Mountain View Medical Supply

Friday, July 27, 2012

New Lower Price on Our Stair Lift!

Are stairs to difficult?  Don't get a new home, get a STAIR LIFT!  With our new lower price, getting one is even more affordable!

Pinnacle SL600 by Harmar
Was $3282.00, NOW $2955.00

Get a lot for a little with this premium stair lift, not to mention adding independence and mobility to your life!
This is the narrowest stairlift in the world - only 11" when folded.
Featuring a sleek design and robust construction.
Comfortable seat with height adjustment and swivel seat at upper landing for easy and safe entry and exit.
Easy operating controls and indicator lights.
Safety sensors that stop the lift when it meets an obstruction.
Removable key lock for safety when you are away (Optional upgrade).
Easily changeable from left to right side.
Standard unit is 16 ft. with additional lenghts available up to 70 ft.
Patented helical worm drive provides a gentle ride.
No greases or lubricants; easy to keep clean.
3-Year warranty on components and drive train, lifetime warranty on the rack, 1 year warranty on the batteries.
Weight capacity is 350 lbs.
115VAC electrical requirement with 24V DC battery.
Speed is 17' per minute.
Incline limit is 32-52 degrees.
Drive Systems is Polymer worm/worm rack.
Motor speed at rated load is 62rpm, motor output torque at rated load is 18lb ft., motor output amps at rated load is 14 amps.
Track/rail is extruded aluminum.
Average return trips per charge is 20-40 (varies with load and length).
Only 5 tools are required to install.
Shipping weight is 200lbs for 16' unit and ships in 4 packages, with the largest package weighing 58 lbs.

Installation available locally for an additional charge. 

Call for complete pricing today:  303-455-1300 or 800-873-7121

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

New Fall Scrubs - Part 5! Introducing DANSKO Scrubs!

We all know and love Dansko for their awesome shoes that help keep our feet happy along with the rest of our body!

Who knew they now offer a line of scrubs?!  These are simply luxurious scrubs and feel amazing, especially on!  The blend of poly, cotton and spandex feel wonderful and provide a soft stretch for greater comfort.

Check out these new scrubs, along with all of our other New Arrivals at

Thursday, July 19, 2012

New Fall Scrubs - Part 4!

You can't possibly be tired of looking at these cute new scrubs we just got in, can you?! 

Ok, good.  Because here are a few more!

For a look at ALL of our new arrivals, click here:

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


Most women NEVER tire of browsing or shopping, and its a good thing because we have MORE new scrubs for your shopping pleasure!

Check out our entire stock of new arrivals:

Monday, July 16, 2012


The season is changing - at least in the stores!  Don't fear - there are plenty of fun prints to wear through the rest of the summer. 

Check out ALL of our new arrivals at our website:


Friday, July 13, 2012


Ohhhhh boy, do we have some fun new scrubs this week! 

Check out ALL of our new arrivals at our website:

Here is a sneak peek of what's new:

Monday, July 2, 2012

What Does Independence Day Mean to You?

By Mrs. G

My husband I were watching one of those cable shows about antiques when a gentleman presented a rifle that surprised everyone. They discovered it was made in 1776. Oh! That was the year of our Independence! Technically the rifle was a musket, but what a piece of Americana he had!

I decided I need to brush up on my history, specifically Independence Day, to remind me of why we celebrate. This also made me want to re-read the Declaration of Independence since, ahem, it had been a while. So, I am sharing my journey of learning with you!

1776 is the official beginning of our nationhood, with the Declaration of Independence being signed by Congress on July 4, 1776. Of course the official date has been disputed. This document announced that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as independent states and were no longer part of the British Empire. The thirteen colonies included Province of New Hampshire (New Hampshire), Province of Massachusetts Bay (Massachusetts and Maine), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (Rhode Island), Connecticut Colony (Connecticut), Province of New York (New York and Vermont), Province of New Jersey (New Jersey), Province of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania), Province of Maryland (Maryland), Colony of Dominion of Virginia (Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia), Province of North Carolina (North Carolina and Tennessee), Province of South Carolina (South Carolina) and Province of Georgia (Georgia and sections of Alabama and Mississippi).

The original handwritten Declaration of Independence was lost, but an original copy is what is on display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. All other copies have been derived from this original copy document.

One of the best known sentences in the English language comes from the Declaration of Independence:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Pretty powerful stuff.

The Declaration of Independence also includes a list of charges against King George III, including cutting off colony trade with all parts of the world, Quartering large bodies of troops against colonies, depriving colonies of the benefits of Trial by Jury, and the most famous of all, imposing taxes without consent.

It has been said King George III suffered from recurrent and eventually permanent mental illness. He is often remembered as “The Mad King” and the “King Who Lost America”.

236 Years later, what does Independence Day mean to you? What American ideals do you hold dear? What do you think makes this country great?