ProMedica buys O.E. Meyer’s HME division

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

TOLEDO, Ohio – ProMedica Home Medical Equipment intends to buy out O.E. Meyer Co.’s HME division, according to the Sandusky Register. The division sells everything from aids to daily living to orthopedics to ramps to CPAP devices. ProMedica, an integrated health and wellness organization that serves counties in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, says the acquisition will allow the company to expand its offerings and serve consumers in new markets. It plans to keep O.E. Meyer’s five HME locations in Sandusky, Fremont, Tiffin, Walbridge and Lorain, and has offered positions to all HME employees, according to the newspaper. In addition to 12 hospitals, ProMedica has several divisions, including HME. O.E. Meyer will continue to operate industrial, wholesale health care, propane, and carbonic divisions at eight locations.