Medtech Services, has been serving the Reno area’s home medical equipment needs, including scooters, power and manual wheelchairs, wheelchair vans, wheelchair lifters, seating and positioning products, hand controls, and adaptive equipment needs since 1988. We offer pick-up and delivery within a 100 mile radius and service and repair wheelchairs, so see us with all your repair needs.
Great news for travelers
Are you considering an upcoming trip to Reno, Sparks or Lake Tahoe, but not sure if you should make the trip due to difficulty in getting around? Medtech Services may have equipment available to help you enjoy your stay. Click the following link and send us an e mail about your upcoming visit, and we can coordinate having a mobility scooter waiting for you at your hotel. Please be sure to include all of your contact information on your e mail to us, or you can call our toll free number 1-800-633-8324 to arrange your equipment prior to your visit.
Expect more from Medtech Services
Medtech Services in Reno, we firmly believe that by taking good care of people, our business and employees will continue to prosper. The products we carry offer the highest quality for the best price. When customers in the Reno area are looking for home medical equipment, power and manual wheelchairs, wheelchair vans and lifters, adaptive equipment and scooters, they know they can count on Medtech Services.
Our commitment is that our customers and their insurance companies will receive the most value for their money. This philosophy benefits our customers in many ways:
- Customers can depend on us to take good care of them and their products well after the initial purchase.
- Customers can rely on us for service after the sale. We know the history of every scooter, wheelchair and piece of home medical equipment we sell.
- We have rental equipment on hand should our customer require comparable products for use, in the event their wheelchair or scooter stays overnight for service/repairs. Not all customized equipment will be available for rental.
- Customers will receive additional training or fine tuning adjustments on their home medical equipment, wheelchairs and scooters as a courtesy after the sale.
- Insurance companies can be confident their beneficiaries will benefit from our skilled staff during the evaluation phase. The result is appropriate equipment evaluated by qualified professionals.
A Little History
Rick Graver, President of Medtech Services has lived in Reno for over 40 years. He formed Medtech Services in 1988 with the goal of helping the disabled in Northern Nevada with their mobility needs. Medtech Services is well known in the Reno/Sparks and neighboring communities as a provider of quality medical equipment and supplies, and automotive adaptive driving solutions.
He is a successful business person and is certified to fit wheelchairs under the Assistive Technology Professional Credential provided by RESNA. Rick is well known in the community for his involvement with the Nevada Association of Medical Products Suppliers, Region D Durable Medical Equipment Rehab Advisory Committee to Medicare, and the Provider Outreach and Education Committee to Medicare.
We are Accredited
What does accreditation mean to you?
Accreditation is a process in which is certification of competency, authority, or credibility is presented. Being accredited, Medtech Services, can assure you that our trained professionals have the skill and judgement to provide service related to the preservation or improvement of the health of individuals or the treatment or care of individuals who are injured, sick, disabled, or infirm.
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Office of Quality Monitoring
The Joint Commission
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