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Join Our Team!

We are privileged to serve the patients who entrust their medical equipment needs to us.

HME Home Medical has been helping medical equipment patients in Wisconsin since 1986. We strive to provide superior service with our sleep and respiratory equipment, mobility options, mastectomy and lymphedema fittings, wound care, home modification planning and other related services.

If you are interested in having a POSITIVE impact on the lives of our patients and their families, consider a career at HME Home Medical!

We are partners with Hospital Sisters Health System, where we are driven by our core values of RESPECT, CARE, COMPETENCE, and JOY.

HME offers a one-time $1,000 signing bonus paid after successfully  completing 90 days of work.


Open Positions:

Home Modification Specialist 

We are looking for a skilled Installer to install and maintain all types of equipment at our client's homes. As our Installer, you will be responsible for ensuring that all equipment operates as expected. Installer responsibilities include setting up equipment and maintaining equipment. You will ensure that all equipment installations meet product specifications and client expectations by evaluating customer requirements and work plans. Since you will be working with clients directly, we require excellent customer service skills. This role should be a good fit for those who enjoy using their hands to complete tasks and learn about new technology. Ultimately, your goal is to make sure our products function as expected and provide maximum return on investment for our clients.


Human Resources Generalist

The Human Resources Generealist supports all areas of Human Resources for HME Home Medical.  Serves as a central point-of-contact and resource for colleages and leaders for all HR needs, including, but not limited to, benefits, policies, procedures, programs, recruitment and onboarding.  Provides input and resources to assist in navigating complex HR needs and engages in the HSHS Human Resources team as needed.


Inventory Technician

Inventory Technician facilitates changes in the inventory process and monitors and expedites supplies as needed. Receives, stocks, and dispatches supplies and equipment for all areas. May perform duties related to the delivery of supplies and equipment. Unpacks receipts, verifies product accuracy, documents receipt, and delivers product to departments. Replenishes supplies to end user departments. Unpacks and puts away new products on shelves in materials storeroom.


Medical Equipment Delivery Technician

The DME Service and Delivery Technician is responsible for driving to and from healthcare locations and patient homes to complete delivery and equipment management tasks. Assigned role includes delivery and pick-up of medical equipment, processing, cleaning, inspecting, and testing equipment including inventory maintenance.


Referral Specialist

Coordinates the referral paperwork and processes of the assigned area of service. Prepares referrals obtains authorizations, and pre-certifications for patients. Assists patients in procuring the most appropriate care based on their managed care plans. Places orders or dispenses products based on the information provided by customers or referral sources. We are looking for someone with a natural customer service flair. To succeed in this role, you should have a strong telephone manner, excellent communication skills, and be able to handle pressure.

Respiratory Therapist 

We are hiring a Respiratory Therapist to provide treatment, management, control, diagnostic evaluation, and care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities of the cardio-respiratory system. You will provide assessment and interventions to help patients with breathing problems. A successful Respiratory Therapist will have superior clinical skills to administer care safely, efficiently and effectively. It's important to be capable of working independently with a wide scope of responsibilities, such as developing treatment plans, monitoring patients progress and providing education and counseling. Since you’ll be caring for patients with chronic conditions, patient advocacy skills are a must. It's also important to be able to handle stress, since respiratory conditions can be very challenging. Excellent communication skills are necessary as you work directly with doctors, nurses, therapists and other patients. If you’re especially detail-oriented, we’d like to meet you!



    HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

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