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- (225) 906-1594
1780 Commercial Dr
Port Allen, LA 70767-6103
One of the challenges of working with most DME providers, is that they save their “newest and best” equipment for traditional Medicare home patients, leaving their “oldest and worst” equipment for their hospice and nursing home customers. DME Express focuses “exclusively” on hospices and nursing facilities, ensuring that these customers get the “newest and best” equipment.
Another challenge with most DME providers is that most are small operators that lack the financial resources to stock an adequate “excess” supply of equipment to fulfill unpredictable last minute orders from high volume hospice and nursing facility operators. With over 100,000 square feet of warehouse space and over $20 million of inventory, DME Express stocks ample excess equipment to fulfill any order, of any size, at any time from its hospice and nursing facility customers.
Another frustration with most DME providers is that they are unwilling accommodate after hours and weekend deliveries without charging an after hours delivery fee. Because last minute orders and after hours deliveries are common for our hospice and nursing facility customers, DME Express nevercharges a delivery or pickup fee for last minute orders regardless of the time day or night, weekend or holiday. With over 20 warehouses and 90 delivery technicians, DME Express has the ability to fulfill orders more quickly than any other provider in our multi-state service area.
Finally, DME Express purchases larger volumes of equipment than any other DME provider servicing hospices and nursing facilities in our service area. Our large purchasing volume give us access to lower pricing that we are able to pass on to our customers in the form of the lowest pricing of any DME provider in our multi-state service area.