Hospital Bedside Lockers

Patient bedside lockers are the workhorse of a ward area and we design them to withstand the rigours of a demanding hospital. With over 50 years of experience, we have meticulously tested each locker design to ensure we are continuously providing the highest quality of hospital lockers. 

 

Renray Healthcare supply a popular range of patient lockers in a variety of bright and exciting colours that will brighten up your wards and, in turn, only add to the welcoming appearance of the space. Our successful ranges of hospital bedside lockers offer both quality craftsmanship and a product that will endure the test of time and patient turnover. Although robust, the designs are lightweight and compact which ensure they are easy to manoeuvre for both staff and patients.

 

Furthermore, we offer a smaller two drawer locker that comes fitted with one-piece plastic moulded drawers and smooth surfaces, ensuring cleaning is quick and easy. A bottle holder, capable of holding 3 x 1.5L bottles, is fitted enabling patients to stay hydrated throughout their hospital stay. The larger combination bedside lockers include a self-medicating drop-down flap which allows patients to store and access their medication with ease.

 

The safety of a patients personal belongings is very important which is why nearly all of our hospital lockers come fitted with a range of locking options including suited locking and Master keys. Patients can store their belongings securely for overnight stays whilst staff can also store medication away from visitors and children.

 

As the UK’s largest leading furniture supplier to the healthcare sector, Renray Healthcare is guaranteed to have a bedside locker for you. Available in a wide array of finishes and built using over 50 years of experience, your decision has never been easier. Contact us today on 01606 593 456 or email us at info@renrayhealthcare.com for additional information.

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