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What happens to my power chair if I go to a nursing home?
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With the new Medicare guidelines, power chairs are rented over a 13-month period. Medicare will not continue to pay for the rental of a power mobility device if the Medicare beneficiary is admitted to one of the following facilities or programs:
  • Hospital
  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Rehabilitation Facility
  • Hospice
Should you be admitted to one of these facilities or programs before the 13-month rental is complete, please call Hoveround immediately at 1-800-96-HOVER to make arrangements to return the equipment.
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