Apria Healthcare Garfield Arkansas Review

On 12/30/2010 I purchased, not leased a BiPAP machine from Apria Healthcare, in Lowell, Arkansas. I was told by two different people, at the facility, that my BiPAP would cost me absolutely nothing out of pocket. 30 days later I was billed for $72.00.nI contacted Apria by phone, and was assured that the issue was taken care of. It was not. Less than 6 months later, I had a problem with the machine. I took the machine to Aria, in Lowell. The woman turned on the machine, put her hand over the outlet on the reservoir, the machine blew air a few times, and the woman said “nothing wrong with the machine””. This was after explaining that the BiPAP quits working correctly

after 4 – 6 hours.nShe gave me a new seal to go between the BiPAP and the reservoir

and sent me on my way. The machine still had the same problem. I tried to return the BiPAP

and The representative at Apria said they did not want it back. I attempted to return the BiPAP a second time

after still being billed the $72.00 a month

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