At VCMC, we firmly believe that mobility should be accessible to everyone, regardless of your background, financial situation, or personal history.
Our services are frequently utilized by veterans, individuals on fixed incomes, seniors in assisted living, and those without sustainable medical insurance.
Meet Rich Sundance, the visionary behind VCMC—an impassioned disabled veteran. Recognizing a pressing need for accessible and affordable durable medical equipment in his community, Rich and his dedicated team work tirelessly to bridge the gap. At VCMC, we're your go-to destination for a wide array of services, from renting and donating to selling and repairing all facets of durable medical equipment. Whether it's motorized power chairs, scooters, hospital beds, or more, we've got you covered. Count on us as your reliable source for any form of medical support equipment. We're here to support you when you need it most!
Empowering Mobility, Enhancing Lives
Whether you're an individual seeking personalized assistance or a business aiming to enhance accessibility, we've got you covered. Our dedicated team, led by Rich Sundance, the Skagit County DAV Chapter #59 Commander, is committed to providing unparalleled support.
From new resident setups in senior living communities to efficiently clearing rooms with Retirement Homes, we tailor our services to meet your unique needs. Additionally, we offer a unique opportunity for businesses—an impactful Veterans breakfast directly at your place of business, fostering community support in a group setting.
At VCMC, we're not just about mobility equipment; we're about empowering lives and creating lasting connections.
I had gone without a wheelchair for years just because I couldn't afford it! Rich donating one to me improved my quality of life tenfold. I could not recommend them enough.
For the first time in my life, I was able to afford the medical equipment that I needed. I am endlessly grateful to Rich and his family.
One day, my wheelchair up and died on me! I was scared I wasn't going to be able to get around, but Rich came in and fixed it for free!! I was scooting around by the end of the day