Equipment And Wheelchairs
Medequip Assistive Technology Limited provides the Integrated Community Equipment Service for North Yorkshire service users and prescribers of community equipment.
Medequip can be contacted between 8am - 8pm, Monday to Friday and 8am – 2pm on a Saturday, with regards to community equipment needs. An out of hours service is also available for requests or emergencies in the evening, at weekends and during bank holidays.
Telephone (in hours): 01423 226 240
Telephone (out of hours): 0208 573 2871
Further details can be found at North Yorkshire Integrated Community Equipment Services.
If you did not purchase your equipment and it is on loan to you, it must not be sold or disposed of. When you no longer require the equipment that is on loan, please contact Medequip to arrange free collection by calling 01423 226240 or emailing email@example.com
Alternatively, you may return the equipment to your local drop off point. There are currently two drop-off points in North Yorkshire:
5B & 5C, Dunslow Court
Unit 2, Manse Lane
If you purchased your equipment and are looking to dispose of it, please visit the Medequip Equipment Recycling page.
Community wheelchair service
Nottingham Rehab Supplies (NRS) deliver the new Community Wheelchair Service working closely with Blatchford Clinical Services, who will deliver the clinical assessment element of the service.
NRS can be contacted between 8am - 5pm, Monday to Friday. Help and assistance is also available out of hours (evenings, weekends and bank holidays).
Telephone 01904 654 052
Telephone (out of hours) 01904 654 052 calls will be redirected to the out of hours service.
Further details can be found at North Yorkshire and York Community Wheelchair Services
Other services provided
Self-service online advice tool
The AskSARA self-service online advice tool is very simple to use. Just choose the topic you wish to complete, respond to the questions and then go to your report. The report contains useful advice written by the Disabled Living Foundation's team of occupational therapists as well as details of products that might help you. This information is drawn from an impartial database of equipment that aims to include details of every product on the market.
We hope AskSARA can support you to find solutions to some common day to day problems without the need for you to go through a full adult social care assessment.
Equipment advice and information
The Disabled Living Foundation has created some factsheets which provide general advice on a range of daily living equipment such as features to look for when choosing equipment, and where to get further information. You can download the factsheets from the Disabled Living Foundation website, here.