Cloud City Medical

Barton® Transfer Chair

The Barton Chair is easily converted from a stretcher to an upright mobile chair in seconds. The Patient Transfer System offers the ability to move between a bed and a chair with ease and enables a single caregiver to easily transfer a patient.

Barton Medical
Convertible Chair Solutions

For a comfortable experience for both patients and their families

Features

• Easily converts between a flat and upright mobile chair that allows a single caregiver to easily transfer patients
• Mobile chair featuring unlimited number of reclined and tilt positions
• Tilt-in-Space and Trendelenburg position capability
• Customized features allow the chair to be set to the patient: adjustable head, leg and arm rests, side supports, and height adjustable
• Heavy-duty central locking and steering casters allow for easy mobility

Specifications

• 3 different sized chairs – I-250 / I-400 / I-700
• I-250 – I-400 fits through normal doorways
• Accomodates patients up to 700 lb
• Fully adjustable headrest with support
• Central locking/steering for patient safety

Barton Chair VS Hoyer Lift

The Barton Chair

Hoyer Lift

Advantages of Barton Chair

• Allows a single caregiver to safely
transfer a patient
• Provides the safest transfer possible
• Create a more positive patient experience
• Chair has a many positions
• Central locking/steering casters for
patient and caregiver safety
• Fully adjustable headrest with support
• 700 lb. weight capacity
• Zero patient or care giver injuries in 20 years
• 2 types of equipment in 1 (wheelchair & lift)
• Saves time & money

Disadvantages of Hoyer Lift

• Hoyer Lift requires 2-3 caregivers to safely transfer a patient
• Designed in 1955 after an engine hoist
• CMS estimates that a patient or caregiver is injured once every 4 mins.
• Only has 2 postions: up and down
• The Barton Chair is an approved item by medcare to use on hospice

The Barton Chair

Advantages of Barton Chair

• Allows a single caregiver to safely
transfer a patient
• Provides the safest transfer possible
• Create a more positive patient experience
• Chair has a many positions
• Central locking/steering casters for
patient and caregiver safety
• Fully adjustable headrest with support
• 700 lb. weight capacity
• Zero patient or care giver injuries in 20 years
• 2 types of equipment in 1 (wheelchair & lift)
• Saves time & money

Hoyer Lift

Disadvantages of Hoyer Lift

• Hoyer Lift requires 2-3 caregivers to safely transfer a patient
• Designed in 1955 after an engine hoist
• CMS estimates that a patient or caregiver is injured once every 4 mins.
• Only has 2 postions: up and down
• The Barton Chair is an approved item by medcare to use on hospice