PromptCare specializes in meeting the high-tech respiratory needs of our clients, providing them with access to the latest advanced technology to enter the market. We work closely with a patient’s physicians and healthcare team to evaluate and meet the needs of your loved one.

The PromptCare difference is not in our ability to obtain the latest equipment but in the dedicated, expertly trained and highly skilled respiratory therapists (RT) using the equipment, who help maximize the technology within the device. Our goal is to make sure that the equipment is working properly and that our patients and families understand how to use the equipment. Our RTs are on call 24 hours a day to assist you with any questions, offer support or to help handle an emergency.

PromptCare is a leader in home ventilation therapy, offering multiple styles of ventilators. The LTV 1150 and the Trilogy are the ventilators most often ordered by our referral sources. We also carry the T-70 portable cough assist, as well as the Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation, an IPV device for COPD from Percussionaire. One of our dedicated staff members is waiting to answer any questions on these or any other products that you may need.

We’re one of the nation’s largest providers of home ventilator therapy.

"I never have to worry about my referrals with PromptCare. They really keep us in the loop, communicating with us about how our patients are doing. We have not nearly seen as many return visits to acute care as we have with other providers."

- Peggy Bartram, Director of Respiratory Care at Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford, CT

Our team:
Caring and committed
Deep experience
Highly responsive
Trusted partner
Valued expertise

"The PromptCare team is very professional and knowledgeable. When they bring in equipment, they bring in all the different pieces to conduct the training. They spend a lot of time with the family, going above and beyond to bond with them and making multiple visits to the patient's home. They take very good care of the patient and their equipment.”

- Peggy Bartram, Director of Respiratory Care at Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford, CT

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