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Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Gainsborough Specialist Bathing will be highlighting its complete accessible bathing and servicing capabilities at the Care Show on 17th-18th October.

A specialist in assisted bathing for the long-term and acute care sectors, Gainsborough offers total solution management for accessible bathing in care homes, hospitals and rehabilitation centres.

At the Care Show, Gainsborough will be demonstrating its flagship hi-lo Gentona bath with integrated Biocote antimicrobial technology and the popular reclining Sentes for more complex bather needs. These baths can be supplied alongside hoists, specialist toilets and fixtures so that “seamless” solution integration is possible.

Gainsborough three-tier servicing, management and Loler testing programmes deliver scalable benefits that assist with CQC hygiene compliance. Its specialist team delivers inspections, testing, monitoring and servicing, which safeguards care services and strengthens moving and handling best practice.

Peter Eckhardt, Gainsborough Healthcare Group CEO, commented: “We are a proud solution provider 100% focused on the needs of our clients and their customers. This is an integral part of our vision which drives our solution management services so care quality and business performance is enhanced.

“As a specialist in control of the whole supply chain, we are able to deliver hassle-busting fitting, maintenance and servicing of accessible baths and adapted showering installations. This facilitates the ability for healthcare providers to refocus on their core business without the distraction of assisted bathing delivery.

“From concept to completion and beyond, we are able to deliver life enhancing bathing through an unsurpassed, strong skill set.”

Gainsborough can be found on stand C20 at the Care Show, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham.

For over 30 years, Gainsborough supplies products that have been developed in coordination with care providers, healthcare professionals and moving and handling specialists.

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