Beds designed for psychiatric care

Safety, a feeling of security and easy handling, even in difficult situations – these are the requirements for modern psychiatric beds. More than any other medical product, these need to address special physical restrictions and offer protection. Their comfort and homelike feel are also advantages that meaningfully support the recovery process.

Stiegelmeyer offers convincing solutions to meet the needs of psychiatric care. Discover the tailor-made beds we offer forgeriatric psychiatrychild and adolescent psychiatrypsychosomatic medicine and for the special requirements in prison hospitals and forensic medicine. The Stiegelmeyer Group is the German market leader for beds for all areas of nursing care and healthcare. Our expertise is of particular advantage in the field of psychiatric care, where the supply of hospital and care beds often takes place seamlessly.

Meeting the needs of the elderly

Geriatric psychiatry

People are living to an increasing age – which is a pleasing development. But with increasing life expectancy comes a growing risk of limitations and illnesses which can impair people’s physical and mental health. As a manufacturer of hospital and care beds, we focus more and more strongly on the field of geriatric psychiatry.

Meeting the needs of children and adolescents experiencing mental disorders

Child and adolescent psychiatry

Many countries have witnessed a continuing deterioration in the quality of life and mental health of children and adolescents in recent years. They observe increasing signs of depressive symptoms, psychosomatic complaints and mental health problems.

Meeting the needs of patients whose mental health affects their body

Psychosomatic medicine

The psychosomatic medicine is concerned with the interaction between biological, psychological and social factors. Our portfolio contains special beds for the field of psychosomatic medicine that focus on a homelike feel, comfort and a high-quality design.

Requirements for this security-sensitive area

Forensic medicine

Caring for people in prison does not differ fundamentally from caring for people outside penal institutions. People in prison also need the best possible medical care. There are special features and challenges, however, when it comes to the daily work routine. The choice of suitable hospital beds is influenced by the fact that safety and security are paramount.