Celebrating its 30th year of specialism, Gainsborough Specialist Bathing has highlighted its complete accessible bathing and servicing capabilities at the Care Show 2018.

The company confirmed that its stand was busy throughout the event with professional visitors keen to understand more about its complete bathing management solutions.

Part of the Gainsborough Healthcare Group, Gainsborough Specialist Bathing is a trusted outsource partner that provides installation, management and servicing of ‘any-brand’ power-assisted baths and accessible wet rooms.

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Gainsborough adds that it is a proud ‘turnkey’ provider with 360-degree expertise in provision of bather-centric solutions that ensure safety, comfort and dignity for vulnerable users.

On stand C20 Gainsborough successfully demonstrated its hi-lo Gentona bath with integrated BioCote antimicrobial technology, reclining Sentes for more complex bather needs, the Coriel oversized specialist supine bath for acute and bariatric care, and the TR9650 Mobile Bath Lift System, which is an adaptable stretcher solution for “seamless” transfers of acute patients

Beyond better product performance and care provision, Gainsborough believes care facilities are seeking more outsourced opportunities to reduce pressure on internal staff and resources.

Peter Eckhardt, Gainsborough Healthcare Group CEO, commented: “Our showcase at the Care Show successfully delivered the message that we are a highly established manufacturer and proud bathing solution specialist – 100% focused on the needs of our clients and their bathers.

“Our holistic proposition represents significant cost saving and long-term strategic value to healthcare providers – at a time when budget and CQC challenges are more pronounced than ever before.”

For over 30 years, Gainsborough has been a provider of powered and variable height baths in the long-term care and rehabilitation sectors. Its portfolio has been developed by working closely with care providers, healthcare professionals and moving and handling specialists.

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