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KYMESA requests medical equipment 

KYMESA requests medical equipment 

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – The Kentucky Medical Equipment Suppliers Association (KMESA) has put out a request to members to assist with medical equipment needs in the wake of disastrous flooding in the state. VGM Government Relations has amplified the request to all providers in all states. KYMESA is looking for assistance with the following DMEPOS items: glucometers, neb machines, neb tubing, digital blood pressure cuffs, pulse oximeters, wheelchairs, canes, walkers, oxygen concentrators, oxygen tubing, diabetic supplies, gloves, bedside commodes and manual can openers. “I will oversee any donations and make sure they are given to the appropriate areas,” said Teresa Lynne Aldridge, executive director. Aldridge can be reached at [email protected] Flooding in Eastern Kentucky has killed at least 37 people and has destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes, according to news reports. 
 

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