Chicago Medical rental

Bed, Scooter, Wheelchair rental in Madion

Call (720) 378-3745

benefits of renting vs buying: * cost less * no stress for storage after use * no installation hassle * no reselling value (if you buy)

we will deliver 3 hours away from Chicago

popular medical rental services

Wheelchair rental

Wheelchair

Wheelchair Rental pricing:
$35/Day
$75/Week
$115/month
$100 after first month
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Scooter power chair rental

Scooter & Power chair

Scooter & Power chair Rental pricing:
$80/Day
$135/Week
$340/month
$300 after first month
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home hospital bed rental

Hospital Home Bed

Hospital Home Bed Rental pricing:
$375/Month
$50 delivery
$400 after first month
1 month min
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Portable Ramps

Portable Ramps

Wheelchair ramp rental pricing:
$65/Day
$80/Week
$90/month
$85 after first month
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cpm machine

CPM machine

continuous passive motion| CPM Rental pricing:
$70/Day
$250/Week
$370/month
$200 after first month
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Knee walker & scooter

Knee walker & Scooter Rental pricing:
$35/Weeks
$10 delivery
$65 /2 weeks
(2 wks min)
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hoyer patient lift

Patient lift

Medical lifts rental pricing:
$65/Day
$80/Week
$90/month
$85 after first month
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Lift Chair

Lift Chair

Medical recliner chair| lift chair Rental pricing:
$120/Day
$200/Week
$290/month
$200 after first month
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Knee walker & scooter

Knee walker & Scooter Rental pricing:
$35/Weeks
$10 delivery
$65 /2 weeks
(2 wks min)
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"My aunt can finally get around on her power scooter! very friendly staff! thanks a lot !" Chenia D, Chicago IL

"The staff at Chicago Medical rental were friendly and helpful. My bed was already installed before I came home from hospital. The experience made me want to shop at Chicago Medical Rental again and refer people as well" Marilyn S, Milwaukee

More about our rental serivces

We are Chicago hospital bed rental, located in Chicago at 18165 VERSAILLES LN Hazel Crest, IL 60429. We have been servicing customer in need of hospital bed in and around Chicago and surrounding towns. Our excellent customer services is what define our rental group. Chicago hospital bed rental will ensure that your medical beds rental are delivered and installed with special care. We guarantee a very low rental rate compare to Chicago competitor (including delivery fees- customer service). You will pay less for your hospital bed rental than our competitor. Below are some of the wording that customer search online to find us online: used adjustable beds, rental near me in Chicago, hospital beds, bariatric hospital bed, full electric hospital bed rental for home use, renting hospital beds near me, bed trapeze rental, etc.

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18165 VERSAILLES LN Hazel Crest, IL 60429 We are located in the heart of Chicago Illinois and will deliver to the following area and surrounding:
Chicago, IL -Aurora, IL -Elgin, IL- Joliet, IL -Kenosha, Wisconsin- Naperville, IL Arlington Heights, IL- Berwyn, IL- Bolingbrook, IL-Cicero, IL- Des Plaines, IL- Evanston, IL Gary, Indiana- Hammond, Indiana- Mount Prospect, IL- Oak Lawn, IL- Oak Park, IL- Orland Park, IL Palatine, IL- Schaumburg, IL- Skokie, IL- Tinley Park, IL-Waukegan, IL -Wheaton, IL Other Locations we served: -1 Berwyn 2 Bolingbrook, 3 Brookfield - 4 Cicero 5 Downers Grove 6 Elmhurst 7 Franklin Park 8 Glen Ellyn 9 Hillside 10 Hinsdale 11 La Grange 12 Lisle 13 Lombard 14 Melrose Park 15 Naperville 16 Oak Park 17 West Chicago 18 Wheaton 19 Woodridge 1 Evanston 2 Wilmette 3 Kenilworth 4 Winnetka 5 Glencoe 6 Highland Park 7 Lake Forest 8 Lake Bluff 9 Skokie 10 Glenview 11 Northfield 12 Northbrook 5 North Chicago 6 Round Lake, Richmond, IL - Spring Grove, IL - Antioch, IL - Russell, IL - Greenwood, IL - Wonder Lake, IL - Bull Valley, IL - Mchenry, IL - Mccullom Lake, IL - Johnsburg, IL - Lakemoor, IL - Volo, IL - Round Lake, IL - Fox Lake, IL - Pistakee Highlands, IL - Round Lake Beach, IL - Grayslake, IL - Wildwood, IL - Third Lake, IL - Gages Lake, IL - Grandwood Park, IL - Lake Villa, IL - Old Mill Creek, IL - Rosecrans, IL - Zion, IL - Waukegan, IL - Park City, IL - Nort Chicago, IL - Green Oaks, IL - Winthrop, IL - Beach Park, IL - Lindenhurst, IL - Gurnee, IL - Wadsworth, IL - Winthrop Harbor, IL - Lakemoor, IL - Lake Forest, IL - Island Lake, IL - Wauconda, IL - Ivanhoe, IL - Mundelein, IL - Vernon Hills, IL - Lake Bluff, IL - Crystal Lake, IL - Prairie Grove, IL - Ringwood, IL - Sylvan, IL - Highwood, IL - Highland Park, IL - Glencoe, IL - Winnetka, IL - Wilmette, IL - Evanston, IL - Deerfield, IL - Northbrook, IL - Glenview, IL - Golf, IL - Lincolnwood, IL - Skokie, IL - Morton Grove, IL - Northfield, IL - Niles, IL - Park Ridge, IL - Des Plaines, IL - Riverwoods, IL - Lincolnshire, IL - Buffalo Grove, IL - Wheeling, IL - Prospect Heights, IL - Elk Grove Village, IL - Arlington Heights, IL - Mt Prospect, IL - Palatine, IL - Long Grove, IL - Schaumburg, IL - Kildeer, IL - Hawthorn Woods, IL - Sylvan Lake, IL - Lake Zurich, IL - Deer Park, IL - Inverness, IL - Hoffman Estates, IL - Hanover Park, IL - Bartlett, IL - Streamwood, IL - South Barrington, IL - Barrington, IL - Lake Barrington, IL - Barrington Hills, IL - Sutton, IL - Fox River Grove, IL - Cary, IL - Algonquin, IL - Carpentersville, IL - West Dundee, IL - Elgin, IL - South Elgin, IL - Gilberts, IL - Lake In The Hills, IL - Village Of Lakewood, IL - West Highland Acres, IL - Campton Hills, IL - Eiburn, IL - Kaneville, IL - Big Rock, IL - Sugar Grove, IL - Oswego, IL - Montgomery, IL - Aurora, IL - Batavia, IL - Geneva, IL - St Charles, IL - Naperville, IL - Wheaton, IL - Carol Stream, IL - Bolingbrook, IL - Downers Grove, IL - Lombard, IL - Elmhurst, IL - Countryside, IL - Oak Brook, IL - Oak Park, IL - Cicero, IL - Bridgeview, IL - Oak Lawn, IL - Gary, IL - Crown Point, IL - St John, IL - Schererville, IL - Highland , IL - Hammond, IL - Calumet City, IL - Whiting, IL - Blue Island, IL - Harvey, IL - Chicago Heights, IL - Park Forest, IL - Matteson, IL - Frankfort, IL - Tinley Park, IL - Mokena, IL - Orland Park, IL - Plainfield, IL - Shorewood, IL - Joliet, IL - Elwood, IL - Manhattan, IL - New Lenox, IL - Lockport, IL - Crest Hill, IL - Romeoville, IL - Wilton Center, IL - Andres, IL - Bradley, IL - Bourbonnais, IL - St George, IL - Manteno, IL - Peotone, IL - Momence, IL - Grant Park, IL - Sollitt, IL - Ahern, IL - Cedar Lake, IL - Lake Dalecarlia, IL - Lowell, IL - Schneider, IL - Lake Village, IL - Roselawn, IL - Lowell, IL - Dinwiddle, IL - Hebron, IL - De Motte, IL - Boone Grove, IL - Winfield, IL - Lakes Of The Four Seasons, IL -

What to Consider When Renting a Hospital Bed from Chicago our company

Electric Home Hospital Beds are jam-packed with convenient features

There is always a need for assistance whenever you or your loved ones are recovering from surgery, injury as regards to sleep surfaces which will offer long term support. Since it takes a more extended hospital stay for full recovery in most situations, there is always a need to have a bed with better support and convenient features. This around such patients will be a good help for them to achieve their full recovery. It will also be easier for their caregivers who tend to have rest of mind when managing such patients.

Full Electric Home Hospital Bed

There are some great features seen with standard electric home hospital beds available in the market now. Those features that are of most significant benefit or importance to both patients and caregiver are mainly three; controllable backrests, ability to elevate leg and foot portion and more comfortable to raise or lower the full bed. These features need to be present in an electric bed to make it modern. Firstly, their backrests can be controlled to move up and down. The downwards position has to be made in such an ideal mode to enable comfortable sleeping, napping and resting while also designing the upwards position to fit for eating without stress, reading, watching TV. Foot and leg elevation feature is the second important feature which is designed to help patients have their legs and foot portion to be raised easily when needed. Whenever the patients in question are suffering from back pain or requiring their legs and feet to be elevated, you don’t need to stress yourself looking for help around; the feature will help reduce pain, swelling or accelerate healing of a lesion, will benefit from this feature. The third feature which is all about the ability to raise or lowered the whole bed is a common feature that might also be tagged uncommon because of the easier mode of raising or lowering the bed that is automated. You don’t have to call on someone to do this before the bed can be raised or lowered. Those patients for whom a standard bed is usually too high or low, it will be required for them to move into a standard position safely and comfortable can decide to lower or raised the bed to make sure they can stand up whenever there is a need for it. Those features make the job of the caregiver easier in managing those patients on electric bed. Caregivers will tend to see the home hospital bed’s downwards motion very convenient even towards the services provided by him or her since it facilitates transfers between different devices – from a bed to wheelchair for example. The caregiver will also benefit from the bed’s upward motion when it comes to providing personal care to the patient.

Whenever we describe electric bed, we need to ensure these three essential features are there to have it meet the necessary requirement required by most patients for more extended in-hospital stay. These three features are fundamental. In situations where you need, an electric home hospital bed either for rent or purchase, there are several stores where such can be found. The common features of most beds now available in the market is to have it equipped with the simple touch of a remote control button. Patients in need of full purchase based on their respiratory ailments might need those type of bed equipped with features that allow a Trendelenburg position to enable proper and comfortable rest that helps their breathing.

When you need to make the right choice regarding hospital beds or associated adaptive bedroom equipment, this task might be a very daunting one. Even the single thought of redesigning your bedroom, removing your beautiful furniture and having to replace it with all this medical equipment, is usually overwhelming. This is generally difficult to imagine both physically and psychologically. You have to consider these aspects and what offers around to overcome them on time and make the right choice. In many of those difficult situations, thought of avoiding it may ensure but you know what is best and right for you or your loved ones.

After accepting the reality of the situation and decide to go ahead with the choice, the process of making this switch might seem complicated and stressful since there is some option trying to force their way in. You might then need to take into consideration those options and evaluate them to identify if any meet the need for your ailment or loved one's condition. You will also need to explore the accessories with those options.

Manual, electric, or somewhere in between?

The common choices available are mainly three in number. They are either a manual bed, semi-electric bed, and full-electric bed.

Manual Hospital Beds:  What makes this tagged as the manual is simply because its positions and height are controlled manually. There is a crank that will be used anytime needed to change the bed position. Patients that do not need any form of constant bed position change will have the manual type of bed as the best option. The range of position will also have to be considered since not all have the required range of position to keep them meet the features seen in electric bed. As a result of such, electric bed might still be the best option for the patient. In terms of cost, the manual bed is cheaper when compared to electric types.

Semi Electric Hospital Beds: The main feature with the semi-electric bed is the availability of motor, which helps controls the adjustments that is needed for the feet and head. Hence, by pushing the button, the position can easily be changed. Despite this control, the height control is manual. In case where the head and legs need to be changed frequently, with less height change, a semi-electric bed might be perfect. The semi-electric beds are usually a bit more expensive than the manual beds; however, you get the added benefit of not having any manual work needs to adjust the two ends of the bed.

Full Electric Hospital Beds: This is a type of hospital bed that has it features controlled by the use of a remote which is linked with sides of the bed. All the different positions needed can be changed without stress. Appropriate height for different ailment can be set or adjusted to when needed. All controls are with a press of a button. When patients need to have the bed lowered or raised, it can quickly be done. In cases where there is need for frequent adjustment of positions, electric bed option will be the best for the patients.

SHOP HOSPITAL BEDS

There are several other options that make it easier to find the right hospital bed for our patients or loved ones. Patients with high risk of falling, it will be essential to have a hi-low bed option considered. This will help be the best and most secured type for the patients. This is simply because of the feature that makes the bed goes down to as low as 7 inches off the ground hence such type of patient with high risk of fall will only fall from low height thus injury impact will be minimal. The use of safety floor mat will also help minimize any form of injury that will be incurred as a result of the fall. The use of bed rail also supports this type of patient to avoid falls.

In bariatric hospitals, beds option support those type that is of heavy-duty. This type of bed is made specially for patients with weight range between 350 to 1000 pounds. Durability seems to be the key to the design. They are also more of semi-electric to accommodate; They are designed to more durable and much semi-electric to accommodate the needs of semi-electric bariatric patient.

Mattresses

This is another essential part of the bed structure that contribute towards the comfort and convenience of patients when in a more extended period of treatment. There are different type of mattress available. The common ones relative to hospital care is the innerspring mattress. It usually has more or less same as the normal mattress. This option goes well for patients with short duration of attention in the hospital. For those with more extended periods, the foam prevention mattress will be the right choice since that category of patient needs something that will make them feel lot better. This also prevent patients or reduce the risk of painful bedsores. The essence of the foam prevention on them all is that found to be associated with prevention of long bed stay associated problems. Those patients that already have sores or an ulcer, the right choice for them will be an alternating pressure relief mattress. This will be designed in a way to have their air cells inflated or deflated to offer the required soothing relief for the patients.

Hospital Bed Accessories

The primary type of hospital bed accessories that need to be considered and checked adequately for is the bed rail, or bed canes (this prevent patients from falling & assist with getting in and out of bed). Patients that need help with repositioning themselves or turning over in bed will find such very useful to them. Some of those patients come with added support while some are with feet on the ground. There is another type with board that goes underneath the mattress. Those accessories are constructed to prevent the patient from climbing over the rails since such can be dangerous. Patients with the need for more than just the necessary help as regards to getting up, lots of hospital beds will need those beds with a trapeze bar connected to it. Patients can independently use this to pull themselves up into a sitting position.

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