ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - Mayo Clinic will be opening a retail store in Onalaska next week.
The Mayo Clinic Store, located at 1212 Well Street, will feature medical products from mobility aids to wound care supplies.
The expansion of the Mayo Clinic Store in Onalaska will provide a location for patients and consumers who wish to purchase products that help aid in recovery and in daily life. Mail order service also is available for customers who prefer to have medical supplies delivered directly to their home.
“We regularly consult with doctors and providers to ensure that we have the equipment and supplies they are recommending and prescribing to their patients,” says Kimberly Sacia, Mayo Clinic Store manager. “We take the guesswork out of insurance and work closely with our customers to inform them about their options and coverage, and file the insurance for their eligible items.”
The new retail space will offer a variety of products, including CPAP, BIPAP and supplies, compression garments, ostomy supplies, urology supplies, wound care, mobility aids, daily living aids, nebulizers as well as private rooms to accommodate fittings for CPAP machines, compression garments, mastectomy prostheses and other durable medical equipment. A full-time respiratory therapist is on staff and available to consult patients regarding their CPAP and BIPAP needs.
A public open house is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 19, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a formal ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. The community is invited to visit the new space, meet Mayo Clinic Store staff and explore the new services and products. Light refreshments will be served.
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