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 Oregon that include Portland, Eugene, Bend, Salem, Beaverton, Corvallis, Medford, Hillsboro, Ashland, Grants Pass, Lake Oswego, Klamath Falls, Astoria, Cannon Beach, Roseburg, Oregon City, Newport, Gresham, McMinnville, Coos Bay, Seaside, Tigard, Lincoln City, Springfield, The Dalles, Albany, Hood River, Pendleton, Brookings, Milwaukie, Florence and Redmond. 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 Oregon
- The Columbia River Highway is one of the first American highways designed exclusively for scenic touring. The drivable section of this highway is a remarkable Oregon lure with scenic viewpoints, grand waterfalls, and the Columbia River Gorge.
- Crater Lake's clear blue water is itself an attraction. The rim of the caldera with impressive overlooks, picnic spots, and other attractions make your trip worthy. Hiking and boating are the other popular activities at the Crater Lake National Park.
- The globally renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival is another popular attraction in Oregon. Watch both classic and contemporary plays, take backstage tours, lectures, and workshops adhering to Shakespeare.
- The Cascade Lakes Highway takes you through a plethora of scenic prospects starting from volcanic landscapes, snow capped mountains to pristine lakes and rivers. You can also stop by for a hike, some fishing, a picnic, or simply view the picturesque scenery.
- The Lewis and Clark National Historical Park proffers a surfeit of fun activities to do at the Fort Clatsop site. Go to the visitor center; check out the informative exhibits; watch documentary films, and read from exclusive book store. There is always so much to do at this place.
- Fun things to see and do within the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center comprises of educational exhibits, multimedia presentations, artifacts and amazing views. Outside the edifice get a taste of the life in Oregon Trail through living history exhibitions, and wagon exhibits.
- The Astoria Column venerates momentous role played by the city in US history. The murals represent imperative events such as the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the demolition of the Tonquin, the foremost Astorians, and the influx of the railroad.
- The Columbia River Maritime Museum proffers exhibits correlating to a wide variety of topics focusing on the past and present maritime of the Northwest. The museum also lays stress on European exploration, Coast Guard vessels and activities, the fishing industry and the lighthouses.
- The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum houses aerial artifacts such as missiles, rockets, boosters, a Mercury Space Capsule, a facsimile of the Apollo Command Module and the Lunar Module and much more. The Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark is another major attraction here.
- Washington Park in Portland is home to an assortment of exciting attractions, inclusive of the Oregon Zoo, the Portland International Rose Test Garden, the World Forestry Center Discovery Museum, the Portland Japanese Garden, and the Hoyt Arboretum. You can spend an entire day here.