Home Health Depot adds 2,500 patients
INDIANAPOLIS – Home Health Depot continues its growth spurt with the acquisition of RCS Management's respiratory business, it announced April 24.
The deal gives Home Health Depot about 2,500 new patients.
“We are committed to being the most responsive respiratory and sleep therapy equipment company in the Midwest," stated Nathan Feltman, president of Home Health Depot, in a release.
Home Health Depot has seen its respiratory business grow over the past several years, which it credits to investments in technology like self-fill oxygen systems and CPAP/Bi-level machines with wireless modems to track compliance.
“Our licensed clinicians and technicians are focused on helping our patients achieve the best possible outcomes,” stated Jim Duncan, Home Health Depot’s vice president of respiratory services. “By investing in the best technology and hiring the most dedicated and caring clinicians, we believe we give our patients the best possible chance to maintain their independence and resume their daily activities.”
In February, Home Health Depot acquired the Iowa City, Iowa-based Advanced Rehab Technologies; and opened a new branch in Fort Wayne, Ind. The provider also has locations in Michigan and Illinois.
Home Health Depot offers home medical equipment, custom rehab and mobility, home modifications and retail products.