Stryker 2040 Motorized ICU Critical Care Bed
Stryker 2030 Epic II ICU Bed
Hill-Rom TotalCare Bed with Air
Hill-Rom P1900 TotalCare with Scale
Superior Quality In the Marketplace
We have been in the hospital bed and stretcher reconditioning business for 26+ years. Being the leader in reconditioned Hill-Rom and Stryker hospital beds, Piedmont Medical, Inc. has a rigorous 10-step process to ensure all the beds we sell adhere to the highest of standards. We have more refurbished hospital beds and used stretcher in stock than any other the dealer in the USA. We make sure you get the right product and excellent customer service.
State of the Art Reconditioning Process
- The hospital bed frame is visually inspected for bent or broken parts. Any bent or broken parts are repaired or replaced so that operating features function properly.
- The hospital bed frame is completely disassembled.
- The hospital bed frame is cleaned. All stickers and/or decals are removed, if necessary.
- The hospital bed frame, arm rails and pans (if applicable) is sanded completely in a separate room.
- The hospital bed frame and parts are then cleaned again to remove any dust or dirt.
- The hospital bed frame, arm rails, and pans are painted in a professional paint booth. If necessary, they are baked dry. They are left to dry for 24 hours before they are touched again.
- The hospital bed frame is then reassembled to include the following NEW parts, IF NECESSARY: *OEM casters and assembly for new brake and steer *Plastic wheel covers and arm rail plastics *Head and Foot Boards with your choice of inserts in each *Labels and/or decals *Capacitors and motor grease is replaced *Couplers
- The circuit boards are tested with 1 year replacement warranty.
- A final inspection of the hospital bed operating features is rechecked and electrical safety tested to ensure the hospital bed is performing to manufacturers standards.
- The hospital bed is shipped and wrapped in protective plastic. It is then blanket wrapped and can be positioned in custom stands for stability. Head and foot boards are shipped in boxes unattached to the hospital bed frame.