Patient Lifts and Hoyer Lifts in Brampton and GTA

Hoyer Lifts, also known as Patient Lifts, are essential mobility devices that greatly simplify the process of transferring patients. Whether individuals have limited mobility or require assistance in their day-to-day routines, using a sling lift can significantly improve their quality of life. Additionally, caregivers will find that utilizing a patient lift streamlines their work and enhances overall efficiency. At our company, we offer a range of comfortable, convenient, and affordable patient lifts, including manual, powered, and heavy-duty options.

We take pride in our ability to ship our Hoyer Lifts and Patient Lifts across Canada. Furthermore, we provide delivery services to the Greater Toronto Area, with three conveniently located facilities near Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, and other parts of the Toronto area. Our team of mobility specialists is dedicated to assisting you in selecting the perfect Hoyer lift or patient lift that meets your specific needs and budget.

Patient Lifts & Hoyer Lifts at Mobility Specialties

At Westin Healthcare, we are proud to offer a wide range of patient lifts, including Hoyer Lifts. These lifts are specifically designed to provide a safe and efficient way to transfer patients. With proper training, any caregiver can easily operate a patient lift.

The Hoyer Lifts available at Westin Healthcare are equipped with a comfortable sling that securely holds the patient. This sling is then attached to a hydraulic mechanism, which can be operated manually or with the assistance of a battery. The hooks and attachments ensure that the patient is securely fastened during the transfer process.

When it’s time to transfer the patient, the caregiver can effortlessly lift them up using the Hoyer Lift. The patient can then be safely moved to a new position and gently eased out of the sling once the transfer is complete. With Hoyer Lifts, the stress and strain of patient transfer are greatly reduced.

If you’re in need of a reliable and user-friendly patient lift, look no further than our selection of Hoyer Lifts at Westin Healthcare. These lifts provide a simple yet effective solution for transferring patients with ease and confidence. Don’t let the burden of patient transfer weigh you down – choose Hoyer Lifts for a safer and more efficient caregiving experience.

We are proud partner of Joerns Healthcare, Drive Medical, Span America, Handicare, Medline, Tollos, Beka and more for our patient lifts and patient handling products

Difference between various Patient Lifts

Mechanical Patient Lifts or Hoyer Lifts

Mechanical lifts are patient lifts that utilize a crank mechanism to safely lift and lower patients. Unlike powered lifts, manual lifts do not rely on batteries or electricity. These lifts are designed with efficient gearing mechanisms that require minimal energy, but they do require manual cranking. Here are a few examples of manual lifts available in the market:

  1. Hoyer Advance Professional Manual (Model: HOYADVANCEH) – This lift has a capacity of 341 pounds.
  2. Medline Manual (Model: MDS88200D) – This lift has a capacity of 400 pounds.

Electric Patient Lifts or Hoyer Lifts

Electric lifts, also known as powered lifts, can be categorized as either electric or battery-operated. They are equipped with an electric motor that can be either DC/battery operated or AC operated. Battery-powered lifts can be recharged using an AC outlet. While some of these lifts are larger in size, there are also smaller ones available that offer convenient portability between different rooms.

Here are a couple of examples of electric lifts:

  1. Hoyer Advance Professional Electric (Model: HOYADVANCEE) – It has a weight capacity of 341 pounds.
  2. Drive Medical Electric (Model: 13240) – This lift can support a weight capacity of 450 pounds.

Sit to Stand Patient Lifts

Sit-to-Stand Lifts, also known as “Stand-Up lifts,” are designed to assist patients in transitioning from a seated to a standing position. These lifts utilize straps or belts to facilitate the movement. The patient relies on their own strength to pull themselves up into the desired position. One of the advantages of these lifts is their narrow width, allowing easy passage through narrow doorways. Additionally, they are typically smaller and lighter compared to standard lifts.

Here are a few examples of Sit-to-Stand Lifts:

Heavy Duty or Bariatric Patient or Hoyer Lifts

Heavy Duty Lifts, also referred to as bariatric lifts, are specifically designed to cater to individuals weighing over 500 pounds. These lifts are built using durable heavy gauge steel and are made extra wide to accommodate larger individuals comfortably. Additionally, the casters used in these lifts are larger and stronger to provide adequate support for heavier loads. Some of these lifts are also foldable, allowing for convenient storage when not in use. Moreover, they come equipped with a 6-point cradle, which enhances stability during lifting operations. Here are a few examples of Heavy Duty Lifts available in the market:

  1. Drive Medical Heavy Duty Bariatric, model number 13244, with a weight capacity of 600 pounds.
  2. Medline Powered Base 700, model number JBS802, with a weight capacity of 700 pounds.