Sunrise Medical wins NHS contract with ‘Breezy’ powered wheelchairs


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

West Midlands based medical equipment manufacturer Sunrise Medical has gained NHS acceptance for three models of its wheelchair brand – the “Breezy” SL/TL and P100. Sunrise says the Breezy has, for many years, been renowned as a quality product and now through the NHS contract, will be more widely available for wheelchair users. Sunrise operational marketing manager Tony Mercer said the NHS specification Breezy wheelchairs are available as part of the contract with an optional spares kit available at a nominal sum. “This marketing initiative is unique to the Breezy range and provides the customer with savings on servicing costs as well as prolonging the life of the wheelchair,” Mr Mercer said. “This is the first time we have applied for acceptance of our wheelchairs as part of the NHS contract and are excited at the prospects. Sunrise Medical has always known that the Breezy is a quality product and represents best value and but now, with the availability of the optional spares package which allows easier man





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