Durable Medical Equipment. A great business to be in as the American population ages. A service business engaged in the dispensing of equipment to the aging population living at home. Equipment includes oxygen and respiratory equipment, hospital beds, wheelchairs and ambulatory aids. This business has grown a lot and it has a bright future. Rain or shine, people are aging, but the trend is known as 'aging in place' i.e. you don't move out of your house as you grow older and need more help.
This business directly serves that need and the trend makes sense from both a social policy and economic standpoint. Market area is a 75 mile radius in and around Houston. Revenue comes primarily from Private Insurance and Cash. Currently, the company has contracts with multiple large and small private insurance companies including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare, AETNA and Evercare, to name a few. Owner will train and provide assistance to ensure a successful transition. Trade Receivables are available for additional $50,000.