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Due to the expected increase in hospitalization from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), patients with both home access and mobility equipment needs are being discharged from healthcare facilities back into their homes in order to make room and to prevent its spread.
Ramps, wheelchairs, hospital beds, walkers and other mobility equipment are in high demand, so while our showroom hours are now Appointment Only for the time being (more on that below), we can still come through for our clients that are in these unfortunate predicaments.
Working quickly and efficiently is key. Just this week we had several individuals being discharged from facilities on short notice. In some cases, frantic family members and loved ones had 24-48 hours to find solutions.
Handicap ramping, wheelchairs and hospital beds -- which company does one turn to in order to get all that stuff and receive everything they need? Well look no further. To ensure the safety of our customers, our staff members will sanitize their hands before entering the premises, keep a clear social distance of 6-feet, and wear both face masks and gloves to prevent the spread of germs.
Mobility technician Raymond Perez delivers and installs a hospital bed for a family member whose loved one was being discharged in less than one day. (Photo Credit: Tyler Thammavongsa)
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been at the forefront of all our minds recently and it's the number one topic that our customers have been talking to us about. We understand the severity of COVID-19 and are taking serious precautions to keep our staff and customers safe.
Effective Tuesday March 17, 2020, Mobility Equipment Recyclers showroom at 6802 Post Road in North Kingstown, RI will be APPOINTMENT ONLY, which means no walk-in customers until further notice. We're also not accepting donations nor purchasing equipment until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please fill out the CONTACT FORM at the bottom of the page to schedule an appointment or call us at 401-294-4111. In an effort to accommodate everyone, virtual/digital, email and phone call appointments can be made also as well as in-store appointments!
Despite the limited store hours, we will still make arrangements and any reasonable accommodation to perform an emergency repair service or to provide equipment to a loved one that's been discharged back into their home. For all pending and existing orders, we're working diligently to make sure that they get fulfilled in a timely manner.
Mobility technician Raymond Perez thoroughly cleaning a hospital bed for a family member whose loved one was being discharged in less than one day. (Photo Credit: Tyler Thammavongsa)
In-Store Appointment Guidelines
Once your appointment has been made, we just simply ask that you follow basic CDC guidelines to help prevent the spread of germs, which means no handshaking, keep a good social distance of 6 feet or more, sanitize your hands before and after your visit, cover your coughs & sneezes with tissues, and above all else if you're feeling sick, please do not come inside.