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 Chicago that include Chicago, South Side, Highland Park, Gary, Evanston, Lincoln Park, South Bend and Wheaton. 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 Chicago
- Walking along the Michigan Avenue, seeing the Water Tower Plaza can be a fun element for the elderly; as much as witnessing the Old Water Tower, which is one of only two buildings to have survived the great Chicago Fire. There is also a nice bookstore on the corner called Border's.
- The Millennium park spoils you with exuberant greenery and extensive flocks of tropical birds, the 'prairie' gardens, the serpentine bridge and the random bits of artwork. Sit a while and relax at the grassy tenancy, watching people, before you set out to explore more.
- There is so much of diversity to see and do at the Navy Pier which is part amusement park, part dock yard, part shopping locality and entirely a tourist destination! The 15-story tall Ferris wheel is the most happening thing of this place.
- The John G Shedd Aquarium is something more than a beauty to behold. A must see on every guidebook, it is the world's largest indoor aquarium and if you are into fishes, you can spend countless hours here marveling at this genre of beauty of nature.
- The Ping Tom Memorial Park is a park in Chicago's Chinatown with a Chinese-style pavilion, a memorial bust of Ping Tom, flowers, and a playground. Find tea, herbal remedies, jade fountains, porcelain bibelots, silk slippers and more at the Chinatown, with some fine Chinese restaurants.
- The Chicago River is something you should never miss while at Chicago. Take the 90 minute boat-ride across this waterway and witness some of the most prolific architectural buildings of the state. As they say, the Chicago River made Chicago famous.
- The Cultural Center is a marvelous sight to see with it's remarkable architecture and design. The build of this edifice is based on classical Greek and Italian Renaissance with mosaic, bronze, marble and two stained-glass dome crafts. A host of art exhibitions, theatrical performances, films and other programs are presented at this building.
- The Lincoln Park Zoo is yet another recreational spot for the aged few who would love to spend some quality time with nature. There are enough critters in the zoo to keep you happy and the pretty gardens and a glassed-in conservatory also keep you frittering for few more hours.
- An extensive collection of genres of museums are a thing to go for. Ranging from different fields such as art, history, culture, medical science and a lot more; museums at Chicago are a perfect source of recreation, knowledge and treat for your eyes, all at the same time.
- Love theatre? Chicago is just the place for you. The Civic Opera House is the second-largest opera auditorium in North America with 3,563-seats. They have an assortment of plays going on every day, and each play lasts from 1 and a half to 4 hours depending on the motif.