Service Tree

The Service Tree lists all services in "branched" groups, starting with the very general and moving to the very specific. Click on the name of any group name to see the sub-groups available within it. Click on a service code to see its details and the providers who offer that service.

Compression Garments

Programs that pay for or provide special stockings which prevent swelling, provide comfort and promote circulation of blood in the feet and legs in order to reduce the incidence of leg ulcers, thrombosis disorders such as varicose veins and other problems associated with poor circulation. A medical doctor generally indicates the necessary compression ratio which is greatest in the foot and lessens further up the leg.

Hospital Beds

Programs that pay for or provide adjustable beds that that are required by people who are unable to leave their beds on a temporary or long-term basis. Included are programs that loan hospital beds and those that provide beds that people can keep.

Incontinence Supplies

Programs that pay for or provide adult diapers and other garments, bedding protection, control devices and alarm systems to help people who have bowel or urination control problems deal with their situation.

Monitoring Equipment

Programs that pay for or provide equipment which keeps track of specific bodily functions such as respiration, heart beat or blood pressure and which may sound an alarm when an individual's functioning falls into abnormal ranges.

Nebulizers

Programs that pay for or provide devices, generally pressured by an oxygen tank, which convert liquid medication into a fine mist which can be inhaled.

Occasional Medical Equipment/Supplies

Programs that collect medical equipment and supplies (such as sickroom equipment, hospital beds, monitoring devices, resuscitation equipment, respiratory aids, incontinence supplies and first aid kits) as they become available and distribute whatever they have on hand to people who need them. Because acquisition of these materials is intermittent, it is difficult to specify exactly which items may be available at any given time.

Respiratory Aids

Programs that pay for or provide equipment which enables people who have ongoing respiratory disorders to breathe comfortably. Included are programs that loan respiratory equipment and those that provide equipment that people can keep.

Toileting Aids

Programs that pay for or provide male and female portable urinals, bed pans, potty seats, commodes, commode chairs, toilet safety frames, wide access toilet seats, elevated toilet seats or other toileting aids for people who are unable to leave their beds to use the bathroom or who require adaptations to use the bathroom toilet.

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