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Basic American Resident Rooms — It’s the Law, but It’s Our Joy Too!

A resident room in an extended care facility must contain a bed, an overbed table, a chair, a wardrobe (somewhere to hang clothes), and a nightstand. Of course, we follow this federal law in our extended care projects; however it is our absolute joy to do so! We love our customers and their residents, and we want to provide rooms

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After The Pandemic — How Homecare Will Help Our Seniors Age In Place

The rapid spread of COVID-19 through senior-care institutions across the country has caused families to question the safety of these facilities for their loved ones. After this pandemic, assisted living facilities and skilled nursing homes will struggle to overcome distrust of their safety. As the New York Times cites, more than 174,000 residents and staff of nursing homes and other

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10th Annual Movers & Makers Manufacturer of the Year Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Gwinnett-Metro Atlanta; March 29, 2021 Annual Movers & Makers Manufacturer of the Year Award Graham-Field is proud to win manufacturer of the Year Award in the 10th Annual Movers & Makers Awards by Partnership Gwinnett. Partnership Gwinnett is a public-private initiative dedicated to bringing new jobs and capital investment to Gwinnett County, Georgia. Partnership Gwinnett, in collaboration

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A New Ship: Announcing the Global Mercy™

The world’s largest civilian hospital ship designed to double the hope, double the healing. The dream was born long ago What if we designed a new hospital ship? One that could hold more patients? Support more volunteer crewmembers? Deliver more medical training? What if we build a vessel that could provide even more hope and more healing in Africa? Responding

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Our New Normal: Facing Medical Care After Coronavirus

Doctor visits have changed, in our post-coronavirus world. What challenges do patients and healthcare workers face as far as medical care is concerned in our new normal? Even as you make your appointment, you may notice some changes in procedure. You may be asked to wear a face covering for your appointment. Also, you will likely answer coronavirus-related questions before

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Choosing the Right Bathroom Safety Product For Your Toilet

So you have come to the realization that you need a toilet safety product installed to ease bathroom access or help prevent a fall. Great choice! Studies show that more than 234,000 injuries related to bathroom incidents are reported in the Emergency Room each year. Many risks increase with age. You are three times more likely to be injured in the

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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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Medical Tourism — The Globetrotting Patient

What is Medical Tourism? Medical Tourism is the movement of persons across international borders seeking medical, dental, or surgical care. Growing globalization has been one of the main igniters of medical tourism. Increasingly sophisticated technology in developing nations, combined with low air fare, makes international travel for medical attention not only possible but an attractive option. Why are people traveling, and where

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Women Do Things Better!

Add “Live Longer” to the list of things that women do better than men. Sorry, men, but research and reports on the life expectancy in the United States have always shown, and continue to show, that women can expect to live at least five years longer than men. And this is true not only in the United States, but throughout the world. Why

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