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 Grand Rapids that include Grand Rapids, Walker, Kentwood and Forrest Hills. 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 Grand Rapids
- Grand Rapids boardwalk is quite a place to take a stroll. It leads you not only past Gerald R. Ford's eternal resting place to Amway Grand and Devos Center, but also presents you with the prospects of making countless romantic memories.
- Go and perceive the history behind Gerald R. Ford at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. And while at this place make sure you pay tribute to this great President at his final quiescent place along the Grand.
- The Public Museum of Grand Rapids boasts the history of the Furniture City's former happenings, as well as hosting quite a number of the national touring displays. Grand Rapids also presents to you the famous King Tut!
- The Grand Rapids Art Museum boasts of being the six best buildings in the world. This museum features a few of Picasso's paintings with numerous pieces of art from all over the world. And if you happen to be here during Christmas, you shall be lucky enough to witness the famous Grand Rapids Christmas Tree!
- The Festival of Arts gives local Grand Rapids artists of all sorts the prospects of sharing their art with the city. And to boost the event, they host the 'People's Choice Awards' to let you pick out your favorites.
- A morning walk or jog through the historic Heritage Hill district lets you witness the 1840s and 1850s buildings that mark the true beginning of life in the city of Grand Rapids. Make sure you visit the Voigt House Museum for a treat for your eyes!
- The Meyer May home is one of the most distinctive homes in Grand Rapids. It was built by Frank Lloyd Wright himself who happens to be one of America’s best architects. With it grandeur and exquisiteness, this place is truly a must-see.
- The Calder Plaza is a giant minaret built by Alexander Calder. Taxis and newspapers adorn this iconic symbol and you get a chance to see its picture on all of the city guides. It’s a truly captivating moment to witness in the city of Grand Rapids, giving a free rein to culture and magnificence.
- Visit the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, where locals and visitors both, enjoy the Gardens and Park, simply because it has got a lot to offer. If you happen to be in the area during spring, make sure you check out the butterfly garden. Another local favorite is the American Horse also known as Leonardo DaVinci’s horse.
- Millennium Park connects the four suburbs of Grand Rapids - Walker, Wyoming, Grandville, and Grand Rapids itself. The park often referred to as the Central Park of Grand Rapids proffers a “beach" and historical Indian mounds.