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Sherman Oaks Medical Supplies carries many brands of hospital beds. From regular Semi Electric Hospital Beds to Long Term Care Beds, we have it all. Sherman Oaks Medical Supplies also has the option to rent out certain types of hospital beds.

Types of Beds We Carry:

  • Semi-Electric
  • Full/Total Electric
  • Bariatric
  • Full Electric Low Package

Brands We Carry:

  • Volker
  • Invacare
  • Drive
  • Carex
  • Herdegen

Special Hospital Bed Features:

  • Height adjustable
  • Adjustable head of the bed
  • Adjustable foot of the bed
  • Extender kit to adjust the length of the bed
  • Optional side rails (half or full) for safety
  • Available as either Semi-Electric or Full Electric (Full Electric hospital beds have a had controller to raise the hospital beds, while the Semi-Electrics have a manual crank.)

Long Term Care Beds

Long Term Care Bed Brands:

  • Medline
  • Joerns
  • Hill Rom
  • Invacare
  • Volker
  • ProBed Medical

Benefits & Features of Long Term Care Beds:

  • Maximum safety and comfort
  • Easy to clean
  • Rails included
  • Battery backup
  • Height adjustable
  • Adjustable headboard and footboard
  • Portable
  • Transfers made easy!
  • Some go as low as 7" or as high as 30"
  • Adjustable Beds

    Looking for the ultimate bed that molds to your body and provides maximum comfort? Flex-A-Bed might just be the perfect bed for you! Flex-A-Bed has a variety of models to choose from. Flex-A-Beds are available as either soft, medium, or firm comfort level and come in either in twin, full, queen, and dual king in 74, 80 and 84 inch lengths. All of the beds also come with locking castors that can be removed in order to decrease the bed height about another two inches depending on the model of the bed. Low profile mattresses also allow further decrease in the bed height. The mattresses are available in low profile, gel-infused memory foam, memory foam, latex or combination innerspring/memory foam.

    Styles of Flex-A-Beds available

    Hi Low Flex-A-Bed

    Hi Low

    • Perfect for those in home healthcare, or assisted living environments.
    • Great for easy transfers in and out of the bed
    • Available as wireless or wired controls
    • Available with dual times massage option
    • Optional side rails
    • Height adjustable setting from as low as 26" to as high as 33"
    Premier Flex-A-Bed


    • Height adjustable with a standard at 23 inches (Option to lower to 21 inches by removing the casters)
    • Premier comes with knit fabric quilt panel mattress
    • Heavy duty padded base
    • Option to attach head and foot boards to the bed
    Value Flex-A-Bed


    • One-touch wired controls
    • Heavy duty base
    • Locking casters
    • Option to attach to existing headboards.
    • Height adjustable with a standard at 23 inches (Option to lower to 21 inches by removing the casters)
  • Bariatric Beds

    Bariatric Beds

    Bariatric Beds are made especially for those who weight more than the standard hospital bed weight capacities. These heavy duty beds can have a weight capacity up to 750 lbs depending on brand and model.


    • Heavy-duty
    • Full-electric frame
    • Expandable bed frames
    • Adjustable head and foot sections
    • Adjustable height
    • standard with a battery backup
    • Locking castors
  • Hospital Bed Mattresses

    Hospital Bed Mattresses

    One of the most critical pieces of equipment for a patient's therapy and recovery is the Hospital Bed Mattress. Hospital Bed Mattresses are perhaps the most underrated and undervalued piece of medical equipment in the healthcare field, yet it's absolutely critical to provide the patient with the appropriate comfort and support to ensure a full and healthy rehabilitation.

  • Home Style Bed Rails

    Home Style Bed Rails

    What are the advantages of having side rails on the bed?
    • Providing a place to fasten bed controls that is within easy reach of the person in bed.
    • Provide a place to hold on to when getting into or out of bed.
    • Side rails may allow a person in bed to help with repositioning (turning) themselves.
    What are the dangers of having side rails on the bed?
    • Injury from a fall if a person climbs over the bed rail and falls. You may have a higher risk of injury than falling from the bed itself. The fall may be more awkward, causing more serious injury.
    • Injury if a part of the body gets caught between the bed rails, or the bed rails and the mattress.
  • Overbed Tables

    Overbed Tables

    Overbed Tables are a complimentary piece of medical equipment for Hospital Beds. One popular feature for home versions of Overbed Tables is the tilting top. Overbed Tables with this feature are often handy for reading, writing letters, or working a crossword puzzle.

  • Trapeze Equipment

    Trapeze Equipment

    Trapeze Equipment can provide assistance to both the resident and caregiver by enabling residents with appropriate cognition and upper body strength to participate in bed mobility and repositioning. Trapeze Equipment have a weight capacity of up to 1000 lbs.

  • Transfer Boards

    Transfer Boards

    Beasy Trans System Transfer Boards provide a safe and easy transfer from here to there without lifting.

Sherman Oaks Medical Supply is your home for medical supplies and rentals. With products such as Hill Rom hospital beds, you’ll prepare your loved one with the finest and most comfortable equipment pieces that are out today. Be sure to pick one up today at Sherman Oaks Medical Supply.