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Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies

durable medical suppliesDurable Medical Equipment is a hospital based service staffed by qualified personnel to meet the equipment needs of people in their homes.

Working closely with a patient's physician, our Home Medical Equipment specialists and technician's help determine the most appropriate equipment and medical supplies needed to enable a patient to live as comfortably and independently as possible in their home. Our trained technicians set up the equipment, give thorough instructions on its use and propoer cleaning methods and provide safety rules.

When you require medial equipment and/or supplies, we can provide the highest quality professional care, Durable Medical Equipment and dependable, one-to-one personal service.

Equipment and Supplies Include: 

  • Oxygen - Concentrators
  • Nebulizer Equipment and Supplies
  • Sleep Therapy - CPAP, BiPAP, Masks and Accessories
  • So Clean Automated PAP Equipment Cleaner
  • Bath Aids
  • Toilet Aids
  • Incontinence Products
  • Commodes/Urinals/Bedpans
  • Splints/Braces
  • Compression Stockings
  • Surgical Dressings
  • Walkers/Canes/Crutches
  • Adult Aids for Daily Living
  • Lift Chair
  • Transfer Wheelchair
  • 3 Wheel Electric Scooter
  • 4 Wheel Electric Scooter
  • Nutritional Products
  • Oncall 24/7 Services

To provide the best service to our patients, a qualified Respiratory Home Care Staff member is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to respond to urgent needs.

Please contact our office at (605) 472-2941 if you have any questions regarding any of our services.
Our qualified staff can provide you with information pertinent to billing and set-up.

Durable Medical Equipment and Supply
1031 W 2nd Street
Redfield, South Dakota 57469
(605) 472-2941

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  • In 1968, an addition was constructed, changing the bed capacity to 44. 
  • Considerable remodeling was done during this time (1968) to meet the needs of a growing community.
  • The clinic was added on to the hospital in 1991, decreasing bed capacity to 25.
  • An ambulance service was added in 1972.
  • The clinic was purchased by the hospital and city in June of 1993.
  • Designated as Critical Access Hospital in June, 2000.