April 11, 2018
2018 Annual Conference – Resources on Accommodations

For those conference attendees in need of medical equipment/scooters, etc. – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has provided the names of several vendors whose information is included below. Of course, you are welcome to choose any vendor you prefer, we have provided these for convenience and this in no way serves as an endorsement.

If you do require any equipment rental during your stay, please work directly with the vendor for selection, payment and delivery. Please have your vendor make delivery arrangements directly with The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas by emailing Jamie Rosenstein: [email protected]

Please make sure they included your name, date of stay, and hotel confirmation number when sending an email.

  • Desert Medical Equipment
    702.876.9171
    http://www.dmelv.com/
  • Scooterbug
    800.877.6106
    http://www.scooterbugmobilityrentals.com/lasvegas/lasvegas.html
  • State Medical Equipment
    702.538.9555
    http://www.statemedicalequipment.com/
  • Emerald Medical Supplies
    702.678.6267
    http://www.lasvegaswheelchairs.com/

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