

(Preferred over a Hoyer Lift)

30% Off Internet Special

This product is available for purchase online at the discounted price (see below)

Patient Lift

Patient Lifts

Patient Lift
Light Weight Portable and Electric

We've sold several different models of portable patient lifts but this has been our favorite portable patient lift for years now. It is made from aircraft aluminum which makes it very strong and lightweight. It folds up and can easily be put in the trunk of a car or stored when not in use. It makes an excellent patient lift for traveling by plane or car. It is electric and easy to maneuver.

We also offer an overhead Ceiling Lift for situations where a permanent lifting device is required.

Portable Patient Lift Features:
  • Versatile and mobile patient lift
  • Easily used by only one caregiver
  • Lowers and raises electrically
  • Excellent for common patient lifting situations like transfers from bed to wheelchair, to the toilet or bathtub, or lifting fallen patients up from the floor
  • Variable foot-controlled undercarriage width
  • Extremely lightweight
  • Very easy to manuever
  • Foldable and transportable
  • This Patient Lift is safer and more comfortable than a Hoyer Lift
  • Lifting Capacity 330 lbs.

Sling sold separately. Call our office for pricing at (866) 902-9800.

Internet Special Price - $3693.00

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