At Symbius Medical, we believe it’s time for home medical equipment companies to show responsible and accountable leadership to customers and partners. We take pride in our knowledge about our home medical products, and our staff is well-educated about the uses and properties of the products we offer.
Symbius Medical provides a full range of products and services in several areas: Urological, Respiratory/DME, Custom Rehab/Power Mobility and Nutritional Services. Our wide inventory of products for handicapped or incontinent individuals includes safety items for bathrooms, to canes or crutches for mobility. We stock the items you need and use every day. When it comes to home-based medical needs and supplies, Symbius Medical is your destination.
We know a little about medical supplies. Symbius Medical has been in business for 17 years, and is the leading supplier for urological products, and other supplies for conditions like incontinence, ostomy and wound care. Within the area of urological supplies, we have many sought-after supplies, including external and urinary catheters, Foley catheters, drain bags, irrigation trays, and other urological supplies for a variety of conditions and problems.
“Our customers mean everything to our business,” says Dwight Knox, President of Symbius Medical. “The harsh reality is that the customers that we provide services to don’t want to be using the products we provide. Because of the unfortunate circumstances in which they’ve had, they’ve become our customer. We want to make sure we help that transition in improving the quality of their life everyday.”
PRN Medical Services started in 1995 as a urological home care products provider, and later emerged into the excellent medical equipment products provider it is today. The company’s product ranges includes catheters, diabetic supplies and wound care, to items like respiratory & urological supplies, durable medical equipment (DME) and mobility products like hospital beds, wheelchairs, and power wheelchairs. Symbius Medical operates services in the Southwest region of Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah.