Partnering with healthcare institutions to reduce
falls and increase patient and caregiver safety

Our Company

LiftSeat® Corporation is a US-based company that develops, manufactures and markets a full line of powered toilet lifts and powered bedside commodes for the institutional healthcare market and the home.

Our institutional products are designed to meet the rigorous clinical requirements of hospitals, rehabilitation centers and long-term care facilities and support safe patient handling and fall prevention programs designed to improve patient, bariatric patient and caregiver safety. 

Our Home Care products deliver the same level of safe, reliable toileting support in a form factor more suited to home bathrooms. 

The company was founded in 2005 to solve the biomechanical movement challenges associated with toileting. LiftSeat's foundational research led to the development of our patented LiftTek™ Core Assistive Technology, which reduces the physical force necessary to support the sit-to-stand motion path required for getting on and off the toilet.

Acute and Long-Term Care

LiftSeat® powerized toilet lifts are made in the USA and used throughout the country in acute and long-term care facilities. Our customers are served by a nationwide network of sales and support professionals who have been trained in the latest safe patient handling and fall prevention practices.

LiftSeat® is proud to be a GSA Schedule Contractor and serve the fall prevention and safe patient handling needs of VA Hospitals and Clinics.

Home/After Care

LiftSeat® also serves consumers who need toileting assistance through a network of DME (Durable Medical Equipment) dealers.

Our Promise

LiftSeat® will meet and exceed the quality, service and value expectations of nurses and other caregivers, the institutions they work for and those who have lost the ability to move from a sitting to a standing position without assistance. We have a passion to restore the quality of life, dignity, and independence of the injured and ill, while reducing lift-related injuries to health care professionals.

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