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Rental Equipment

Family 1st Medical offers a wide variety of products that are available to rent if you are not looking for something to own or just require something for a short period of time.

Mobility Aids

Walking Aid - Rollator
  • Rollator Walkers
  • Scooters
  • Electronic Patient Lift (Hoyer Lift)
  • Knee Scooter

Wheelchair Rentals

  • Transport Chairs
  • Standard Wheelchairs
  • Power Wheelchairs
  • Wheelchair Cushions
  • Roho Cushions

Oxygen Concentrators

  • Rental of the oxygen concentrator
  • Rental of a backup system (includes cylinder & regulator)
  • Free set-up (if the rental period is less than 30 days a set-up and equipment rental fee may be charged)

If you have any questions please contact our respiratory team at respiratory@family1st.ca

man fishing with son with portable oxygen system

Bed Rentals

Hospital Bed Rental
  • Hospital Beds (Electronic Standard)
  • Hospital Beds (Electronic Deluxe)
    NOTE: Hospital beds are taxable without Rx
  • Hospital Bed Mattresses
  • Hospital Bed Rails
  • Over Bed Table
  • Trapeze Bars
  • Air Mattress+ Pump
  • Mattress-V-4- With Inserts

Miscellaneous Items

SAD Lamp Rental
  • Daylight Lamps (SAD Lamps)
  • CPM Machine
  • Aerosol Units
  • Suction Unit/Aspirators
Note

Please note certain rental items require a minimum one-month rental fee. Items vary depending on availability and office locations. Please call the Family 1st Medical location nearest you to discuss product availability, rental periods and pricing.

As of July 21st, 2020, Family 1st Medical requires patients and visitors to wear a non-medical mask when entering any of our locations.

 

The health and safety of our clients is our top priority.

We want to do everything we can to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.

Family 1st Medical asks that all patients and visitors bring a non-medical mask to wear when entering any of our locations.

Please remember that masks are not a replacement for physical distancing so it’s still necessary to maintain a distance of two metres (six feet) where possible.

It is also important to continue frequent hand washing, practice respiratory etiquette and avoid touching your mask and face.

Thank you for your cooperation as we work together to protect our families, our communities and our most vulnerable.