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Home Medical

Respiratory Care

Aerosol Therapy
At Midwest Family Health, our on-staff Registered Nurses and Home Care Specialists are available to help you manage your respiratory needs in your own home. We offer CPAP, AutoPAP, BiPAP and ASV therapies. Our Specialists provide education and support to you and your caregiver to ensure the best possible treatment. For quality service, our team is available 24/7 to current respiratory customers.

After Hours Respiratory Emergency

Phillipsburg, Plainville & Smith Center – (785) 533-2290

Russell – (785) 445-8958

Respiratory Specialists

Portable Oxygen Therapy

Leann Shelton, RN, BSN
Phillipsburg Home Care

Portable Oxygen Therapy

Nathan Pummell, RN
Russell Home Care


CPAP, BiPAP, AutoPAP and ASV therapy are treatments used for sleep disorder conditions that limit breathing capacity during sleep. Our Home Care Specialists can help assess your needs and provide the appropriate machine to fit your needs. We also carry a wide variety of masks such as full-face, gel nasal, nasal pillows and nasal masks. Also available are accessories to fit your unique situation and customize your sleep therapy.

Portable Oxygen Therapy

CPAP Resupply Schedule:

  • Monthly – Mask cushions and pillows, Disposable filters
  • Every 6 Months – Masks, Headgear and chinstraps, Tubing (standard or heated), Non-disposable filters
Portable Oxygen Therapy


  1. Visit your doctor. They will order a sleep test to see if you are getting enough oxygen while you sleep.
  2. If diagnosed with sleep apnea, an order will be sent to Midwest Family Health for a CPAP, AutoPAP, BiPAP or ASV.
  3. Once everything has been confirmed with your insurance, our on-staff registered nurse will fit you for a mask and show you how to use your new machine.


Oxygen concentrators provide a safe and efficient way to improve the quality of life for individuals who require supplemental oxygen. We supply standard oxygen concentrators (1-5Lpm) as well as high-flow oxygen concentrators (up to 10Lpm) to meet your oxygen needs. Our team of Home Care Specialists will service and maintain your concentrator while providing education and support along the way.

Traveling with Oxygen

Let us help you arrange oxygen for your travel arrangements. With advanced planning, you can travel safely and comfortably via any mode of transportation. Contact us today for more information!

Home Oxygen Systems

Concentrators provide a safe and efficient way to improve the quality of life for individuals who require supplemental oxygen. Concentrators weigh less than 50 pounds and will be serviced and maintained by your home care provider, Midwest Family Health. We supply standard oxygen concentrators (1-5 liters per minute) as well as high-flow oxygen concentrators (up to 10 liters per minute) to meet your needs.

Portable Oxygen Therapy Concentrators

Our portable oxygen therapy concentrators allow you the freedom to go almost anywhere without the fear of running out of oxygen. Portable oxygen therapy tanks are ideal for patients who need to leave their homes on occasion. Tanks are lightweight and convenient to carry and are also easy to handle in tight spaces and doorways.

Pulse Oximetry

Pulse oximeters allow convenient monitoring of blood oxygen levels, at home or on the go. We also offer overnight oximetry testing to assess heart rate and occasionally your blood oxygen levels to determine if oxygen therapy is needed, screen for sleep apnea, or determine if prescribed treatment is working adequately.

Portable Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen Safety Tips

  • Notify local fire department, gas and electric companies, and telephone company when oxygen is started.
  • Check to ensure smoke detectors are working properly.
  • Keep oxygen at least 5-10 feet away from stoves, fireplaces, candles or any other sources of open flames.
  • Avoid petroleum-based lotions and creams on the face and upper chest areas; for moisturizing dry nasal passages, use water-based products.

Aerosol Therapy

Aerosol Therapy uses a nebulizer or compressor that provides airpower to convert a physician-prescribed liquid medication into aerosol or mist, that is then inhaled into the lungs. Aerosol therapy helps manage and treat asthma, COPD and other respiratory conditions. To make treatment time more enjoyable for children, fun character masks and nebulizer units are available. Contact us if you have any questions.

Portable Nebulizer System

  • Lightweight, handheld nebulizer system designed for on-the-go use
  • Carrying case keeps everything together when out and about or stored at home
  • Ideal for all ages

NebuTech Reusable Nebulizer

  • Reduced treatment time with higher output
  • Minimal loss of medication
  • Easy cleaning and reassembly