Port Washington, NY – February 20, 2017
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare introduced the Cruiser II Wheelchair to its Mobility line today.
The Cruiser II Wheelchair puts the patient’s safety and comfort first through an array of stand-out accessories including anti-tippers, wheel lock extensions and a seat belt. These accessories fall under separate HCPCS codes that are billable upon delivery of the wheelchair, thereby maximizing reimbursement for the provider while maximizing safety and comfort for the patient.
Other features include a patented on-chair seat depth extension from 16" – 18", swing-away or elevating leg rests, and adjustable-height, flip-back and detachable desk length armrests. The composite, mag-style wheels are maintenance free, and the embossed vinyl upholstery is durable and easy to clean. The carbon steel frame is lightweight and makes for easy transport.
"Drive's best-in-class Cruiser wheelchair line expands with the introduction of the new, fully accessorized Cruiser II that will help to improve patient comfort, satisfaction and safety," said Brandon Sykes, Product Manager of Power and Manual Wheelchairs.
For more information on Cruiser II Wheelchair and the Drive DeVilbiss Mobility line, visit www.drivemedical.com.
About Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare
Headquartered in Port Washington, New York, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare manufactures a complete line of medical products, including mobility products, sleep and respiratory products, beds, bariatric products, wheelchairs, sleep surfaces and pressure prevention products, self-assist products, power operated wheelchairs, rehabilitation products, patient room equipment, personal care products and electrotherapy devices. Currently,the Company has corporate offices, manufacturing facilities and distribution facilities located throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Hong Kong, Romania, Australia, the Netherlands and India. The Company markets its products to customers located throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Middle East and Asia. For more information, www.drivemedical.com.