Founded in 2000, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has rapidly become a leading manufacturer of durable medical equipment with offices throughout
the world. Over the past two decades, we have rapidly grown both organically and through acquisitions, including that of DeVilbiss Healthcare,
a provider of respiratory products since 1888. Our name, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, reflects both our dynamic, forward-moving spirit
as well as this long legacy of enhancing lives.
Our mission is to lead the world
with innovative healthcare
solutions that enhance lives.
Our Guiding Principles are:
People: We win together.
We will build our people so that they can build our company... and whatever goalswe set; we will achieve them with diverse, high-performing teams working together.
Customer: We provide an effortless experience.
Customers will choose Drive because we are the easiest to do business with.
Commercial: We lead... our markets & industry.
Drive will be synonymous with delivering increased value everywhere we dobusiness.
Operational: We run efficient and nimble.
Bottom line health — including cost, quality, inventory management and alloperational efficiencies — along with overall agility will be prioritized for Drive tothrive well into the future
We carry a complete line of life-enhancing durable medical equipment focused on innovation, functionality, and value, including
mobility products, beds, wheelchairs, pressure prevention products, respiratory equipment, pediatric products, patient room
equipment, personal care products and electrotherapy devices.
Behind each of the 3500+ products we manufacture is the goal of improving the quality of life and promoting the independence
of the individuals who use them. We are dedicated to our customers and partners and continuously work to provide them with
the highest quality products across a broad spectrum of healthcare needs, excellent value and unparalleled customer support.
Who We Serve
Our customer base spans verticals including home healthcare providers, healthcare distributors, long-term care facilities, acute care providers and
retailers (including independent, chains and e-commerce). These developments are accompanied by the continued growth in the core home
healthcare business supported by a direct national field sales force.