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Default Hill-Rom Resident Long Term Care "Hospital" Bed

Fully electrically adjustable home care bed (what is commonly called a hospital bed). There are two mattresses on it, one of them NP100 Prevention Surface. Not sure what the other one is. Pictures are available on request (couldn't figure how to add them to the post).

The ibed can be picked up in Charlotte, NC area or Philadelphia, PA* area (or, if necessary/possible, we could bring it to you). Because of the bulk of it, the bed can probably not be shipped.

We will consider any reasonable offer.

* The item is currently with us in North Carolina where my father in law lived when he passed away. We will be heading back to Philadelphia in a few weeks, and we could bring the bed with us.
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