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About Oxy-Pam

Professionals that can help you with great advice and care.

About Us

For individuals affected with COPD or sleep apnea, your quality of life or freedom to travel should never be limited because you receive oxygen therapy. The products and services here at Oxy-Pam, LLC will help you maintain a healthy, mobile way of life while providing unmatched customer service. What drives our work is the desire to meet the respiratory needs of all our patients.

We feature the Inogen One G4, G3 and at Home oxygen concentrator, a lightweight, portable and easy-to-use oxygen therapy solution; as well as the Z1 Auto CPAP, the world’s smallest, lightest, most integrated cpap machine. These products make an active lifestyle possible.

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, we have access to the finest medical services and work closely with prominent physicians to make sure our clients’ prescriptions are addressed effectively and efficiently. Because we want our patients to be comfortable with the proper use of their devices, we specialize in the comprehensive training on the use of our products by experienced respiratory therapists. Our primary concern is the safety and comfort of our customers.

These FDA-approved products can be used 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can be purchased by family members for their loved ones. They are designed to provide one solution for all oxygen therapy needs: stationary, portable and travel. The Inogen One G4, G3, At Home and the Z1 Auto CPAP enable you to go where you want, when you want.

Meet Us

Oxy-Pam, LLC is a member of the American Association for Respiratory Care. Our services are great for chronic lung cancer patients, asthma patients, and new patients who need lightweight portable oxygen concentrators for international travel and high altitude destinations.

President and Chief Medical Specialist
The President and Chief Medical Specialist for Oxy-Pam, LLC graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. degree. He went on to graduate from California College San Diego for Respiratory Therapy and has more than 30 years of experience in the field. He has worked with both Emory University Hospital and San Diego Veteran Administration Hospital as a veteran of the United States Navy. His experience is not only limited to the medical field as illustrated by his time as a certified Hyperbaric Technician for the astronaut training program at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and as a Diver Technician.
Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive Officer for Oxy-Pam, LLC was born and raised in London, England. She graduated from the University of the West Indies for Business Communication & Management and from the University of West London for Computer Programming and Application. She has an extensive history in business management which is reflected by her former self-started and self-funded Air Charter company. She invested a significant amount of her time volunteering at the Special Olympics and participating in Angel Flight, which gave cancer patients the opportunity to fly to their therapy and medical appointments. She takes pride and joy in her children who both attended Georgia State University with honors and distinctions.

The Benefits of a Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Charles R. Swindoll once said that life is 10% what happens to you and 90% of how you react to it. That’s true when it comes to living with a lung disease that requires using supplemental oxygen. There are things you can do to make coping with the disease easier. Oxygen provides many benefits, and now with portable oxygen concentrators, you can breathe easier while maintaining your freedom and independence.

What Our Patients are Saying

“So many things are now possible. I feel like my old self again. If you want your life back, get an Inogen.”

Carol Z.

“The Inogen customer service reps have been outstanding with their follow up and service. My grandson is a blessing!”

Carl G.

“The Inogen is lighter and does not leave me high and dry with no air. Where a bottle will run out when you need it the most.”

Richard K.