Your Trusted Partner for Insurance-Covered Medical Supplies
Top quality supplies. Exceptional service. Delivered discreetly to your door.
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Get Supplies in Just 3 Steps
1. Provide Your Information
2. We Handle The Paperwork
3. You Get Supplies!
Ships free, anonymously and discreetly within 1-2 business days
We will always protect your personal information
Supported by Medicare, Medicaid, and top insurance carriers
Unmatched Customer Service
Why have over 400,000 people trusted HCD with their needs? It’s simple; we treat our customers like family. Experience it for yourself or a loved one today.
Refer Your Patients To Someone They Can Trust
We make your life as a healthcare provider easier, with online referrals, 24/7 access to patient information and a single point of contact for all of your orders.
The Reviews Speak For Themselves
Everybody we have worked with at this company has been amazing! Helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. Highly recommend!"
"HCD made it easy to set up service.
They took care of all the paperwork which was fine with me!! Their customer service people are very friendly and helpful. A very positive experience."
We’re A Purpose Driven Company
To help people live with confidence and dignity.
To be the preferred partner to health plans and their members by providing an exceptional experience that elevates the industry standard.
Our Latest Posts
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If you’ve been experiencing a little (or a lot!) of leaking due to incontinence, it may be tempting to grab a maxi pad from the bathroom cabinet and hope for the best. After all, a pad is a pad, right? Could there really be that much difference between a pad meant to protect someone with incontinence and one meant to protect someone who has her period?