Prime Care Bed Model P301

Product Summary

  • Quiet, smooth operation/Easy-to-use Hand Pendant electrically controls Head/Foot positioning and overall height of the bed frame for maximum comfort and versatility for the patient and caregiver
  • Clip-on pendant mounts on bed rail, within easy reach to operate all adjustments
  • Contour Chair adjustability helps provide added comfort and relaxation positioning for the resident and facilitates caregiver accessibility
  • Edema foot ratchet elevates the foot end of the bed
  • Roll at any height convenience, plus steer control provides easy maneuverability
  • 4 heavy duty locking casters secure bed from rolling
  • Adjustable wall saver minimizes distance between wall to bed frame to prevent damage with/without optional Trapeze
  • All Steel frame and no sag slat deck construction provides superior strength, durability, mattress support and is easy to clean
  • Choice of 3 Bed End Styles (option) and 5 attractive wood grain laminate colors will compliment most any décor
  • Optional Assist Bars/Rails help with resident entry and exit from bed
  • 450 lbs weight capacity*
  • 80" sleep surface
  • 35" width w/optional expansion to 42"
  • 8" low height; 26" hi working height
  • Intertek ETL Classified
  • Certified to CAN/CSA Std C22 2 No 60601-1
  • Conforms to ANSI/AAMI Std E60601-1, IEC Std 60601-1
  • International Protection (IP) 54
  • CE Safety Certification
  • Warranty: 15 years on frame; lifetime on welds; 3 years on electronics

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Sleep Surface 80"
Base Width 35"
Optional Width Expansion 42"
Working Height 26"
Low Height 8"
Weight Capacity 450 lbs.*
Warranty 15 Year on Frame, 3 Year on Electric and Lifetime on All Welds
Note *Incl. resident, mattress, bed ends, assist bars, all access, personal items.


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* This information is not intended to be, nor should it be considered billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to Medicare Program and should consult an attorney or other advisor to discuss specific situations in further detail.