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Overbed Tables  (2 Products)
People who are restricted to bed all or most of the time have difficulty accessing their personal items or favorite activities independently, a problem solved by an overbed table. This type of table has a rolling base that slides under the bed, allowing the table surface to sit directly in front of an individual. Tables have various weight limits for different items. Read More
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Accommodate daily activities with an overbed table

One of the main benefits of an overbed table is the freedom it gives users, whether they are restricted to bed rest or simply choose to spend most of their time reclined. Tables offer a large surface space, often measuring about 15 x 30 inches. This design permits people to enjoy their meals, read, do crafts, or handle paperwork from their beds. It's also a convenient way to store frequently used items, such as glasses, desk lamps, remote controls, and cell phones. A rolling bed table maximizes convenience for people at home or in healthcare settings, such as hospitals and long-term care facilities.

Laminate overbed table models resist scratching

Whether at home or in a healthcare institution, users want to enjoy the scratch-free appearance of a new rolling table. Most models have a laminate surface, which is scratch-resistant. Some options have a laminate wood finish, offering the classic look of a wooden work surface. This feature is important in healthcare facilities, where rolling desks are often used by multiple patients and must withstand constant use.

Compare height limits to find the ideal rolling bed table

Ideally, a laminate overbed table should sit a few inches above the legs of a person sitting upright in bed. This leaves plenty of room for comfortable movement while still keeping the desk surface at the right height for easy use. One of the main benefits of these models is their adjustable height. Most options adjust from 28.5 to 43 inches, so the same table can fit beds of various sizes. When adjusted to the high end of the height range, a mobile cart works with hospital beds that typically sit much higher than residential beds.

Various base models are available

These work surfaces come with several different bases. Some work with specific bed models, while others are designed to work with task chairs and beds.

  • H base, which balances the weight of the work surface and fits under beds
  • Low H base, featuring a lower work surface for low care beds
  • U base, which slides easily underneath beds and in front of chairs