Did you know that nurses, aides and caregivers rank higher than construction workers in
injuries? Most of that is due to attempting to lift and transition patients who cannot move on their own. We have a solution for you to remarkably lower risk of injury to both patients and care-givers. AccessNSM in New York is proud to offer a wide selection of Patient lifts and accessories to cut down both hazards and time spent on lifting and transitioning patients. Our compassionate experienced professionals are ready to meet at no obligation in your home or medical facility to determine the best possible patient lift for your particular needs.
We partner with Prism Medical/Handicare, the most respected manufacturer of Patient Lifts in America. Our lines include portable floor Patient Lifts, overhead lifts (both portable and installed on overhead rails), hygiene patient lifts to assist with toileting, and bariatric lifts to move heavy patients. We carry a full line of therapy lifts including sit to stand, walking lifts, and standing lifts with a huge assortment of slings, belts and hammocks to fit different situations. AccessNSM carries the Molift systems. If you are caring for a family member in your home, we can help take a big load off you with the proper patient lift—whether the need is to transfer from bed to wheelchair, to lift to change linens, to reposition, or to move to another surface. Our local professionals also work closely with medical facilities to make sure they are equipped with the proper tools to move patients with little risk of injury.
We are always adding the latest innovations and products to our list of accessibility tools to help those with mobility issues to find new ways to move through life. Our branch in New York is ready to serve individuals, caregivers and medical institutions with all their accessibility solutions. It is our mission to serve you. Contact us at our New York location. Fill out our Contact a Branch form and we will contact you, or chat with us online on our home page where it says, “Let’s Talk!”