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Inogen Awarded Department of Veterans Affairs Contract
Date:8/2/2011

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Inogen, the nationally-accredited home healthcare provider and manufacturer of the award-winning Inogen One oxygen concentrator, has secured a federal supply contract to offer their portable oxygen therapy systems to federal agencies and patients served by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

This schedule contract to supply medical equipment and related accessories to the VA and all other federal government agencies allows the Inogen One to be sold and distributed through the GSA Advantage buying group, which is operated by the U.S. General Services Administration. By securing this federal supply contract, the Inogen One portable oxygen concentrator will be available to all federal agencies and the veterans and citizens they serve.

As a federal supply contractor, Inogen will be able to provide its award-winning oxygen concentrator to thousands of veterans across the nation. For thousands of veterans, this means better access to the Inogen One and the freedom and independence it provides. The Inogen One is proudly made in America and each device is covered by a three-year limited warranty on parts and workmanship to the Department of Veterans Affairs and all other government agencies.

Inogen One offers users an unparalleled level of convenience without the limitations of traditional oxygen tanks. Now oxygen therapy patients covered by the VA medical program or another federal agency can enjoy the Inogen One lifestyle and eliminate the worry of running out of oxygen. This federal supply contract creates a win-win situation for Inogen (an American corporation) and federal agencies that purchase and distribute medical equipment, as well as the veterans and oxygen therapy patients they care for.

Thanks to this supply contract, veterans and oxygen therapy patients in all 50 states will be able to experience the freedom and quality of life that the Inogen One delivers.

For more information on the Inogen One portable oxygen concentrator, please visit www.inogenone.com.  

Full press release available here: http://www.inogenone.com/Inogen-Awarded-Department-of-Veterans-Affairs-Contract/

Inogen is innovation in oxygen therapy. Our mission is to improve freedom and independence for oxygen therapy patients through innovative products and services.  As a manufacturer and Accredited Homecare Provider dedicated to oxygen therapy, Inogen is ideally suited to develop products tailored to oxygen therapy users and to provide superior service to those users in their homes.

Corporate website: www.inogen.net

Product website: www.inogenone.com


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