KMESA Requesting Equipment for Kentucky Flood Victims

Published in Government Relations on August 08, 2022

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We have all seen the tragic stories and footage of the disastrous flooding in Kentucky. Here’s another opportunity to help!

This morning, Executive Director of KMESA, Teresa Aldridge sent out a request to her KMESA members asking for assistance with medical equipment needs. We are sharing this with all HME supplier across the country! Reach out to Teresa at teresalynne7265@outlook.com or call (270)849-8991 if you would like to help.

 If you can assist with any of the following DMEPOS items:

  • Glucometers
  • Neb Machines
  • Neb Tubing
  • Digital Blood Pressure Cuffs
  • Pulse Oximeters
  • Wheelchairs.
  • Canes
  • Walkers
  • Oxygen Concentrators
  • Oxygen Tubing
  • Diabetic Supplies-Glucometers, Test Strips, Alcohol Wipes
  • Gloves
  • Bedside Commodes
  • Manual Can Openers (to be able to open the canned goods that are being donated)

One suggestion: any equipment that is donated it is recommended any company labels be removed.

Teresa said, “I will oversee any donations and make sure they are given to the appropriate areas.”  

Again anyone who would like to make a donation please contact Teresa by email - teresalynne7265@outlook.com OR (270)849-8991

You can also send supplies or a contribution to ARH.org


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