Now, more than ever, preventing infections in the hospital has become a top concern of caregivers.1 It’s one of ours, too. Our Unity furniture line fuses the comfort of home with the durability and cleanability caregivers expect – designed to meet the needs of the most demanding environments and intensive cleaning procedures associated with today’s infection control requirements.
1 in 31
According to the Centers for Disease Control, on any given day, about one in 31 hospital patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection.2
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Modern, durable and comfortable recliners are designed to be customizable to meet the needs of each department. Clinical and Treatment models were developed to meet the needs of both caregivers and patients to help aid in the recovery process and allow patients to get into a recliner sooner.
A Wall saver recline designed to help maximize space in compact patient rooms
B Clinical and Treatment models feature transfer arm options to allow for caregiver access to help better facilitate safe patient handling, transfers and early mobility
C Full 360° clean out with gap between seat and back
Our modern and durable Glider offers a smooth, low-range rocking motion to help users relax.
A Curved armrests remain stationary, providing a safer way to get in and out of the chair
B High density Ultracell foam for comfort, durability and performance
Sit, relax or sleep in comfort
A Cleanable nonporous frame with self-skinned urethane (SSU) armcap finishes
B Easy to use pull handle, requires minimal effort to open up into a lounge or sleeper
C Fold down backrest extends into a sleeping surface without requiring additional wall clearance
Relax or sleep in comfort
Choose from a variety of stylish and durable seating options
A Select flexback models with torsion control mechanism provide a gentle rocking motion for the chair
B Full 360° cleanout with 0.5 inch (13 mm) wide gap between seat and back
C Easily cleanable nonporous frame constructed with reinforced steel and SSU armcaps
D Select bariatric models to complete your space
1. The prevention and reduction of healthcare-associated infections is a top priority for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HAI and Antibiotic Use Prevalence Survey: Overview. https://www.cdc.gov/hai/eip/antibiotic-use.html. Retrieved February 8, 2021.
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