NEED A OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR FOR YOU OR A LOVED ONE?
O2 Assist is receiving weekly truckloads of both 5L and 10 L machines. Due to demand we can not field every phone call immediately. Please click the button below and fill out the form with your Name, Email and Phone Number. We will reach out as soon as possible. By filling out the form and requesting either a 5L or 10L you will receive a call back in the order in which we receive your request.
At O2 Assist we are doing everything we can to service and provide a machine for everyone in need.
WHY CHOOSE US
OUR HEARTFELT MISSION
It is our mission to deliver an oxygen solution that will be tailor-made to your personal circumstances. You will be assigned your own Personal Oxygen Specialist who will assist you and your family throughout your oxygen dependence moving forward.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR PERSONAL OXYGEN SPECIALIST
We are Clinical Consultants. You will be assigned your own Personal Oxygen Specialist who will be with you throughout your journey. He/She will be your first Point of Contact ready to answer questions, troubleshoot and provide First Line Technical Support.
THE MOST MODERN PRODUCTS
While the use of oxygen for medical purposes has been around since the 1800’s, the use of modern day oxygen concentrator technology is fairly new. We carry the latest technology on offer and are committed to helping you make the right choice
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
While you may have certain personal needs specific to your disease there are millions of patients that are affected similarly to yourself. We understand this and we're here to help.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
GENERAL SETH MCKEE, USAF, RETIRED
I have worked with Andrew for many years. He has assisted me throughout the progression of my COPD. He has always been there when I have needed him.
LESTER TENNEY,US ARMY, RETIRED, BATAAN DEATH MARCH SURVIVOR
Andrew’s commitment to service excellence has made the process of finding the right machine for me better than I could have imagined. As a result, I’m able to preserve my independence and activity while on oxygen. Remember, dying is easy, living is hard.