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Home Medical Resources

901 W. Second St. (Across from the Rockpile Museum)

Phone: 307.688.6260
Open: Monday -Friday, 8 am-5 pm. Appointments avilable. On-call coverage is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Andy Fitzgerald, CEO
April Glick, Manager

Home Medical Resources is an HQAA-accredited provider of durable medical equipment, supplies and services. Home Medical Resources is part of a nation-wide membership with contacts for more than 3,500 durable medical equipment providers throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean.

With more than 40 years experience in durable medical equipment, Home Medical Resources' staff is committed to helping people live better lives by offering the best medical technology, supplies and service. Home Medical Resources also provides pickup and delivery service for most medical equipment. We take the time to ensure that when your equipment arrives a staff member is available to assist with set-up, education and adjusting to the equipment.

Please be prepared with this information so we can get you the right equipment:

  • Doctor’s name
  • Order from doctor (if needed)
  • Insurance pre-authorization
  • Diagnosis/issue/situation
  • User’s height and weight
  • Duration/length of need
  • What part of body (left/right)
  • Insurance card
  • Identification card
  • Mailing address
  • Physical address

Products & Services

Bathroom Safety

  • Shower chairs
  • Toilet seats
  • Benches
  • Safety frames
  • Commodes

Bedding and Accessories

  • Hospital beds
  • Trapeze
  • Alternating pressure pads
  • Over bed tables

Dining and Eating

  • Dysphagia
  • Feeding pumps
  • Adaptive silverware

Dignity and Function

  • Mastectomy supplies
  • Reaching aids
  • Dressing aids
  • Long handled combs

Maternity and Breastfeeding

  • Maternity belts
  • Compression hosiery/socks
  • Breast pumps and supplies

Mobility and Safety

  • Wheelchairs
  • Walkers - standard & specialized
  • Crutches
  • Canes
  • Ramps
  • Walker/wheelchair accessories
  • Transport chairs

Pediatric and Infant

  • Nebulizers
  • Light therapy/phototherapy
  • Apnea monitors
  • Pediatric walkers
  • Pulse oximeters Seating
  • Coccyx cushions
  • Lift chairs
  • Wedges


  • Hip kits
  • Hinge-free neoprene sleeves/wraps
  • Tens units and supplies
  • Walking boots Respiratory
  • Apnea monitors & supplies
  • Suction
  • Nebulizers
  • Oxygen
  • Concentrators
  • CPAP & Bi PAP
  • Pulse oximeters
  • Ventilators


  • Stethoscopes
  • Remedy creams
  • Medical alert jewelry
  • Sleep pillows



  • Respironics
  • Resmed
  • Mallinckrodt
  • Pulmonetics
  • Fisher Paykel
  • Nelcor


  • Invacare
  • Nova
  • Pride
  • Guardian
  • Ossur


  • Patterson Medical
  • Fashion Alert Medical Jewelry
  • Drive Medical
  • Amoena
  • North Coast
  • Medela
  • Medline
  • Jobst

Facts and Questions

Is there a difference between purchasing and renting equipment?

Medicare approves some durable medical equipment items for purchase while others must be rented. If an item is purchased and is covered by Medicare, you may also be entitled to repairs and replacement parts.

How long can I use the equipment?

When you rent, you can keep the item for as long as it is medically necessary with the physician’s order. Home Medical Resources facilitates repairs or replacement parts for the rented item.

How long should I rent equipment or should I purchase it?

Your option whether to rent or purchase may depend on your insurance coverage. If the item is a high-maintenance item, the insurance company may decide it would be in its best interest to continue to rent. If you are on Medicare, there are rules under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) laws that must be followed. In a private pay situation, it is the customer’s choice.

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