A floorline hospital bed, sometimes referred to as a low-height hospital bed or low-profile hospital bed, offers a specialized solution aimed at ensuring patient safety, especially for those who may be prone to accidental falls from their bed. These beds feature a unique design element: that when lowered, they rest very close to the floor, effectively minimizing the chances of injuries that could occur if patients were to unintentionally roll off the bed.

This distinctive design not only addresses the important issue of fall prevention but also provides an added sense of security for both patients and caregivers.

In this discussion, we will explore the advantages and practical uses of floorline hospital beds, highlighting how they contribute to a safer and more comfortable healthcare environment.

Key Features of Floorline Hospital Beds:

Reduced Height:
The defining feature of a floorline bed is its significantly lower height compared to conventional hospital beds. These beds are engineered to sit closer to the ground, typically with a clearance of just a few inches, making it easier for patients to access and exit the bed safely.

Fall Prevention:
Fall prevention is a paramount consideration in the design of floorline beds. The low height minimizes the distance a patient would fall if they were to accidentally roll out of bed, significantly reducing the risk of injuries, fractures, or other fall-related complications.

Adjustable Features:
Despite their lower height, floorline beds still retain the versatility of adjustable features found in traditional hospital beds.

  • Hi and Low adjustment
  • Electric backrest with contour adjustment
  • Electric knee-bend with leg lift function
  • Trendelenburg Position  and Reverse Trendelenburg Position
  • Comfort position

Patients and caregivers can adjust the head and foot positions to find the most comfortable and therapeutic configurations.

Comfortable Mattresses:
To ensure patient comfort, floorline beds typically feature high-quality mattresses that prioritize both support and pressure relief. This helps patients rest well while maintaining their safety.

The adjustable height of the floorline bed makes it more accessible for patients with mobility challenges, enabling easier transfers from wheelchairs or mobility aids.

Caregiver Assistance:
Caregivers benefit from the reduced risk of strain and injury associated with assisting patients in and out of bed due to the bed's low profile.

In summary, floorline hospital beds offer a unique and valuable solution to the challenge of falls prevention, especially in the care of elderly individuals and those with mobility limitations. Their design, safety features, and focus on patient comfort make them an essential component of modern care environment.



Sophisticated, stylish, and intelligent bed that takes every feature to a new level

  • Ultimate in versatility and is ideal for home care and aged care environments
  • Electric high/low function
  • Electric knee-bend and autoregression backrest
  • Electric trendelenburg & reverse trendelenburg function
  • Expandable mattress section – single to king single
  • The ultra-low floor height of 110mm reduces the risk of injury from falls
  • The hand control is simple and easy to use
  • 8 x 75mm locking castors
  • Supplied with removable and locking beech woodgrain head & footboards
  • Grey powder-coated steel frame
  • Optional Timber side panels for aesthetic appeal
  • Also available in Lindberg Oak, Idyllic, or Havana timber boards & side panels

Size: Single

  • Castor Type: Single Brake
  • Overall Width: 970mm
  • Overall Length: 2180mm
  • Sleeping Surface: 900mm x 2000mm
  • Height Range: 110mm - 740mm
  • Safe Working Load: 200kg

Code: 16-0246

  • Size: King Single
  • Castor Type: Single Brake
  • Overall Width: 1070mm
  • Overall Length: 2180mm
  • Sleeping Surface: 1070mm x 2000mm
  • Height Range: 110mm - 740mm
  • Safe Working Load: 200kg


SKU 16-0245