- You are paying a few dollars more for the full electric versus the semi-electric bed, and you will have more features.
- Bed height is adjustable with the press of a button for patients to use versus the hand crank beds which require more muscle work and some help from a caregiver.
How Much Does a Hospital Bed Cost?
When shopping for a hospital bed, you are going to pay a little more for added conveniences such push-button adjustments. Some other extras include bigger mattresses and added cost for sheets. It is important to remember you are paying extra for the convenience and comfort and that in some cases it is very necessary. Manual Hospital Beds Manual hospital beds require no electricity. These beds begin at the low price of 500 dollars. These beds can range between 598 and to about 669 dollars. Manual beds are best for the use of patients with little or no need for bed adjustments. With these beds’ positions are adjusted by using a hand crank. The lower price comes with some muscle work. Semi Electric This bed starts as low as 569 dollars and ranging to 1000 dollars or more. This bed comes with some electric features such as head and foot adjustments with the push of a button. With this bed adjustment to height must be made using a hand crank. The semi-electric bed is excellent for patients who do not require frequent bed position adjustments. Full Electric Full electric hospital beds can be as low as 649 dollars or as high as 2000 dollars or more. These beds come equipped with a remote to control bed positions and bed height. Some beds even control devices such as the television and lights. Some advantages you get when you purchase this bed versus a semi-electric are: