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Business Description
Established 60 year ago, Kaiser Wells Home Services is a pharmacy, which supplies home-medical equipment. Based in Norwalk, Ohio, the firm offers a variety of products, such as hospital beds, lift chairs, diabetic supplies, wheelchairs, bathroom safety supplies, respiratory equipment, to name a few. Besides, the firm provides numerous services, through registered pharmacists, respiratory personnel, medical-equipment technicians, insurance billing experts and surgical stocking and mastectomy fitters. In addition, its professionals are available 24-7 throughout the year.

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Phone: (419) 668-7651

Primary Phone: (419) 663-1005

Primary Phone: (419) 668-7651

Phone: (419) 663-1005

Fax Number: (419) 663-5837

TollFree: (800) 228-7651

Home Health
Payment method
master card, visa

Kaiser Wells Pharmacy & Homecare

Kaiser Wells Homecare Svc

Kaiser Wells Homecare

Pharmacies, Medical Equipment & Supplies, Home Health Care Equipment & Supplies, Hospital Equipment & Supplies
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this place denied my dying mot...

this place denied my dying mother a hospital bed when her doctor wrote a prescription for it. a doctors written prescription is all that is required for durable medical equipment under the rules of medicare. they said medicare's rules made no difference to them, that she had to qualify under their rules-which she did not. she could have got it the 17th of dec 2010, if they would have followed the law. instead, she got one the 14th of dec from dasco in ashland, they were dumbfounded about k-w. she passed away the 17th. she could have had one for 4 more days if not for kaiser wells. maybe if you had just 1 hour to live you would meet their qualifications. people should refuse to do business with them and run them out of business

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