We Beat Walmart with our $3.89 Prescription Pricing.
We started a new prescription savings program offering the standard $4.00 prescription price at $3.89.
New Dispensing Robot lowers the time you wait for your prescription. Most are done in under 5 minutesMuch Higher Accuracy.Your Medication is Never touched by human hands.
Mission: To provide our community with the most reliable home medical equipment services while maintaining the highest standards and quality assurance that our customers should expect.
We offer the most comprehensive Home Medical Equipment services in the state of Michigan. We have implemented the highest standards in our practices and continuously provide our community with quality assured home medical equipment.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
Home Medical Equipment:
Medicare Reimbursement Since 1983, Medicare Part B has provided partial reimbursement for extra-depth shoes and inserts for qualifying patients with diabetes. Medical experts agree that many amputations resulting from diabetes-related foot complications can be prevented by appropriate, properly fitting footwear.
Dr. Comfort offers a complete footwear system for men and women with diabetes. Shoes • The extra width and depth of Dr. Comfort shoes alleviate pressure on swollen feet, bunions, hammer toes for a more comfortable fit.• Our supportive, lightweight shoe design protects your feet — and helps you stay active.• Heat-molded inserts personalize the fit of your Dr. Comfort shoes. Socks • Dr. Comfort socks promote blood circulation while reducing the moisture and microbial growth that can cause infections. Slippers • Dr. Comfort slippers protect for your feet from injury around the house. • Learn more about The Dr. Comfort Difference. Medicare and Medicaid often provide coverage of Dr. Comfort shoes and inserts because quality, custom-fit footwear is key to the ongoing foot health of people with diabetes. See if you qualify. What Else You Can Do To protect your feet against the complications of diabetes, follow these simple tips: • Carefully bathe and dry your feet daily to prevent infections.• Avoid walking around barefoot or in open sandals to prevent injuries to your feet. • Quit smoking to maintain healthy blood circulation.