King Size Hospital Bed
King size hospital beds are sometimes difficult to find. While there are hospital beds that are considered to be king sized (and we have them here at AvaCare Medical), the truth is that measurements may be a lot different than those of standard beds. There are many benefits to having an extra long hospital bed, and one needs to look out for certain features in order to find the one that suits a patient’s or user’s needs.
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What is a King Size Hospital Bed?
Hospital beds enhance the at-home recovery or mobility experience of a patient or homebound individual. Regular king size beds have a different width and length compared to a regular mattress. Most of them are generally 72-76 inches wide and about 80-84 inches long (surprisingly about the same length as a queen size bed). The largest bed to be found is a bariatric hospital bed which has a smaller width and a longer length when compared to a normal king-sized bed. King size hospital bed frames (the largest in bariatric beds) are generally about 54-60 inches wide and about 94 inches long.