We provide many top-notch LED hospital bed lights that will help provide the visibility necessary to care for anyone with ease while giving the patient light for their own needs. Nursing home and hospital bed lights are installed over the bed itself, providing the highest level of visibility for the most important part of the room. Installed on the wall, it is easy to find room for reliable lighting without taking up precious space in the room. Our high-quality options have impressive lifespans and efficiency, ensuring you can take your mind off your lighting and rely on it to perform day in and day out for years to come. Get a subtle and effective light fixture that will help you make your patient rooms the best they can be with our selection of LED nursing home bed lights.
Information About LED Hospital Bed Lights:
- LED offers the best performance and longevity. LED creates a higher lumen output with an impressively lower wattage than other solutions on the market. This will save your business in the long run on utility costs without compromising on the powerful illumination this unique space needs for visibility. LED is also long lasting with most lamps lasting at least 10,000 hours before reaching the end of their lifespan.
- These fixtures are easy to install and maintain. The fixtures themselves are easy to install since they are surface or wall mounted for ease. There is no need to create a hole in the wall such as with recessed fixtures. They are also easy to maintain. The fixture is easy to keep clean since it's fully enclosed while the lamps are long lasting so there are fewer lamp changes required. LED also operates without heat loss which protects the internal components of the fixture and prevents too much maintenance or repair on your end.
- The design creates ample illumination without being overbearing or harsh. These fixtures come with a diffuser which helps to create a gentle light that is never harsh the eyes. The fixture is made to offer a gentle, yet concentrated light spread perfect for the unique needs of this location.
- LED is flicker free and consistent. LED lamps are consistent in their performance and never flicker. A flickering light can decrease visibility while also adding to patient stress and discomfort in an already challenging setting. LED also doesn't require warm-up time like florescent so as soon as you turn it on, the illumination is clear, bright, and pleasing to the eyes.
Choose from many different options and get the best fit for your space. We provide the best products from top brands such as AFX and WareLight so you can rest assured that you are getting the highest quality hospital bed lights on the market. We know how important proper lighting is to ensure the comfort and well-being of everyone, from patients to nurses to doctors, which is why we are dedicated to ensuring you get the best lights possible quickly and easily. If you need more information or help in choosing the right fixture for this unique space, feel free to contact us. We will help you make the best decision!
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Hospital Bed lights?
Hospital Bed lights are linear lights that are typically mounted to the wall above the beds in a hospital or other care facility. They provide proper lighting for patient tasks such as eating or reading while also illumination for care giver tasks such as assessments and bandage changing. Here are examples of other types of lighting used in hospital settings:
Where are Hospital Bed lights used?
As the name implies, Hospital Bed lights are used in hospitals or other medical care facilities.
What are the different types of Hospital Bed lights?
Hospital Bed lights typically come in 2-, 3- and 4-foot lengths. Their light source is usually fluorescent or LED. Some of them come with the option of and up/down light combination. Other options include on/off pull chains and dimmers.
What are the benefits of LED Hospital Bed lights?
LED Hospital Bed lights offer many benefits. These fixtures are instant-on when powered up, they do not flicker or need to warm up. The light is uniform and tends not to degrade over time. LED lights do not generate as much heat as fluorescent lights, which is advantageous due to close proximity to the patient. They have a very long life and are more efficient than other lighting options.