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Company Overview of Apria Healthcare, Inc.
Apria Healthcare, Inc. provides home healthcare products and services. The company offers therapy programs, which include oxygen therapy, nebulized respiratory medications, sleep management, and home tube feeding; and clinical programs and services. It also provides respiratory, sleep apnea, nutrition, infusion, wound care, diabetes, specialty pharmacy, and home medical devices for patients, caregivers, and health care professionals. The company’s home medical equipment includes oxygen and sleep equipment, infusion and enteral pumps, wheelchairs, and beds. It offers its products and services through its branches and online retail. The company was incorporated in 1984 and is based in Lake For...
26220 Enterprise Court
Lake Forest, CA 92630
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for Apria Healthcare, Inc.
Executive Chairman of Apria Healthcare Group Inc. and Chief Executive Officer of Apria Healthcare Group Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of Home Respiratory Therapy/Home Medical Equipment Segment
Chief Executive Officer of Specialty Infusion Services Operating Unit
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Apria Healthcare, Inc. Key Developments
The Family of a Wilkinsburg Woman Sues Apria Healthcare, Inc. for Failing to Provide Oxygen as Ordered
Nov 7 12
The family of a Wilkinsburg woman has sued Apria Healthcare, Inc. for failing to provide oxygen as ordered, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas. Fifty-seven-year-old Marlene Anthony was prescribed oxygen for advanced lung cancer, which ran out before she died April 23, 2012. After several calls to Apria Healthcare Inc. about the need for a delivery because supplies were low, family members were told "there were no deliveries on Sunday," according to the complaint. The lawsuit was filed by son Raymond G. Anthony Jr. and seeks unspecified damages for funeral and related expenses. Although the medical examiner ruled that lung cancer was the cause of death and no autopsy was performed, paramedics and borough and county police cited the lack of oxygen as a cause of death. Apria was expected to receive a copy of the complaint any day and will have 30 days to respond. Although the company has not yet filed a response in court.
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