Patient Resource Center

531 Main Street • Montrose, CO 81401
1450 E. 3rd Street • Delta, CO 81416
565 25 Road, Suite 101, Grand Junction, CO 81505

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How Can We Help Make Your Life Better?

Professional, caring people and top quality products stand behind our reputation of providing the best services that our friends and neighbors have come to expect. Hartman Brothers Medical provides personal consultation in any of our three locations or at your home if needed.

Respiratory Care and Oxygen Therapy

Combine the personal attention from among our five credentialed Respiratory therapists on staff along with the latest in oxygen, CPAP/BiPAP equipment and supplies, disease state management, aerosol therapy, suctioning, tracheostomy supplies, incentive spirometers and phototherapy equipment, you are sure to receive the best set up to manage your condition. We carry nebulizers in cute character shape for children. We stock a wide range of oxygen equipment from home fill concentrators and portable oxygen systems and travel products. Hartman Brothers Medical can assist you with your traveling needs for oxygen, as well as provide you with oxygen equipment so you don’t miss any traveling opportunity. Our Respiratory Therapists and technicians are here to assist you and work closely with you and our delivery and set-up professionals to ensure safety and convenience for our oxygen customers.

Respiratory Devices and Machines

Click on the categories below to see information on various respiratory equipment.

CPAP and BiPAP Machines and Supplies

You are sure to receive the best attention to help you manage your condition. We go the extra mile to help you choose the best options from a variety of CPAP and BiPAP machinesCPAP masks and accessories and then spend plenty of time making special adjustments in order to develop the “perfect fit.” But our services don’t stop there. We will continue to monitor your treatment and provide clinical assessments documenting treatment results for you and your doctor. Our goal is to help you obtain the best outcomes from your CPAP therapy.

Masks used with CPAP therapy generally tend to last three to six months. The effectiveness of the therapy depends on many factors. These factors include:

  • Cushion seal deterioration
  • Proper fitting and sizing
  • Frequency and method of mask cleaning
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Exposure to sunlight

A clinician from Hartman Brothers will contact you via telephone and post card as a friendly reminder to consider changing your mask and/or PAP supplies, when eligible through your insurance policy. We are always available to answer any questions or problems you may have about your CPAP or BiPAP Therapy.