Joerns Care 100 Bed Frame
austin b. from tucson, az
I am an 84+ year old male who has sleep apnea and who uses a bipap and an oxygen machine every night to sleep.
It seems to be well built and durable.
The electrical remote control keeps falling on the floor during the night.
Reviewed on 01/14/2015
gabrielle k. from lonetree, co (caregiver)
A 91-yr. old woman. She had this brand of bed at a nursing facility
Versatility - moves up and down with knee and head lift. The feature of having something that holds the mattress in place so it doesn't slip off (those mattresses are slippery).
So far, haven't found anything.
Reviewed on 07/03/2013
The Joens is more expensive than other hospital beds but it's definitely worth the price.
robert s. from berkley, ca
I am a 69 year old male with a neuromuscular disease that keeps me in a wheelchair.
The range of motion is amazing! The bed can go to any height between 8" and 30" at the touch of a button. The various motors are as smooth as butter. The frame and linkages are perfectly designed, welded, and balanced. All together an outstanding product!
I bought the optional head and foot boards, choosing the basic model. It turns out that they're made of flimsy particle board and completely unnecessary. There are rods at the foot and head of the frame that will keep the mattress from sliding off the bed.
Reviewed on 06/14/2012
Could benefit from better information on features and its cost.
pieter r. from simsbury, ct (caregiver)
76 yr woman suffered a stroke. Paralized on the right side. Home care.
This is a fine product that could be improved. Batery backup should be standard and build in. Side rails, ordered later, missed mounting clips that I had to obtain in a local hardware store. Controls should be wireless. Head and foot boards are not designed for home environment.
Reviewed on 04/05/2012
carl w. from richardson, tx
White Glove concept great, But implementation disapointing.
Reviewed on 02/04/2012