High Risk Adult Slipper Footwear with Double Sided Tread Yellow XL

High Risk Adult Slipper Footwear with Double Sided Tread Yellow XL


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Slip-Resistant Footwear:

Proper fall prevention protocol and products are at the forefront of hospital care based on recommendations by industry leaders such as The Joint Commission and CMS. Our product offering provides solutions for patient identification and preventive measures and can easily be implemented into fall prevention programs customized for your facility.

"Patient falls are among the most common occurrences reported in hospitals and are a leading cause of death in people ages 65 or older"

Encompass is the #1 leader in healthcare slip-resistant and patient safety footwear and is committed to improving patient outcomes, one step at a time. We have the widest product offering which allows us to provide footwear solutions for all patient and resident needs.

Additional Information

Dimensions 15.5 × 11.3 × 9 in

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