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Ellis Home Oxygen & Medical Equipment

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(1 Review)

925 N Main St, Marion, VA 24354

(276) 783-5050

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Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
30
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (276) 783-6868

Primary Phone: (276) 783-6868

Fax Number: (276) 783-3357

Fax: (276) 783-3357

TollFree: (800) 896-3650

Brands
home health, invacare
Payment method
master card, visa, cash, check
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Ellis Home Oxygen & Medical Equipment, Inc.

Categories
Oxygen, Oxygen Therapy Equipment-Wholesale & Manufacturers, Medical Equipment & Supplies, Home Health Care Equipment & Supplies, Medical Equipment Repair, Uniforms, Wheelchairs, Home Health Services
Other Information

Specialties: Sleep Apnea, Diabetes

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Tammy D.

09/30/2015

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I go to the Marion location. I have been in this place 3 times. The 2 older ladies that work at their desks are so rude. An elderly man was needing an item and his prescription had ran out. They both said that wasn't their problem. The man told them he still needed it, whether insurance paid or not. Then one of them (the one on the right with the white hair )asked me if she could help me, without getting up from her desk, and I said I wanted to pay my bill. I had to take it back to her and then she gets up and goes to the register. Couldn't she have just got up and came to the counter to begin with? They both have acted as if their behinds were glued to their seats. My husband needed an arm band for tennis elbow, in an earlier visit this year. They acted like we were lying and then when they finally did get up to go look for one, The lady sitting at the window desk said to just give him the one under the counter that had been opened, it was still good. Should that be the kind of behavior a medical equiptment facility should have? Be nice to the elderly. You will be that age some day and I am sure you don't want some one treating you that way. Get rid of the desk ladies! They are terrible. I like Angie. Atleast she will smile and talk to you like a normal person. She dont act like you are bothering her. I would love to work in a place like that and I guarantee I'd smile and greet every one that came through that door! After all, it is a business that makes money, why not appreciate the customers a little bit better. I know not everyday is a good butteach these gals some manners and to smile.I'm not asking for a friendship but atleast treat me like a paying customer!

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