Healthcare Furniture NSNs


For more product information on healthcare furniture, please refer to the product line brochure [PDF - 8 MB]. This product line includes an expanded list of upholstery and finishes and meets the VA's minimum technical requirements for durability and sustainability. Your payment options include the government purchase card. Should your healthcare furniture need exceed your purchase card limit, email to learn about alternate direct billing options to an AAC/DoDAAC.

Department of Veterans Affairs buyers can follow these customized steps [PDF - 97 KB] for ordering with an Activity Address Code.

A woman wearing medical clothing holds a clipboard with two people sitting at a table in the background.

This new healthcare furniture line is intended for use in hospitals and other medical facilities. Healthcare furniture is available in a variety of wood or metal finish options and the seating is available in a variety of healthcare grade upholstery. All hardware components, finishes and upholstery are designed to coordinate with other NSN items in this line and a variety of popular colors, upholstery types and finishes are also available. All products in this line are also Greenguard and ANSI-Bifma Level Certified to help agencies meet sustainability standards set forth in Executive Order 13693, Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade.

Patient Room Furniture includes:

  • Bedside Cabinets;
  • Exam Stools;
  • Gliders;
  • High Back Patient Chairs;
  • Overbed Tables;
  • Patient Recliners;
  • Single, Two Seat, and Three Seat Sleepers;
  • Three Drawer Dressers;
  • Trendelenburg Recliner; and
  • Wardrobe Towers.

Waiting Room Furniture includes:

  • Attached Connecting and End Tables;
  • Bariatric Arm Chairs;
  • Freestanding Coffee and End Tables;
  • Hip Chairs; and
  • Single, Two Seat, and Three Seat Arm Chairs.

Inside delivery and installation is available upon request at an additional charge for CONUS delivery locations only.

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Last Reviewed: 2021-04-05