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Patient Lifter Rentals

Homepro Medical delivers Manual Patient Lifters, Electric Lifters, Stand-up Lifters and Powered Sit to Stand Lifters for short-term and long-term rental needs. We deliver to Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, Westchester, Connecticut, and Northern New Jersey. Home delivery includes in-home training and set-up of the lifter. Call 1-800-437-3677 for a reservation or fill out the reservation form here.

Powered Wheelchair Rental Rates
Powered Wheelchair Type Weekly Monthly
Manual Patient Lifter
Manual Patient Lifter
$90 $215
Powered Patient Lifter
Powered Patient Lifter
$175 $375
Manual Sit-to-Stand
Manual Sit-to-Stand Lifter
$110 $235
Powered Sit-to-Stand
Sit-to-Stand Lifter
$195 $415
One-Time Delivery & Pick Up Fee: $75 *
Slings sold separately.
Available Patient Lifter Sling Options
M
(Medium)
L
(Large)
XL
(X-Large)
2XL
(2X-Large)
Manual Patient Lifter Slings
13223M
$121.00
13223L
$121.00
N/A 13221XXL
$133.00
13221M
$126.00
13221L
$126.00
13221XL
$134.00
13221XXLC
$138.00
Sit-to-Stand Lifter Slings
R130
1-Size (S/M/L): $124.75
R131
$151.35
N/A
R134
1-Size (S/M/L): $128.80
R136
$159.65
N/A
Powered Patient Lifter Slings
R110
$102.20
R111
$102.20
N/A R140
$109.00
R114
$109.45
R115
$109.45
R116
$109.45
R141
$124.65

We rent the same type of Patient Lifters that are used in healthcare facilities and residential settings. A Patient Lifter is a device used to transfer a patient from one resting position to another. They can help prevent injury to the patient as well as the caregiver.

Manual Patient Lifter Powered Patient Lifter Manual Sit-to-Stand Powered Sit-to-Stand

Manual Patient Lifter


Power Patient Lifter


Manual Sit-to-Stand Lifter


Powered Sit-to-Stand Lifter

Rental Rate
Weekly Monthly Weekly Monthly Weekly Monthly Weekly Monthly
$90 $215 $175 $375 $110 $235 $195 $415
One-Time Delivery & Pick Up Fee: $75 *
Slings sold separately.

We rent the same type of Patient Lifters that are used in healthcare facilities and residential settings. A Patient Lifter is a device used to transfer a patient from one resting position to another. They can help prevent injury to the patient as well as the caregiver.

We also offer a comprehensive selection of slings to be used with your lifter. Slings come in different styles and designs to ensure patient comfort and safety and are sold separately.
 

Slings for Patient Lifters
Name M
(Medium)
L
(Large)
XL
(X-Large)
2XL
(2X-Large)
Manual Patient Lifter Slings
Drive Full Body, Mesh without Commode 13223M
$121.00
13223L
$121.00
N/A 13221XXL
$133.00
Drive Full Body, Mesh with Commode 13221M
$126.00
13221L
$126.00
13221XL
$134.00
13221XXLC
$138.00
Sit-to-Stand Lifter Slings
Standing Sling R130
1-Size (S/M/L): $124.75
R131
$151.35
N/A
Transport Sling R134
1-Size (S/M/L): $128.80
R136
$159.65
N/A
Powered Patient Lifter Slings
Invacare Full Body, Mesh without Commode R110
$102.20
R111
$102.20
N/A R140
$109.00
Invacare Full Body, Mesh with Commode R114
$109.45
R115
$109.45
R116
$109.45
R141
$124.65
What to Consider When Renting a Lifter from Homepro Medical
  • Evaluate the situation to figure out which lifter is best for your needs:
    1. What physical state is the patient in? Partial weight-bearing? Non-weight bearing? Will they be able to assist with the transfer?
    2. How many assistants will be needed in order to transfer the patient?
    3. Do you have a sling that will fit the patient correctly without causing discomfort or further injury?
    4. How much does the patient weigh?
    5. Which surfaces will the patient be transferred to and from? (Wheelchair, Bed, Commode)
    6. What is the level of patient cooperation?
  • The Lifters that Homepro offers have a weight capacity of 450lbs.
    We do not rent any Bariatric Lifters over 450lbs at this time.
Manual Lifters versus Power Lifters
  • Manual lifters (also known as Hoyer Lifters) use hydraulics in order to safely and securely raise and lower the patient. There is a lever that must be pumped in order to raise the lifter. Manual lifters require some upper body strength for pumping the device and are not recommended for those with back problems.
  • Power lifters are battery powered and use an electric motor which is quiet and undetectable. The motors raise and lower the patient in a secure manner with a button that controls the vertical functions of the lifter. There is also protection if the power fails with a manual override that will allow you to lower the patient if necessary.
  • Power lifters also come with the option of a Manual or a Power Base. The Manual Base is standard and means that the legs of the lifters must be manually opened and closed with the provided lever. The Power Base means that there is a button that controls the opening and closing of the legs, which can provide an added measure of convenience to the users.
Sit-to-Stand Lifters versus Standard Lifters
  • Sit-to-Stand manual and powered lifters (sometimes referred to as SARA Lifters) are ideal to be used with patients that have partial weight-bearing capabilities. The sit-to-stand lifters only maneuver the upper body of the patient and require the patient to use some leg strength in conjunction with the lifter. The patient places their knees against the lifter, and uses contra weight (pressure) to lift the patient into a standing position. There is a non-slip footplate that the patient stands on while in transition. It is important to note that this type of lifter requires the patient to be mentally aware of their participation. The Stand-up lifter uses a different type of sling to raise the patient to a standing position and assists in transferring.
  • Full Body Standard lifters support the entire weight of the patient and are ideal for those with no weight-bearing capabilities. These lifters use a Full Body sling in order to transfer the patient completely from one station to the next. There is no physical responsibility placed on the patient during this transition.
  • We rent and sell manual Sit-to-Stand Lifters as well as Power Stand-Up Lifters (with weight capacities of up to 600lb).
Patient Lifter Safety Tips
  • Two assistants are recommended for transferring a patient with a Lifter, but it is possible to use only one assistant. This should be left up to good judgment and a proper evaluation of each individual situation.
  • The lifters come with a feature that allows the base legs to spread and close accordingly. The legs should be open while transferring a patient, but can be closed when the lifter is being stored. The closed legs also make it easier to maneuver the lifter through doors or hallways. Most of the legs are short enough to fit under a bed, making it easier to access the patient. Spreading the lifter legs does not increase the weight capacity of the lifter, but it does provide stability and helps prevent tipping.
  • The lifter is most stable when the legs are fully opened and properly locked.
  • It is also important to select the correct size sling for the patient. If the sling is too big, the patient is at risk for slipping out. If the sling is too small, it could be uncomfortable for the patient and it will not be a stable transfer. Pressure from a tight sling during transfers might also cause skin tears which should always be avoided. Also, please take care to ensure that the sling is attached to the lifter properly in order to prevent injury. Only use a sling that is designed to be used with the type of lifter you have.
Frequently Asked Questions:
  1. Will Medicare or my insurance pay for my patient lift rental?

    We will not bill or coordinate benefits for short-term rentals, but if your insurance does cover these services, we can provide any information needed to help you file your claim.

  2. Will I be charged sales tax?

    Patient lifts are not taxed, but delivery fees are subject to tax in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

  3. What if something goes wrong with my patient lift?

    Homepro Medical checks and tests all patient lift rentals before they go out. We are confident that you won't have any problems, but if you do, we will repair the lift at no cost as soon as possible.

  4. What if I want to purchase my patient lift?

    Homepro Medical also sells new and used Invacare and Drive Medical patient lifts and accessories. Sometimes Homepro will arrange for a rent to purchase option on long term rentals. We always offer free delivery on purchases over $100.

Additional Tips
  • Patient lift rental rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Rentals are available to qualified customers only and are subject to availability.
  • Renter assumes all risks of loss or damage to the property; all rental equipment must be returned in its original condition.
  • A security deposit or an authorization hold is required for equipment rentals.
  • There is a 40% cancellation fee for a confirmed rental reservation made less than 72 hours prior to delivery.
  • There is no refund (100% cancellation fee) for a confirmed rental reservation made on the day of delivery.
  • All of our patient lifts are sanitized and cleaned before they go out.

*Delivery fees may vary and are determined by location if delivery destination is outside of NYC.

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