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Patient Handlings End Of Financial Year Offer - Get in Quick

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Buy 10 Get 1 Free

Stock up now before END OF FINANCIAL YEAR. Got some budget still to spend before the end of the month?  Take advantage of our offer for a limited time and buy in bulk from our range of over 250 products from:

patient handling slide sheetsSlide Sheets

patient handling walk beltsWalk Belts

patient handling over bed tableOver Bed Tables

patient handling bed sensor alarm Bed Alarms

patient handling shower commode Shower Commodes

patient handling murray bridge high Orthopedic Chairs

plus a whole lot more

Got a whole lot of budget still to spend? The more you buy, the more free items you receive. So for example if you buy 50 slide sheets you receive 5 slide sheets free.  Don't need that many of the one product? Then buy 10 of a mixture of products and the cheapest product will be free.

HOW TO ORDER:

Shop now by visiting our website or request a product guide to be mailed to you.

Email your purchase order to info@patienthandling.com.au

Call us on 1300 137 875 or Fax 02 9569 0600

Visit our showroom and head office: 1 Mitchell Street, Marrickville, NSW 2204

Offer is valid until July 31st 2017.  Offer is transferable and can be used an unlimited number of times during the promotional period.  For mixed orders the cheapest product will be the extra product supplied free.

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