About Us

  The REM Team

Meet Randy Jorgensen, our Program Administrator


           Affordable Freedom

Need a new set of wheels? When the cost of new durable medical equipment seems out of reach, The Refurbished Equipment Marketplace in Concord New Hampshire is New England’s answer. For nearly 30 years, the Refurbished Equipment Marketplace has been helping people to remain active members of their families and communities through access to reasonably priced durable medical equipment. A non-profit organization, the REM is home to NH’s largest inventory of previously owned assistive technology equipment such as manual and power wheelchairs, scooters, bath equipment, patient lifts, pediatric equipment, walking aids, hospital beds and so much more. Each piece of equipment is thoroughly reconditioned and sanitized by trained technicians and then made available to purchase at a huge discount.

Our Online store and Showroom provide consumers the opportunity to see, try out and purchase quality equipment (both pediatric and adult) that is available at just a fraction of what it cost new. Available to anyone, this resource is most valuable for individuals and families who have limited or no insurance coverage, or who need "uncovered items" such as mobility devices, back-up equipment, bath aids, ramps, etc. Each item we sell carries a 7-day no hassle return policy, its considered a loan so individuals can try out the equipment for 7 days to make sure it is right for the individual . A 30-day warranty is standard on all equipment and payment plans are also available. Stop in, test ride a scooter or ask about walker options. Our helpful staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Shopping from home, the online store provides 24-hour access to the live inventory as well as shipping and delivery options.

Do you have equipment not being used? Donations of your gently used medical equipment are always needed and will help our program provide an affordable option for others. We accept most items less than five years old and in working order. All donations are tax deductible and free pick-up is available for larger items. Please call or contact the REM today, as someone out there is in desperate need of your no longer needed item.

 Assistive technology device loans and reuse activities are being supplemented by the ATinNH program. Funding for assistive technology device demostrations, loans and reuse are provided, in part, under grant 180NHSGAT from the Administration for community living (ACL) through Assistive Technology in New Hampshire (ATinNH). 



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