A division of Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Philadelphia, Goodwill Home Medical Equipment collects, sanitizes, refurbishes and sells gently-used, durable medical equipment and unopened medical supplies at affordable prices.
Our centrally located 10,000 square foot facility in Ewing, NJ serves as a retail store, donation center, showroom and refurbishing center. Our inventory changes daily and includes wheelchairs (both power and manual), pediatric wheelchairs, walkers, portable ramps, lift chairs, hospital beds, bariatric hospital beds, canes, crutches and bath and shower items and MUCH more. We also offer new affordable medical items including incontinence, wound care and ostomy products. All items are sold at drastically reduced costs—translating into huge savings on items that are often not fully covered by health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid.
There are no prescriptions required. If you are an individual-in-need, caregiver, family member, neighbor, health care professional, school teacher, church member or social worker, looking to buy high quality medical and rehabilitation supplies and durable medical equipment for a reasonable price, Goodwill Home Medical Equipment in South Jersey is the place for you!
Goodwill Home Medical Equipment has CHAP Accreditation under the CHAP Standards of Excellence in the durable medical equipment category. In simple terms, this is the highest nationally recognized standard in the community-based healthcare industry and demonstrates our quality of services and products. You can be rest assured that our customer service specialists will assist you with finding the proper durable medical equipment you are looking for and will provide you with stellar customer service in helping you select the medical supplies or equipment that best meet your needs.
*All of Goodwill’s local donation centers accept medical equipment and supply donations. All donations are tax deductible per IRS law. To find the Goodwill nearest you, please visit www.goodwillnj.org.
Proceeds from the sale of donated medical supplies and equipment fund job training programs for people with disabilities and disadvantages so they can become competitively employed in our communities.