Frequently Asked Questions

Fire safety tips around oxygen tanks

You should keep oxygen tanks AT LEAST 5-feet away from a heat source, open flames or electrical devices. NEVER use a candle, match, lighter or other open flame near medical oxygen.

You should also NEVER use water on a candle flame, as it will instead spread the fire and increase the chance of splashing on you. The best way to put out a candle is to blow on the flame or extinguish its oxygen with a cover.

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What does it mean to be a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business?

The Department of Defense (DoD) has undertaken an outreach effort to identify small businesses owned and controlled by veterans and service-disabled veterans. The DoD outreach effort aims to improve prime and subcontracting opportunities for veteran and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. The DoD believes that the sacrifices made by veterans in the service of our country needs to be recognized at all levels of government. The Defense Department is committed to make the maximum practicable prime and subcontracting opportunities available to such firms. learn more

What does "Veteran Quality" mean?

We will perform our assigned duties under the combined ownership of Service Disabled Veterans and experienced executives from the medical field. We strive to hire, train, and employ Veterans or their family members as technicians and staff, and will provide the same selfless service attitude that our Veterans provided us during their military service.

What is Mid-Cities Medical's experience in providing quality care for the American Veteran?

We have been continuously contracted with the Veterans Administration for twenty consecutive years specializing in servicing the home medical needs of veterans with complete lines of government issued medical and hospital equipment.

Are you part of the U.S. General Services Administration Advantage program?

We ARE a part of GSA Advantage!®, the online government purchasing service run by the General Services Administration, and all of our products are available for purchase through GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contract No. V797D-50540.

Contract V797D50540
FSC: 6515
SIN: A-10/A-47
65 II A-Medical Equipment and Supplies

Mid-Cities Medical is a CVE Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business supplier of durable medical equipment, respiratory equipment and supplies, including portable and stationary oxygen concentrators, all of which are available for purchase through GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contract No. V797D-50540.

What are your NAICS numbers?

NAICS Our North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) numbers are

  • 423450
  • 493110
  • 493190
  • 532283
  • 621610
  • 621999

Manufacturers we distribute

Made in the USA, Mid-Cities Medical provides durable medical equipment including Respiratory Equipment and Supplies, Hospital Beds, Mattresses and Therapeutic Support Surfaces, Stretchers, Patient Lifts, Healthcare Furniture and Seating, Bathroom Safety, Wheelchairs, and so much more!

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Need to order medical equipment?

Mid-Cities Medical is a proud Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) member of GSA Advantage!®, the online shopping and ordering system that provides access to millions of supplies (products) and services.