1. I can't find ______ on your website. Do you carry this product?
Although certain items may not be listed online, we will most often be able to special order certain products for our clients, at their request. Please contact us and we will be happy to set up a special order, at a comparable or lower rate than our competitors!

2. What are your delivery options?
We have many different delivery options. To receive your order, you may request:

  • to have your order shipped by any major mail carrier.
  • to have your order delivered by a member of our delivery team.*
  • to pick up your order at our store location.

3. How do I know what type of equipment I need?
We are more than happy to assist you to receive the proper care that you both desire and need. For questions, as well as our custom ordering options, please contact us by telephone and one of our representatives will assist you with your order.

4. What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
Medicare is an insurance program. Medical bills are paid from trust funds which those covered have paid into. It serves people over 65 primarily, whatever their income; and serves younger disabled people and dialysis patients. Patients pay part of costs through deductibles for hospital and other costs. Small monthly premiums are required for non-hospital coverage. Medicare is a federal program. It is basically the same everywhere in the United States and is run by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, an agency of the federal government.

Medicaid is an assistance program. Medical bills are paid from federal, state and local tax funds. It serves low-income people of every age. Patients usually pay no part of costs for covered medical expenses. A small co-payment is sometimes required. Medicaid is a federal-state program. It varies from state to state. It is run by state and local governments within federal guidelines. 
Find out if you qualify for your state's Medicaid program here.

For more information regarding Medicare and its components, click here.
For more information on Medicaid, click here.

5. Which insurances do you work with?
Goldin Pharmacy accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and most major private insurances. Contact us if you have questions regarding whether or not your insurance qualifies.

*This service is restricted to the general Denver area.

If you have any other questions, please contact us here.