Overbed Tables NHS

Renray Healthcare offers a comprehensive range of overbed tables. Whether it's a plastic or beech wood finish, a tilting or non-tilting function, our diverse range of overbed tables contains the perfect solution.

Overbed Table Features

Our range boasts many impressive benefits, for example, the lightweight and durable designs provide increased manoeuvrability and a long-lasting product. Available in a variety of colours, our table designs come with a smooth, non-absorbent surface making them easy to clean and perfect for a busy hospital environment. They come fitted with gas spring-assisted height adjustment which increases the versatility of our overbed tables. Not only can they be used for patients who are bed-bound, but you can also adjust the height for patients who are sat in chairs too.

Overbed tables are the perfect addition to any healthcare environment including both care homes and hospitals. They can even be used at home, where patients are recovering from surgery, are bed-bound, or suffer from a disability. Daily tasks such as, eating, reading or completing a crossword can be completed with ease and comfort, thanks to their impressive versatility.

To find out more on the benefits of an overbed table, check out our impressive blog post here.

With over 50 years of experience, Renray Healthcare has been able to analyse the user experience and perfect our table designs. Our products are manufactured in accordance with many recognised British standards. As a result, we can provide an impeccable build quality and the highest customer satisfaction.

Renray Healthcare Overbed Tables

For more information on our overbed table range, you can check out the individual products above. Alternatively, you can download our brochure, call us on 01606 593 456 or use the online enquiry form. We're always here to help.

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