By partnering with the most respected healthcare equipment manufacturers in the world, Beechfield Healthcare has become synonymous with quality, innovation and aftercare service. Our reputation relies on the quality of the products our partners produce and their reputation in Ireland relies on us. These symbiotic relationships continue to flourish and as a result, our organisation is experiencing terrific growth.
Take a look at the organisations that fuel Beechfield Healthcare and trust us to be the representatives in Ireland:-
Drive Devilbiss Sidhill
Drive DeVilbiss is one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of durable medical products in the world today, with manufacturing and distribution centres in the UK, Ireland, United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Australia, Romania, Taiwan and China. This means it provides a truly global service complimented by the added benefit of local knowledge.
Based in Holland Van Os Medical are a leading supplier of intelligent mobility solutions, including Wheelchairs, Powerchairs and Mobility Scooters. Products that help people to live independently for longer, despite disabilities.
With manufacturing facilities in the UK and Holland, Handicare are a global leader in stairlift manufacture. Handicare are committed to making everyday life easier for disabled and elderly people.
The THERA Trainer range offers the right movement exerciser for every stage of rehabilitation, allowing patients to achieve their therapeutic objectives. The range of medical grade devices are ideal in both a professional setting or also for daily activities to maintain your health at home.
Specialised Orthotic Services Ltd
By working daily to assist fellow healthcare professionals in the Special Seating field gives SOS an opportunity to provide solutions for a range of complex clinical needs which help improve the health of our users as well as their well-being.
By constantly building on our many years of expertise SOS is able to continue developing our products and services to provide a professional effective service for clients with complex postural needs.
Chiltern Invadex are a British manufacturer of medical devices and specialist equipment designed to aid mobility and bathing. Established in 1974, the Chiltern brand has been manufacturing equipment in Oxfordshire for over 40 years.
Cobi Rehab has specialized in positioning solutions for bariatric patients for all hours of the day with the purpose of providing independency, comfort and relief.
Alerta Medical is a world leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, cutting-edge pressure relief and fall prevention equipment for the healthcare market, delivering solutions for care providers to proactively maximise patient safety and comfort.
Beechfield Healthcare are the Irish distributors for the Bimeo Pro by Kinestica. The Bimeo PRO is a sensor based rehabilitation device for post-stroke and other neurological patients. The patient is involved in a motivating virtual reality environment. Bimeo is designed to make therapy effective and motivating for patients and facilitating for therapists.
N&C Phlexicare are pioneering British manufacturers and distributors within the independent living solutions market. They design, manufacture and distribute products that assist in making everyday tasks as effortless as possible. Functionality, performance, durability, strength and inclusiveness is at the core of every product manufactured.
ALONE offer a range of services to support older people age at home. These services include Support Coordination, where they work with older people who are facing challenging situations and need extra support to age at home. ALONE also provide a Befriending & Support service, BConnect training and technology, and a Housing support service, which provides homes to older people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and need a level of support. Beechfield Healthcare are a proud partner to Alone.
The HSE is a large organisation of over 100,000 people, whose job is to run all of the public health services in Ireland. The HSE manages services through a structure designed to put patients and clients at the centre of the organisation.
The Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland is the only professional body for Occupational Therapists in the Republic of Ireland. The AOTI provides national leadership to its members and works on behalf of its members with the best interest of the profession and service users in mind.
The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is the Professional Body for the Physiotherapy profession in Ireland. Our Mission is to promote and advocate for the physiotherapy profession and to support our members in leading and collaborating on the delivery of the highest standards of professional care.
The All Ireland Gerontological Nurses Association (AIGNA) recognises that care for older people is provided in a mixed economy of care and the all older people, their families and significant others hold particular views (unique to their experiences) about the quality of care in different care settings.
The Institute of Community Health Nursing will provide a professional forum for the Public Health Nursing Service, to identify and respond to the evolving health care needs in the community, working with our members, partners and decision makers. The Institute of Community Health Nursing aspires to professional excellence in community nursing research, leadership and practice in order to promote health and wellbeing and to deliver the optimum care for individuals, families & communities.
Infection Prevention Control Ireland (IPCI) strives to educate nurture and preserve the sharing of expert knowledge to enable healthcare staff, service users and others to make informed and evidenced based decisions on how to protect their patients, service users, colleagues and themselves from the risk of infections, irrespective of culture or diversity.
Irish Heart Foundation
Every hour someone in Ireland suffers from a stroke. Every day, hundreds of Irish people are diagnosed with heart disease. The lives of these people are often cut tragically short. Many are left disabled. Up to 10,000 die each year, which makes heart disease and stroke the nation’s biggest killer.
The Parkinson's Association of Ireland is a charity, based in Dublin with branches throughout the country. Our aim is to assist people with Parkinson's, their families and carers, health professionals and other interested people by offering support, a listening ear and information on any aspect of living with Parkinson's. We currently receive no funding from the Irish state.
Ataxia Foundation Ireland
To enhance quality of life for all of us with an Ataxia. We lead positive change and deliver value through experience, information, advocacy and service.
PSPA Ireland was setup in 2012 and is dedicated to helping people with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), both degenerative brain diseases with causes unknown and for which there are currently no cures.
Special Olympics Ireland
Special Olympics Ireland is a sports organisation for people with an intellectual disability, but we provide athletes with far more than the physical benefits of sport. Special Olympics changes lives. Special Olympics Ireland enables our athletes to achieve and win not only in sport but in life too. Currently nearly 8,000 athletes take part in year-round training in our network of 313 community-based clubs and services throughout the island of Ireland. Beechfield Healthcare have supported events by supplying products to the competitors
Rehab Enterprises provides a supported workplace for people with disabilities and to work to remove barriers which people might face. This includes adapted working environments, facilitative supervision and management, and services to ease the transition to employment for people who have been out of work for considerable periods. Beechfield Healthcare partner with Rehab Enterprises on specific projects.
RehabCare is the provider of choice of person-centred, health and social care services that facilitate people who are disadvantaged to participate in the life of their local community in ways that match their choices, aspirations and needs.
Multiple Sclerosis Ireland is the only national organisation providing information, support and advocacy services to the MS community. They work with people with MS, their families and carers and a range of key stakeholders including health professionals, students and other interested in or concerned about MS to ensure that we they meet their goals
Cork Stroke Support Group
The Cork Stroke support group monthly meetings take on the last Wednesday of the month in the Activities Centre, St. Finbarr's Hospital.
Beechfield Healthcare are proud to be a sponsor of the Cork Stroke Support Group conference.
The Mercer's Institute for Research on Ageing
The Mercer’s Institute for Research on Ageing represents the research function of the Medicine for the Elderly Department in St. James’s Hospital. The Institute has an extensive commitment to research in age related diseases in areas such as memory, genetic, metabolic and endocrine and neuroimaging and provides clinical services through its memory clinic function. Beechfield Healthcare kindly donated a range of Primary care products to the MISA Suite.
LauraLynn is a hospice for children with life-limiting conditions and residential care for young adults with disabilities. They provide palliative care and support for children with life-limiting conditions and their families. The holistic approach to care enables then to support the whole family, allowing parents to be ‘Mum and Dad’ rather than full-time carers.
Arthritis is a condition that affects almost one million people in Ireland. It is the single biggest cause of disability in this country and has a hugely negative impact on people’s lives by taking away their ability to do basic, everyday things. As a charity organisation dedicated to working with people with arthritis, it’s their mission to make just as big a positive impact on the lives of those with the condition.
Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA)
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association is dedicated to working on behalf of people living with MND and their families and carers. Their key services include home visiting by an MND nurse, financial assistance towards home care help and the supply of specialised equipment on loan.
Enable Ireland provides services to children and adults with disabilities and their families from 40 locations in 14 counties. Covering childhood to adulthood the expert teams work with the individual and their family on a plan for each life stage.
Daughters of Charity
The Daughters of Charity contribute to the provision of Child and Family Services, Pre-Schools, Education, Specialised Services for Young People, Services for People with Intellectual Disability, Health Care Services, Services for Older People, Services in Parishes, Family Resource Centres and much more.
Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland (SBHI)
Spina Bifida Ireland aim to foster an environment in which every person affected by Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus can lead a fulfilled life. They provide essential information, support and advice to everyone living with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus.
Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA)
Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) is a national organisation which provides a range of services to people with disabilities and other mobility impairments in their own homes and communities.
Cheeverstown House, based in Dublin, is a voluntary organisation, accredited by the Council on Quality & Leadership providing a wide range of residential, respite and day services to almost 400 children and adults with an intellectual disability and to their families in Cheeverstown Centre and throughout various community locations.
Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin
Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin is Ireland's largest paediatric hospital. It has been caring for Ireland's youth since 1956. It has almost 1200 staff and 243 beds all dedicated to the care of children.
Cheshire Ireland provides a range of support services to people with both physical and neurological conditions in their homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in stand-alone respite facilities. We provide our services to people often with very complex and high support needs.
The aim of the Cope Foundation is to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability and/or autism; working in partnership with them, their families and local communities, to provide a range of person centred services and supports.
Brothers of Charity
The Brothers of Charity Services in Ireland provide a variety of services and supports to approximately 6,500 people with an intellectual disability or autism, and their families, throughout Counties Clare, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Limerick, Roscommon, Tipperary, and Waterford.
The Post Polio Support Group (PPSG)
The Post-Polio Support Group (PPSG) is a charitable organisation set up by Polio Survivors to assist their fellow survivors.
Central Remedial Clinic
The CRC is one of the largest organisations in Ireland dedicated to the achievements, wellbeing and health of people with physical disabilities. Their key aims are to help people with disabilities take responsibility for and have control over their own lives and set and achieve their own goals.
Ability West provides services and supports to over 520 individuals with intellectual disability throughout Galway City and County. They aim to provide quality supports and services to children and adults which promotes their overall autonomy, health and wellbeing and enables them to reach their potential.
Co Action has developed comprehensive services for both children and adults with an intellectual disability and autism in the West Cork area and now provides services for 598 children and 140 adults.
The OT Network operates throughout Ireland and provides a dynamic platform for information sharing for Occupational Therapists, Medical Equipment Suppliers and the General Public. Beechfield Healthcare are proud to be the primary sponsor of sponsor of the Private OT network.