Now that the worst of the global COVID-19 pandemic seems to be behind us, Lift & Care Systems continues its commitment to the safety of customers, employees, and suppliers. However, with the arrival of the Delta variant and the emergence of other strains of the virus, the Lift & Care team continues to take precautions to ensure the health of everyone they come in contact with.
The Lift & Care Systems staff went to great lengths to provide top-notch service to our customers during this difficult time. Some of the steps that they have taken to provide reliable and safe service include:
“We are proud of how our team pulled together during this difficult time and continued to serve our customers,” says Dave Austin, President of Lift & Care Systems. “Our team understands the impact of this virus on our customers, many of whom are vulnerable and cannot afford getting infected with COVID on top of their current medical issues.”
Lift & Care’s workers have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and plan on receiving boosters as they become available. Our staff will also continue to monitor state and CDC guidelines to follow the up-to-date procedures for keeping our customers safe. This includes wearing masks (if requested) and practicing social distancing to ensure the health and safety of everyone they come in contact with.
“We kept working through the pandemic just as we have over the last 28 years,” continued Austin “Servicing new and existing customers throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island while providing that best service possible under difficult circumstances.
We have served disabled individuals and their caregivers in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island for over 20 years. We have the name-brand durable medical equipment that you need, such as Surehands Lift Systems, Bruno Stair Lifts, and Health Craft accessibility products (just to name a few). Contact us today for a free consultation at (508) 465-5254 or fill out our online contact form to speak to one of our durable medical equipment specialists today.