Personalized Patient Care and Service
Pacific Pulmonary Services is a partner in your respiratory health care. We work with you and your doctor to ensure that your oxygen therapy is successful. Unlike most oxygen providers, the PPS patient care coordinators (PCCs) visit you right in your home. They'll ensure the set-up of your oxygen equipment, keep in touch with you during your therapy, address any concerns you have, and communicate with your doctor about your therapy.
Our central team will contact you regularly to make sure you have the supplies you need to make sure that your therapy is effective. If you have any concerns, they communicate with your PCC. Click here to learn more about oxygen therapy.
When your doctor prescribes oxygen, PPS delivers. Our technicians are oxygen experts and will be at your home as soon as it's most convenient for you. They will take the extra time to thoroughly educate you and your caregivers on the equipment and on oxygen therapy in general, and they will answer any questions or concerns that your have. Your technician will also deliver your supplies regularly.
PPS patients receive high-quality stationary concentrators to use in the home and while sleeping. For patients who require portability with their oxygen, we also provide lightweight portable equipment with the best oxygen conserving devices and accessories.
The respiratory specialists at PPS are available all the time, even on nights, weekends, and holidays. When you have questions or concerns, we will be there for you.
We bill your insurance for you. And we take care of all required insurance paperwork.
PPS' Travel Desk is available to assist you with your oxygen needs while you travel. Oxygen on the Go: A Traveler’s Checklist
Charges for all products and services are available upon request.
"When I began to have problems getting up and down the three steps to my home, my doctor had me tested and set me up with home oxygen. Pacific Pulmonary has been a lifeline for me. I see the driver every week and someone also calls me on the phone to see how I am doing. I don't know if that is part of the job or not, but I sure appreciate it. It makes me feel like they are watching out for me."
- Juliette, PPS patient, Medford, Oregon