Top Best Companies in Hospital Bed Market in 2021

Top Best Companies in Hospital Bed Market

Hospital beds are specially developed for patients to provide additional comfort, relief, and convenience during hospitalization. The increasing prevalence of diseases, frequent epidemics of pandemics such as corona, Ebola, and increased investments in healthcare facilities such as hospitals and clinics are the main factors driving the demand for hospital beds and, ultimately, market growth.

Today, leading players are continually working to improve the patient experience and provide caregivers with the necessary support. For example, in December 2018, Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (USA) launched the Early Sense continuous monitoring system for Hill-Rom’s Centrella Smart + bed platform for continuous frequency monitoring, cardiac and respiratory functions.

In October 2016, the Stiegel Meyer Group (Germany) launched a new Carino bedroom bed, suitable for centres and residences for rehabilitation or psychosomatic treatment. Also, several advancements have been made in the development of bariatric beds to promote user safety, simplify patient management for caregivers, and obtain significant clinical benefits.

Here are some best companies in a hospital bed.

Invacare Corporation

Founded in 1885 and based in Ohio, United States; Invacare Corporation is dedicated to the manufacture and distribution of home health and long-term care products that promote recovery and an active lifestyle. The company manufactures and distributes products are lie in three key product categories: mobility and seating, lifestyle, and respiratory therapy. The company offers hospital beds in a variety of mobility products and seats.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in various regions such as North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. The company has eight manufacturing plants in Europe and manufactures beds in Portugal and Sweden. The principal subsidiaries of the company are Invacare GmbH (Germany), Invacare SA (Spain) and Invacare BV (Netherlands).

Hill-Rom Holdings Inc.

Founded in 1969 and based in Chicago, United States; Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. is a manufacturer and provider of medical technology and related services to the healthcare industry. The company operates through three business segments: patient support systems, primary care, and surgical solutions. The company supplies hospital beds in the Patient Care Systems business segment.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in various regions such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. The principal subsidiaries of the company are Hill-Rom (USA), Hill Rom GmbH (Germany) and Hill-Rom Japan Co., Ltd (Japan).

Stryker Corporation

Stryker Corporation Founded in 1946 and based in Michigan, United States; Stryker Corporation and its subsidiaries operate as a medical technology company. The company operates through three business segments, namely orthopaedics; Med-Surg; and Neurotechnology and the Spine. The company supplies hospital beds in the Med-Surg line of business.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. The company has manufacturing and distribution facilities for Med-Surg line of business products in the United States: Michigan, California, Illinois, Washington, Utah, Florida and Texas.

Outside the United States, it has manufacturing plants located in Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Among the principal subsidiaries of the company is MAKO Surgical Corp. (USA), Stryker Japan KK (Japan) and Stryker (India) Pvt. Limited.

Getinge AB

Founded in 1904 and based in Gothenburg, Sweden; Getinge AB offers products for the healthcare and life sciences industries. The company operates through two lines of business, namely intensive care therapy and surgical workflows. The company expanded its medical bed’s portfolio, patient lifts and bathroom solutions by acquiring the Swedish company Arjo in 1995. The company supplies hospital beds in the intensive care sector.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in various regions such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. The principal subsidiaries of the company are ArjoHuntleigh GmbH (Germany), Getinge USA, Inc. (United States) and ArjoHuntleigh International Limited (United States).

Paramount bed holdings

Founded in 1982 and based in Tokyo, Japan; Paramount Bed Holdings Co., Ltd. is engaged in the manufacture and sale of beds, mattresses, and nursing and healthcare environments. The company operates through a segment to be presented, linked to the bed business. Along with its subsidiaries, the company also provides services such as inspection and maintenance of Paramount Bed products and the rental and wholesale of wellness care products.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in various regions such as North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. The company’s principal subsidiaries include Paramount Bed Co., Ltd. (Japan) and Sun network Corp. (Japan).

Joh. Stiegel Meyer GmBH & Co. KG

Founded in 1900 and based in Herford, Germany; Joh. Stiegel Meyer GmBH & Co. KG is dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and developing premium quality hospital and care products. The company’s product ranges from infant trolleys to intensive care beds and providing nightstands, transport chairs and stretchers and accessories.

With its subsidiaries and a strong distribution network, the company is present in more than 60 countries with distribution companies in Belgium, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Poland and South Africa. The company’s principal subsidiaries are Brumaire GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), Stiegel Meyer Sp. Zoo. (Poland), Stiegel Meyer SAS (France) and Stiegel Meyer Africa (PTY) Ltd (South Africa).

 

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