Queen Size Hospital Bed
When trying to find a queen size hospital bed, people often become confused because hospital beds don’t actually measure like normal beds. But have no fear! Even though a hospital bed that’s queen size may not be available, there are hospital-grade sleeping surfaces that can fit on bariatric beds in order to create a queen size hospital bed for home use. And no matter how large of a hospital bed one needs, AvaCare Medical has many different size beds available from some of the best brands.
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Queen Size Hospital Beds Are Hard to Find
The primary reason why people have a hard time finding queen hospital beds is that hospital bed sizes are markedly different from regular bed sizes. Hospital beds are normally only 36 inches wide, but 80 inches long. The length is the size appropriate for a normal Queen size bed, but the width is actually just narrower than that of a twin sized bed frame.
Queen size regular beds are approximately 54-60 inches wide by 80 inches long. A version closest to a queen size medical bed in our inventory is that of a larger bariatric model, measuring about 54 inches wide and 94 inches long. Many people, therefore, do consider these bariatric models to be Queen sized beds because they are somewhat comparable in size. However, the width is more equivalent to that of a full size bed frame. These models do prove much longer, though, as full size beds are often only about 75 inches long. There are some pressure mattresses that are the same width and height as a queen size bed, but these often would require a width extender to accommodate a queen sized larger sleep surface on it.