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180 Medical

1-800 Medical

(877) 688-2729

8516 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City,, Oklahoma, USA 73162

Description

180 Medical is one of America’s fastest-growing providers of sterile-use catheters, urologic, ostomy, and related disposable medical supplies. They are chosen by many of the top doctors, hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centers, and people across the nation, due to 180 Medical’s dedication to meeting the diverse supply needs of customers while providing the best customer care and service possible.

180 Medical accepts hundreds of health plans and insurance plans, including Medicare and most state Medicaid plans. Their ACHC-accreditation speaks to the fact that they maintain the highest standards in the medical supplies industry.

180 Medical was founded by Todd Brown who was injured in a motocross accident over 18 years ago. After rehab he had trouble adjusting to life at home like many others do. He had recurring urinary tract infections from using catheters and knew there had to be a better way. He met some friends at a wheelchair race that introduced him to closed system catheter kits. These helped him stay healthy and drastically reduced his infections. It was such a complete turnaround in the quality of his life, he wanted to be able to provide these types of supplies to anyone who needed them and turn their lives around too.

Find out more about 180 Medical and their products by visiting their website: www.180medical.com.

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