The SimplyGo Mini is designed to help you grow your business by giving you the ability to offer the light weight, attractive features and true reliability that today’s patients demand in a POC.
Reliability that’s simply portable
The SimplyGo Mini is the newest, smallest, and lightest member of the Right Fit portfolio of oxygen products from Philips Respironics. It is designed and rigorously tested to be reliable and durable in real-world environments, undergoing the same testing regimen as its counterpart, the proven SimplyGo POC.
Built for the demands of today’s active patients
At Philips Respironics, we have earned our reputation for designing and building excellence into all of our products. Now, with SimplyGo Mini, you can offer your patients the choice for excellence in lightweight portable oxygen concentrators.
Durability matters to your business
When you place a POC with a patient, you need to know that it’s going to have the reliability and ruggedness to help your business eliminate recurring oxygen delivery costs and cylinder hassles; reduce maintenance costs; ease inventory management; and minimize patient calls.
Simply smart design
As the smallest and lightest POC ever developed by Philips Respironics, SimplyGo Mini is built for today’s patients with features like: attractive and sleek design; easy-to-remove external battery; light weight intuitive, easy-to-read screen; and a strong, comfortable carrying case.
The Right Fit
SimplyGo Mini is part of the Right Fit, a complete portfolio of oxygen products and programs inspired by patients and built for business.
We know how much quality and reliability matter to you, your business, and most importantly -- to your patients. That’s why it matters to us. Learn more about our commitment to quality in the Right Fit portfolio of oxygen solutions in this personal message from Eli Diacopoulos, General Manager, Philips Respironics, Respiratory Care.
Why purchasing a
quality product matters
Potential increase in patient retention
Potential increase in clinician confidence and referrals
Increase in employee value-added activities because of fewer calls
Decrease in day-to-day business disruptions because of product failures
Decrease in inventory because of fewer swap-outs
Decrease in resources and overtime payments to deal with failed equipment calls and pick-ups