Beds

Some articles on beds, bed:

Sofitel New York Hotel - Architecture - Rooms
... Suites are extra-special, equipped with king beds, two televisions, and pocket doors separating the bedroom from a sitting room ... are magnificent, with separate showers and soaking tubs." The beds are said to be signature feather “Sobeds” which "offer the ultimate in comfort" ... The majority of the beds are cream or white or white with maroon trimmings and feature large paintings above the headboards ...
Leduc Community Hospital
... There are a total of 70 beds, 34 acute care beds, plus 22 subacute beds and 14 transition beds ...
Salem Hospital (Oregon) - Details
... Salem Hospital contains 454 hospital beds and serves an area of 350,000 people ... Thirty-five beds are skilled care patient beds while the remaining 419 are acute care beds ... Designed to replace the services of the state hospital system, the Salem facility has a 24-bed unit ...
Strathcona Community Hospital
... currently under construction, will provide 72 acute care beds and sufficient infrastructure capacity for 36 additional beds in the future ... attacking contemporary plans for the hospital which involved no overnight beds ... Post election, the Alberta government announced revised plans to add beds to the hospital ...
Cot Side
... Cot sides are raised sides fitted to a bed to stop the occupant from falling out of bed ... They occur In toddler beds however in infant beds the sides are to prevent intentional, rather than accidental, exit ... In normal beds, where the occupant temporarily (due to age or infirmary) cannot be relied on exiting the bed safely ...

Famous quotes containing the word beds:

    For the baby suckles and there is a people made of milk for her to use. There are milk trees to hiss her on. There are milk beds in which to lie and dream of a warm room. There are milk fingers to fold and unfold. There are milk bottoms that are wet and caressed and put into their cotton.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Nature in darkness groans
    And men are bound to sullen contemplation in the night:
    Restless they turn on beds of sorrow; in their inmost brain
    Feeling the crushing wheels, they rise, they write the bitter words
    Of stern philosophy & knead the bread of knowledge with tears & groans.
    William Blake (1757–1827)

    Bored with the foolish things that girls must dream
    Because their beds are empty of delight,
    Roy Campbell (1902–1957)