#1Veteran owned medical company.
#1Veteran owned medical company, Mountainside Medical Equipment Company.
This is a veteran owned medical equipment company.
Mountainside Medical Equipment Company is a veteran owned medical equipment company founded in 2002. Mountainside Medical Equipment, Inc is a certified service disabled veteran-owned small business. They are a medical supplies and equipment supply chain wholesaler to nursing homes, healthcare facilities, physicians, and government organizations since 2002. They have leveraged agreements with hundreds of medical manufactures to offer low-cost, comprehensive solutions to a global healthcare market.
Their pain relief products contain natural ingredients that are full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents that help treat pain at the source. They work differently than other topical gels. It doesn’t just numb the pain, it treats the inflammation causing the chronic pain.
If you are looking for Covid supplies, IV irrigation and injection, hand sanitizers, pain relief, oral care, skin care, medical supplies, medical equipment, check out what they have to offer here.
As I’m sitting here writing this post, I’m also watching the A&E show Intervention. Mountainside offers Naloxone for overdose reversal. If you know anything about addiction and the problems this country is facing with that, then you’ll understand how important an overdose reversal medication can be. Click here to see more details on Naloxone.
If you are a nurse, or in the medical field as a public servant, Mountainside offers a lot of products so you can do your job. You can click here to check out what they have to offer.
They have a HUGE selection of medical supplies.
- Surgical Instruments
- Diagnostic Equipment
- Specimen containers and collectors
- Pulse Oximeters
- Pain Relief
In my previous life, prior to becoming disabled, I worked in the nursing industry. So these types of things were very important, and needed to work properly and be on hand when I needed them.
I’m sharing this company because I have to advocate for myself a lot for my medical situations. I take my own blood pressure, watch my pulse rate (via my smart watch) and it’s important for me to be able to understand and handle what’s going on with my body. I believe the more information a person can have, the better prepared they are to deal with whatever life has to throw at them.