We have offer a wide selection of high-quality portable oxygen concentrators available from the most trusted, professional brands like Respironics, Inogen, SeQual and Invacare. Our Oxygen Rental Center is to help with all of your portable oxygen improvement needs.
We always have inventory that is available to be shipped to all areas of Georgia that include Atlanta, Savannah, Marietta, Alpharetta, Macon, Lawrenceville, Augusta, Kennesaw, Roswell, Decatur, Athens, Duluth, Gainesville, Norcross, Columbus, Smyrna, Helen, Suwanee, Stone Mountain, Valdosta, Tybee Island, Lithonia and Dahlonega. For your convenience, we are also open 7 days a week for more hours than any other oxygen company and ship 7 days a week; ground, 2nd day, overnight and in emergency rental cases.
If you have any questions about your specific concentrator, one of our many knowledgeable Oxygen Associates will help you choose the portable concentrator that will fit your needs. Oxygen Concentrator Inc also offers competitive prices for all of our rental concentrators.
Our rental portable concentrators include the Respironics SimplyGo
, Respironics EverGo
, SeQual Eclipse
, Inogen One G3
. Please contact us at (877) 303-7062
to speak to a customer service so us can help you with your oxygen needs.
Activities and Attractions to do in Georgia
- The Stone Mountain Park is a merge of theme parks and feral forests. Enjoy the natural grandeur of golf courses, lively trails, tree-top rope climbing and even a Swiss cable car. This park is also home to world's biggest high-relief statuettes portraying Confederate Civil War heroes.
- The Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville will take you back to America's Antebellum Era. The grounds here are full of Southern culture, permitting a picnic beneath shady trees or a stroll through the placid gardens. One can also spot horses and their riders trudging about the estate.<.li>
- The Amicalola Falls in Dawsonville, Georgia is the loftiest waterfall in the Southeastern part of United States. Enjoy the view of water from the Maple Restaurant, or catch one of numerous hikes through the park for other exquisite sights.
- The Jekyll Island on Georgia's southeastern coast is the place to elude the city’s bustle and lose yourself into Georgia's luxury, highlighting grandiose manors, old-fashioned streets lined with oak and magnolia trees, and fine beaches featuring pelicans and sandpipers plummeting toward the shore.
- The Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest delivers a host of outdoor fun for all age groups, including hiking, fishing, horse riding and kayaking. The forest is also home to the cozy village of Helen which is an imitation of an alpine village.
- Make sure not to miss the Georgia Aquarium, which is the largest aquarium in the world with more than 10 million gallons of water housing sea creatures such as albino alligators, garden eels, stingrays and jellyfish. There is also touch pool to provide additional entertainment.
- The Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club is a pristine site to participate in one of Georgia's much loved leisure - golf. You can opt between the Seaside Course and the Plantation Course, both of which offer excellent views of the ocean.
- Monterey Square is the most scenic site for historical monuments in Georgia. This place hosts an effigy of the Revolutionary War hero Casimir Pulaski; and is built amidst some of extraordinary mansions in the city, including the 1860 built Mercer House.
- The Fox Theatre, dating back to the Roaring 20s and old Hollywood, was built to impress! It was once a mosque and hence is decorated with onion domes and spectacular minarets.
- The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Georgia is the King's birthplace and childhood abode. Inside the palace one can see his family's possessions and a multimedia civil rights display. Book a tour at King Center for an inside trip, as soon as you arrive in the city.