Care for COPD and
Breathing Problems

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) includes chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and bronchiectasis. Apria can help treat those conditions at home.


Comprehensive, Customized, Quality Care

If you or a loved one has shortness of breath or other breathing problems caused by COPD, you understand how important it is to receive the highest quality care.

So does Apria. We deliver excellent quality care every day to thousands of people across the US. That’s why we are a leader in home medical equipment for the treatment of COPD.

Apria Healthcare provides comprehensive care for people with COPD throughout all stages of the condition—from mild to moderate, to severe or very severe.

We offer a choice of the finest home respiratory products and supplies, including respiratory medications, nebulizers, oxygen, portable oxygen concentrators and non-invasive ventilation (NIV), from the most widely respected manufacturers in the country and around the world.

Even more, we work closely with you and your doctor to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatment customized specifically to your healthcare needs.


Education To Help Ensure Successful Treatment

Studies show that people who receive COPD education from a medical professional achieve improved outcomes and greater satisfaction with treatment.1

Our registered, certified, and licensed clinicians provide educational opportunities for all the people we treat, as well as their caregivers. Topics include:

  • What is COPD: How to understand the disease process and treatment
  • Lifestyle changes: What changes can be made to help manage COPD
  • Home safety: how to ensure the home is safe during treatment
  • Home oxygen therapy: Assistance with finding the best device for you
  • Traveling with oxygen: Helping you stay mobile and active
  • COPD resources: We are here when you have questions
  • Medication management: Our Pharmacy will help you manage your respiratory medications

1. Gallefoss F, Bakke PS. Impact of patient education and self-management on morbidity in asthmatics and patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Resp Med. 2000 Mar;94(3):279-87.

Precise Assessment For The Proper Treatment

Determining the most appropriate treatment for you or a loved one is essential to successful outcomes. That’s why Apria has a team of registered, certified, and licensed clinicians to administer all assessments. Per your doctor’s orders, testing and physical examinations are conducted by our respiratory therapists.

Apria is one of the few home medical equipment providers who provide this level of care. It’s another reason why our quality is so exceptional.

Superb Service From Delivery To Follow-up

You can expect fast delivery of your respiratory supplies—from oxygen therapy products to nebulizers—generally delivered to you the same day your doctor orders them.

Plus, Apria follows up with you to ensure you understand how to use the equipment, usually within 48 hours (2 business days) after setup. Our goal: your complete satisfaction with our products and our service, all in support of the highest quality care for you.


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Accredited By The Joint Commission

The Joint Commission accreditation program is a symbol of quality that reflects a commitment to meeting its specific performance standards.

Apria Healthcare is recognized as an accredited Home Healthcare system and holds full Joint Commission accreditation for all of our patient care branch locations.

Accredited in Home Medical Equipment and Clinical Respiratory Services
  • Medical Oxygen Services
  • Respiratory Services
  • Apnea Monitor Services
  • Home Ventilatory Equipment/Services
  • Respiratory Medications
  • Enteral Nutrition Therapy
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
  • Medical Supplies