At Accessibility Medical our mission is to make accessibility affordable for everyone. There are no requirements or qualifications necessary to purchase our products and benefit from the affordable new and refurbished medical equipment that we offer. As a non-profit, Accessibility Medical Equipment is supported by generous donations of medical equipment from individuals and organizations throughout the Kansas City metropolitan community. In addition, we receive a grant from the Missouri Assistive Technology Advisory Council to support our equipment recycling and reuse program.
With this community support, Accessibility Medical is able to assist individuals with disabilities of all ages, seniors, those with temporary medical equipment needs, and the organizations who serve them to be able to provide equipment that would otherwise be beyond their reach due to a lack of insurance coverage, coverage for the particular items that they need, and to allow limited budgets to stretch further to have a greater positive impact on the lives of those who need medical equipment, whether as a medical necessity or for improved quality of life.
We at Accessibility Medical Equipment believe that access to affordable medical equipment should not be a barrier to recovery, to returning home after a hospital stay, to living a more independent life, or to enjoying a higher quality of life, particularly when a great deal of gently-used durable medical equipment is available within the community. To that end, we collect donations, inspect, refurbish, clean, and sanitize each item in order to offer affordable, quality, tested refurbished medical equipment in the Kansas City area and beyond. As additional services to the community, we offer a full range of low-cost new medical equipment items, repair services, rentals and more. We look forward to working with you and yours should a need for medical equipment arise and thank all those who donate equipment to the program.
Our refurbished equipment is cleaned and sanitized following strict policies which exceed standards prescribed by the CDC and CMS to include sterilization with laboratory grade disinfectant and a 360-degree Fahrenheit commercial steam system.