GF Health Products, Inc. is Proud to Introduce the Grafco® Bariatric Foot Stool

Features of the Bariatric Foot Stool, shown above, include: Sturdy, welded cross brace construction allows more weight – 500 lb weight capacity Safely reach items with nonskid, ribbed rubber mat platform and rubber-tipped legs Easy to maintain; no assembly required 1” steel legs Ideal for Exam Room or other uses One-year limited warranty Graham-Field’s Grafco line, including but not limited

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GF HEALTH PRODUCTS, INC. ACHIEVES CERTIFICATION TO ISO 13485:2016 / MDSAP

Atlanta, Georgia, October 4, 2019: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GF Health Products, Inc., Designer, Manufacturer, and Distributor of Medical Devices, Joins North America’s Elite; Certifies Operations to ISO 13485:2016 and MDSAP (https://www.fda.gov/media/90179/download) for the following locations: One Graham Field Way, Atlanta, Georgia, 30304, United States; 336 Trowbridge Dr, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 54937, United States; 33 Plan Way, Building 2, Warwick,

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GF Health Products, Inc. Introduces the Lumex® Overbed Table

GF Health Products, Inc. is proud to introduce the Lumex Overbed Table, combining an attractive, ergonomic design with features that minimize dirt-collecting areas to reduce infection control issues. Manufactured with the lowest base in the industry, the Lumex Overbed Table moves easily under any hospital bed or recliner. Standard features include: The lowest-profile base on the market — designed to

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Senior Living: How to Make your Resident’s Room Feel Like Home

Resident rooms in the Senior Living industry can easily become too “clinical”. With codes and regulations to comply with, it takes a creative mind to give that resident a room that feels warm and inviting. As designers, it is our job to put ourselves in the resident’s shoes and put together rooms that can turn the clinical atmosphere into a

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GF Health Products, Inc. is Proud to Introduce the Hausted® Exam Room Furnishings Exam Table Line

Atlanta, Georgia, July 16, 2019: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GF Health Products, Inc. is proud to introduce the Hausted Exam Room Furnishings 4200 Series and 4600 Series Exam Tables. Both 4200 and 4600 Series Exam Tables feature the following: Three 18” x 20.5” x 4” (46 cm x 52 cm x 10 cm) metal pass-through drawers (accessible from both sides) Two

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Independent Living — Helping your Senior Loved One Remain in Their Home

My introduction to the challenges of independent living began five years ago when my wife and I became care coordinators for her elderly grandfather. He’d had a serious fall years before, which limited his mobility; and though in the early stages of dementia, he was insistent that he wanted to spend his twilight years in his own home, surrounded by

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When Height Matters …

A walker or rollator can help you or your loved one maintain independence by allowing you to walk alone, without assistance. These mobility aids provide a wonderful service to the aging population! Research has shown that they contribute to self-esteem, since losing your independence can have a negative impact. But what happens when your stature and lack of knowledge about

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Basic American’s Diverse Design Capabilities — Have Your Cake And Eat It Too!

Let’s talk cake… I love cake. I mean, I really love it. But I don’t mean just any cake… I mean the good stuff. I am talking about a baked from scratch, seven-layer decadent chocolate cake from the bakery down the road. You know, the bakery that rolls out fresh chocolate croissants every morning and has the best coffee in

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Digital Electronics Meet Extended Care Beds

It’s a smart move to use smart technology electronics. Technology has an impact on how we operate every day. What’s Important about Beds in an Extended Care Facility? Reliability Reliability is imperative. Caregivers have too many other things to worry about; bed functionality shouldn’t add to their list of concerns. Digital bed electronics produce consistent results every time, while analog electronic

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Act Now! Develop a Fall Prevention and Protection Program

Whether caring for a patient at home or in a facility, fall prevention, and protection can be a major challenge. Patients with higher risk factors such as lower body muscle weakness, balance or vision issues, and memory disorders require intervention to minimize the risk of injury from falling. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 800,000

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