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Home Oxygen & Durable Medical Equipment

Available 24/7

The Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital’s Department of Home Oxygen & Durable Medical Equipment (DME), located on the 2nd floor of the Medical Arts Building, offers a full range of services for patients needing medical equipment and home oxygen.

Contact Us
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You can reach Home Oxygen & Durable Medical Equipment at (406) 228-3618.

Home Oxygen Services We Provide

Under qualified medical supervision, our home oxygen service offers equipment, maintenance, and regular delivery within a 100-mile radius of Glasgow, MT. Our service is provided with the same caring attitude you have come to expect from Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH). Our trained staff, including 1 technician, are available 24/7 for equipment maintenance, consultation, and in the unlikely event of a problem.

How Do I Get Home Oxygen?

You should contact your primary care physician if you feel you are a good candidate for home oxygen. With a physician’s order, we would be happy to assist you with all your home oxygen needs.

Sleep Apnea & CPAP or BiPAP Machines

FMDH’s DME provides patients with top-of-the-line CPAP and BiPAP machines from ResMed and Respironics. We have a technician available by appointment to set you up and go through your equipment. To qualify for CPAP or BiPAP, make sure you have a face-to-face visit with your physician before your sleep study. FMDH offers a full range of masks, including full face, nasal, and nasal pillow options. Stop in and check out our great selection of masks from Respironics, ResMed, and Fisher & Paykel.

Additional Equipment Available

Not only is FMDH able to provide home oxygen and sleep services, but we also have additional medical equipment available for our patients.

We offer:

  • Semi ElectricHospital Beds
  • Various size Wheel chairs (manual)
  • Nebulizer Machines and Supplies

We will do our best to serve you and help you with your medical needs. We will offer you valuable guidance that will help you choose the supplies that are right for you.

Recall Notice

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital DME has been notified of a recall on our Dreamstation CPAP machines and possibly some older System One units. Respironics will be contacting our patients directly via letters to inform them of the proper steps and processes to get their machines fixed or replaced. There are approximately 4 million machines affected by the recall, so this process may take time. An estimated 20,000 letters are being sent out daily. For more information on the recall and to register your device, visit or call (877) 907-7508. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please feel free to call us with any other questions or concerns regarding the recall at (406) 228-3618.

Medical Device Correction

Notification to patients using any of these sleep and respiratory care devices: Amara View Minimal Contact Full-Face Mask, DreamWear Full Face Mask, DreamWisp Nasal Mask with Over the Nose Cushion, Wisp Nasal Masks and Wisp Youth Nasal Masks, and Therapy Mask 3100 NC/SP.

These named devices contain magnets and use of the mask is contraindicated for patients and their household members, caregivers, and bed partners that may be in close vicinity to patients using the masks, that have implanted devices that may be affected by magnets. For a full list of possibly effected devices and more information on this notification please click here.

Oxygen Concentrator Video

Oxygen Setup and Paperwork

Dreamstation 2 Setup Video