A clinician monitors her patient’s heart and respiratory rates using the HILLROM CENTRELLA Smart+ Bed

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From Med-Surg to the ICU, standardize on Hillrom Smart Beds to
help you better support patients and care teams.

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Healthcare Has Changed: Are Your Beds Keeping Up?

A lot has changed in the last ten years. From pandemics to staffing shortages to evolving quality measures, healthcare has changed significantly — and the industry shows no signs of stagnating any time soon. However, in the face of these significant changes, many hospitals still rely on beds developed ten or more years ago.

You’ve chosen Hillrom beds in the past to support your patients and care teams. Now let us help you expand that value even farther. Read on to explore the benefits of standardizing your ICU and Med-Surg units on Hillrom smart beds — so you can support better care for every patient, every time.

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Help Prevent Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries

Immobile patients are at higher risk for skin breakdown.1 Help protect your patients’ skin and reduce the burden on your clinicians with the latest Hillrom smart beds.

In Med-Surg and the ICU

Help protect patients’ skin integrity with therapeutic surfaces and positioning support to help prevent sliding, simplify turns, and keep skin cool and dry.

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A clinician checks her patient’s back for signs of skin breakdown



Help Prevent Falls and Support Safe Mobility

Mobility is an important step in patient recovery. However, protocols and priorities often differ across care settings.

A CENTRELLA bed projects illuminated SAFEVIEW+ icons onto the floor

In Med-Surg

Help reduce patient falls with bed exit alarms, clinician notifications and projected illuminations to help you assess patient status at a glance.

A clinician smiles and places her hand on the shoulder of a patient sitting up in a PROGRESSA+ ICU bed.

In the ICU

Get patients moving earlier and often with support for the latest early mobility protocols.



Detect Potential Deterioration and Help Prevent Complications

As many as 17% of patients admitted to U.S. hospitals suffer a critical event during their stay.2 These events have many potential causes, including unrecognized deterioration and pulmonary complications.

A clinician taps the CENTRELLA control screen displaying heart and respiratory rate.

In Med-Surg

Detect signs of deterioration and intervene sooner with contact-free, continuous heart and respiratory rate monitoring.

A clinician taps the PROGRESSA+ control screen displaying in-bed pulmonary therapy options.

In the ICU

Help patients breathe easy with in-bed pulmonary therapies designed to help prevent pulmonary complications.



A service technician smiles confidently into the camera, standing next to a CENTRELLA Smart+ Bed.

Support IT and Service Needs

Many IT, biomed and facilities teams spend too much time and energy supporting aging beds with different features, training requirements and service needs. When it comes time to upgrade your beds in any unit, look for solutions with these busy teams in mind. Today’s smart beds should support your IT and service needs by:

  • Sharing information with other hospital systems using IHE-certified protocols and open APIs
  • Sending data wirelessly through nurse call to your hospital ADT, EMR and other IT systems
  • Offering remote service offerings to avoid headaches associated with locating, troubleshooting and servicing equipment on your own

Meet the Newest Members of Your Care Teams

Our latest smart beds for Med-Surg and the ICU are designed with today’s challenges in mind. Get to know these modern smart beds, then reach out to discover how they can make a difference at your hospital.



A True ICU Bed

CENTRELLA Smart+ Bed with SAFEVIEW+ icons illuminated


Elevating Med-Surg




Expect Excellence with the Latest Hillrom Smart Beds

Let’s extend the value of Hillrom smart beds across your ICU and Med-Surg units. Complete this form to have your Baxter partner contact you and get started.

  1. https://straightanursingstudent.com/dangers-of-immobility/
  2. Ben-Ari, et al. Contactless respiratory and heart rate monitoring: validation of an innovative tool. J of Med Eng & Tech, Vol. 34, Nos 7-8, Oct-Nov 2010, 393-398.