More Then Just Supplies - Doctor
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More than just supplies

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Joint Commission Accreditation

Seamless Integration

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Joint Commission Accreditation

Custom Reports and Audits

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Who We Are

Patients We've Helped
Years Servicing Others
In Customer Satisfaction

Since 2003, Calmed has gone from providing service and supplies to local care facilities to providing comprehensive care solutions for wound care and tracheostomy nationwide. We offer high-quality supplies together with ongoing education and support to ensure optimal patient care.

The CalMed Difference

Patient Care Made Simple

With patient care our top priority, CalMed takes over ordering supplies from start to finish. We have designed a dynamic process that allows us to identify eligible patients and provide what they need quickly and efficiently. Our process is not only hassle free, but significantly reduces your out-of-pocket costs because we bill the patient's insurance directly! Our innovative program integrates smoothly with your existing systems, and has saved LTC facilities tens of thousands of dollars.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide the best:


Fast, friendly, professional service. Our nationwide distribution network ships out most orders within twenty-four hours.


Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are readily available to ensure full satisfaction. We also offer on-site education and assistance.


Supplies are provided with no out of pocket cost to you. To date, we have saved our customers' facilities tens of thousands of dollars.


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Read here a quick guide of how to address dressings, and download our useful guide.


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