Durable Medical Equipment
2005 - Dr. Sylvette Castro, D.Ed. Owner/CEO started Horizons Medical Supplies (HMS) out of her home in Orlando, Florida.
2005 - HMS obtained Medicaid certification.
2005 - HMS obtained Home and Community Based Waiver Programs Certification.
2006 - HMS opens first small office in Kissimmee, Florida.
2006 - HMS obtained Medicare certification.
2007 - HMS opens a new larger office in Orlando, Florida.
2009 - HMS opens first retail store in Royal Oak Village Plaza in Orlando,
2010 - HMS obtained accreditation by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).
2011 - HMS obtained Worker Compensation Certification.
2012 - HMS Partner with a Medical Billing University to train students in medical billing.
2013 - HMS obtained Children Medical Services (CMS) Certification.
2014 - HMS obtained Ped-I-Care Certification
Our Mission is to provide supply companies, hospital, medical offices, health care professionals and the general public with the tools they need, the brands they trust, and the quality they demand, for the absolute lowest cost possible. We have a rigorous selection process for all of the brands and products that we carry, and we take pride in all that we sell.
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If you’re a part of a low income family that needs incontinence supplies, then there’s good news for you:You could get incontinence supplies at little to no cost.
There are many programs and organizations that provide incontinence supplies for low income individuals and families. The tricky part is finding them. We’ve put together a list of the best ones to make it a little bit easier for you to get the supplies you need.
Here’s something awesome about Medicaid: most programs cover incontinence supplies for low income individuals and families. There are currently 45 states whose Medicaid programs offer some form of coverage.
Medicaid offers two major advantages for getting incontinence supplies for low income individuals and families:
Find out if your benefits could cover your incontinence supplies!
To use Medicaid for incontinence supplies, you have to meet two basic requirements: