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Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies

Community Memorial Durable Medical Equipment is here to help

enhance your quality of life at home.


CMH-DME is an accredited home medical equipment provider serving Redfield and the surrounding area.

We will work with you to identify the products you need to lead a fulfilling, independent life.

CMH-DME offer a wide variety of equipment available for rent or purchase.


General Health and Nutrition Products

  •  Ensure, Glucerna, and Ensure Clear
  • Bath Aides and Bath Safety Products -shower chairs and toilet risers
  • Commodes/Urinals
  • Daily Living Aides - hand held reachers and sock aides
  • Incontinence Supplies - adult wipes, disposable under pads, and a variety of protective undergarments for men and women

Mobility and Support

  • Braces and Muscle Support
  • Compression Stocking
  • Crutches, Canes, Walkers and Knee Scooters
  • Scooters
  • Seat Cushions
  • Lift Chairs

Respiratory Support Products

  • Nebulizers
  • Finger Oximeter
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Portable Oxygen Concentrators

CPAP and Sleep Care Products

  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BIPAP), Auto Adjusting Positive Airway Pressure (APAP)
  • Mini Travel CPAP Device
  • CPAP Cleaning Device
  • Wide Variety of PAP Supplies

When you purchase and rent equipment from CMH-DME you have access to:

  • Qualified staff to assess your needs and fully train you on the use of your medical equipment
  • 24/7 on call service for respiratory home care
  • Repair and service for your home medical equipment


Please contact our office at (605) 472-2941  if you would like additional information regarding the products and services available.

Our qualified staff can provide you with information pertinent to billing and set-up.

Tara Esser Director

Tara Esser
DME Compliance Officer/Support Specialist


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

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Fast Fact Image
  • 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.