If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Utah, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Utah.
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Map of Free Medical Equipment in Utah
List of Free Medical Equipment in Utah
Since its founding in 1996, Globus Relief has flourished into an internationally recognized humanitarian medical resource organization providing aid to hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
Their work has been successful due to the relationships that they have established on a local, national and international basis with partner charities, corporations, hospitals, clinics and governments working to provide access to improved healthcare in over 140 countries.
Together we have distributed medical equipment and supplies to hundreds of qualified partner charities working with healthcare institutions and missions worldwide.
- 1Individual donations may be brought directly to our warehouse at 1365 Gladiola Street, Suite 4, Salt Lake City, Utah (near California Avenue and 3400 West). You can print off, fill out and bring the Walk-In Donation Form, or we will ask you to fill one out when you arrive.
- 2Globus Relief accepts any items that would be suitable in a medical or dental setting including supplies, instruments and, upon approval, equipment. There are a few expired supplies that we can accept, but for most we require 6+ months dating. We do not accept used durable medical equipment or medications that have been prescribed to an individual or that are hazardous or liquid.
Ability 1st Utah one of Utah's Independent Living Centers. Ability 1st Utah has an equipment loan bank for durable medical equipment (DME).
Most of the equipment has been donated to our center, which means that some of the equipment is gently used. Some of the devices are newly purchased from center resources. These devices are available for loan to eligible consumers.
For those unfamiliar with the concept of a loan bank, we offer the use of durable medical equipment (DME) to our consumers on a temporary basis, until permanent equipment can be accessed and placed with the consumer.
- 1Their office is in North Provo:
1455 West 820 North Provo, UT 84604
The UILC was the first independent living center in Utah and have been serving this community (Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties) since April 1982.
We loan assistive equipment to those who have a temporary need for equipment, such as a person needing equipment while waiting for funding to purchase their own or a person needed a temporary wheelchair while their own is repaired.
- 1Our services are provided at no cost. We are funded through State and Federal Grants and private donations.
- 2No information about accepting medical equipment donations. Better check with them since many CILs do accept.
Project Embrace operated it’s first donation campaign out of a dorm room in October 2017 with just a handful of medical devices collected locally.
Now, we’re a global 501(c)(3) nonprofit with hopes of increasing access to healthcare for all.
- 1Our partners at Sigma Nu of University of Utah are graciously assisting us with device collection. Just drop it off on their south patio, closest to 100 S.
- 2At this time, we cannot accept hospital beds or electric devices.
- 3They have various campaigns in US and worldwide in partnership with other organizations to distribute medical equipment. On their website there is also a Request a Device form which can also be completed by individuals.
- 4They operate from Salt Lake City, Utah.
The loan bank of equipment has been donated to the center to help community members in need.
Roads To Independence’s Loan Bank Program consist of a wide range of Assistive Technology Devices that are loaned to individuals on a temporary basis.
The loan bank is made up with equipment that has been donated to the Center or purchased through grants. There is no fee assessed to borrow an item from the Loan Bank.
Ability Found obtains mobility equipment through organizations and people like you who donate money to help us purchase new equipment and parts.
We also obtain equipment through both new and used in-kind donations. We then we adapt this mobility equipment for the use of others. We spend a great deal of time and effort finding mobility equipment that meets your needs. We charge a low-cost fee for this service.
- 1In-kind mobility and adaptive equipment donations in good condition are a major reason why Ability Found is able to provide equipment to those in need for very low or in some cases no cost. We accept in-kind donations at our warehouse offices as well as those in-kind donations that are shipped to us. Thank you for your generosity.