Goodwill Home Medical Equipment

Goodwill Home Medical Equipment Now Offering Refurbished Hospital Beds

 
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Ewing, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/06/2014 -- Goodwill Home Medical Equipment is now offering refurbished hospital beds at their Ewing, New Jersey location. All fully electric home hospital beds are restored to like-new condition and come with side rails and a new mattress. These units are perfect for bedridden patients who require home care, but can also be used to equip nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and outpatient clinics. Anyone looking to buy hospital beds in South Jersey can find what they are looking for at Goodwill Home Medical Equipment.

The donation center inspects every item as it is dropped off to ensure safety and functionality. Dedicated volunteers work hard to meticulously sort through donated supplies and determine their usefulness. Anything beyond repair is stripped for parts that are either recycled or reallocated to fix other equipment. Goodwill Home Medical Equipment employs methods that help minimize waste and maximize the use customers can get out of medical supplies.

Fully electric home hospital beds offer elevation options for the head, foot, or whole bed. Adjustable rails and electronic buttons make operation easy for caretakers and even the most impaired patients. Lockable wheels allow for safe relocation of the bed and its occupant. New hospital beds can cost up to $100,000. Save money and get the same quality with a refurbished, like-new bed.

Have an old bed that is no longer in use? Goodwill Home Medical Equipment accepts donations at all times. They are also always seeking applications for volunteers interested in refurbishing medical supplies in the donation center. Those seeking to donate or buy hospital beds in Philadelphia or South Jersey can visit the store or the company’s website.

About Goodwill Industries
Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Philadelphia is a nonprofit, community based organization. Its mission is to help people with special needs get to work. The large scale collection and sale of gently-used items in Goodwill’s retail stores fund job training programs and other career services that prepare individuals with disabilities and disadvantages for competitive employment in the community. Goodwill Home Medical Equipment operates as a division of Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Philadelphia.

For more information, please visit http://www.goodwillhomemedical.org/.