West Yorkshire and Medilink member Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare will soon be attending the NAEP (National Association of Equipment Providers) conference in Kenilworth, UK on June 14th and 15th 2016.
The new look organisation will exhibit for the first time since the European integration of Drive Medical Limited and DeVilbiss Healthcare. The integration has allowed Drive Medical, one the fastest growing global manufacturers of durable medical equipment to join forces with the market leading DeVilbiss Healthcare and be able to provide one of the most respected brands in the respiratory and sleep categories within the healthcare industry. This will ultimately allow visitors to NAEP to enjoy an effortless customer experience with access to the entire range of innovative Drive DeVilbiss products.
“Together, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare will provide the UK healthcare and community equipment markets with one of the broadest and most extensive portfolios of durable medical equipment, specialist pressure area care equipment and respiratory & sleep therapy products.” Richard McGleenan, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare UK Managing Director stated, “Combining these products with services such as our national maintenance and decontamination programmes as well as equipment auditing and clinical services, we hope that delegates attending the NAEP conference can benefit from DDH’s seamless approach.”
Located on Stand 33, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare will be exhibiting a selection of their already established product brands such as Park House Healthcare, AquaJoy, Mountway, Casa, Wenzelite and DeVilbiss ranges as well as featuring four leading edge products selected through the NAEP Innovative Product Showcase. These include the Able Assist Adjustable Transfer Aid which provides a safe and easy solution for a carer wishing to transfer a client and the Red Raised Toilet Seat which is highly visible and colour contrasting, assisting dementia sufferers by minimising anxiety and boosting confidence. In addition, the Casa Nuova 4 bed which has been designed specifically for the community equipment market with a metal steel tube or mesh base making it quicker and easier to decontaminate. And finally, the Hybrid – Turn Mattress which has a 40 stone weight limit and sodium hypochlorite resistant cover, combining traditional benefits of high specification foam and true alternating therapy saving time and money.
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About Drive Medical:-
Drive Medical manufactures a complete line of durable medical equipment including mobility products, beds, bariatric products, wheelchairs, sleep surfaces and pressure prevention products, respiratory equipment, self-assist products, power operated wheelchairs, rehabilitation products, patient room equipment, personal care products and electrotherapy devices. Currently, the Company has corporate offices and distribution facilities in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Romania, Australia, China and Taiwan.
For further information, please visit www.drivemedical.co.uk
About DeVilbiss Healthcare:-
DeVilbiss Healthcare is a global manufacturer of respiratory and sleep products distributed in more than 80 countries throughout the world. It is one of the most valued brands in the healthcare industry. The principal corporate headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Pennsylvania, United States with distribution centres located throughout the US, as well as in France, Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Australia and China.
To learn more about DeVilbiss Healthcare, go to www.devilbisshc.com
The National Association of Equipment Providers (NAEP) founded in 1996, is an established membership association, which represents a broad spectrum of personnel working in all sectors of community equipment provision and their associated services within the UK. The NAEP National Annual Conference will be held at the Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth on 14th & 15th June 2016.
For further information, visit www.naep.org.uk