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The Peak Oxygen Advantage

What Sets Us Apart

Our goal is to provide industry leading oxygen equipment and support for our patients. At Peak Oxygen we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to maintain their active lifestyle and we are passionate about finding the best solution for you and your family.

Industry Leading Equipment

Our oxygen concentrators come in all shapes and sizes so as to best suit your lifestyle. Whether you're looking for a smaller and more portable solution, specific dose settings, or long battery life. Peak Oxygen is commited to finding the perfect solution for you!
Oxygen tanks are also offered if a suitable concentrator cannot be found.


If you or your family has any concerns with the functionality of your equipment, Peak Oxygen is here for you.

Simply call us at 587-747-7699.

Whether it's during the day or in the middle of the night, we're here to help.

In-Home Services

Scheduled in-home visits for all your home oxygen needs provide you with the flexibilty to plan the rest of your day.

Travel Assistance & Home Visits

Need us to come to you? No problem! We strive to provide the highest quality care to patients in Calgary, High River, Okotoks, and Strathmore.

It's also our mission to continue improving the availability of oxygen therapy in rural areas. The scenery on the drive out is an added bonus!

Travelling? No problem, our care team will help you get to your global destinations safely and coordinate oxygen for your travels.

Why Oxygen Concentrators?

Below are the main differences between oxygen concentrators and oxygen tanks. What will work best for a patient is determined on a case-by-case basis after an initial consultation. However, if preserving an active lifestyle is a high priority, then we at Peak Oxygen believe oxygen concentrators are worth serious consideration.

Call or email us today for more information and a free consultation.

Oxygen concentrators only need a power source and rely on the surrounding air to provide a constant supply of O2.

Oxygen tanks are filled with a predetermined amount of O2. Once this amount runs out, the tank would have to be refilled.

Oxygen concentrators create O2 on an ongoing and as-needed basis, eliminating the possibility of leaks.

Oxygen tanks utilize compressed air, which may leak if the tank or regulator is compromised. Leaking oxygen poses a serious fire hazard.

Oxygen concentrators weigh anywhere from 2-5 pounds depending on the model.

Oxygen tanks, due to their heavy metal casing, can weigh anywhere from 2-8 pounds depending on their size.

Oxygen concentrators deliver oxygen through a pulse dose as a patient takes each breath.

Oxygen tanks deliver a continuous flow of oxygen, which may be necessary for patients with higher oxygen requirements.

Oxygen concentrators come with a shoulder bag that is designed to be portable and convenient while active.

Oxygen tanks, depending on their size, come with either a shoulder bag or a wheel cart.

Our Services


Meeting Your Home Oxygen Needs

Peak Oxygen’s team of specially qualified Respiratory Therapists, Registered Nurses, Insurance Coordinators, Service Technicians, and Medical Delivery and Patient Care Coordinators collaborate to provide the highest standard of care and service to our patients. At Peak Oxygen, you are not just a number. We pride ourselves in having a small team of staff to allow us to establish long-lasting connections with our patients.

You have a choice! You can expect the following when choosing Peak Oxygen as your oxygen vendor:

  • 24/7 Patient and Emergency Support
  • Portable oxygen upon discharge from hospital if required
  • Delivery, installation, and education of your oxygen equipment in your home
  • Extra soft goods (e.g. cannula, tubing) free of charge
  • Regular assessments to ensure your oxygen prescription continues to meet your needs
  • No more waiting around all day! Scheduled in-home visits for all home oxygen needs
  • Assistance with scheduling appointments for further oxygen funding
  • Assistance with travelling

Frequently Ask Questions

Oxygen is a gas that constitutes 21% of the air we breathe. Our bodies use oxygen to create energy. As we breathe, our lungs transport oxygen to our blood and exchange it with carbon dioxide at our tissues. Supplemental oxygen is given to patients when, for one reason or another, they need more oxygen to help support their normal body functions.
If you have developed chronic lung disease or acquired a lung infection, your lungs may not be able to efficiently pull the needed oxygen out of the air and into your bloodstream. A low concentration of oxygen in your body can cause numerous health effects including fatigue and shortness of breath, and increase risks for heart attacks and strokes. Supplemental oxygen reduces these symptoms and can improve quality of life, memory, mood and lower your risk for heart attacks and strokes.

Oxygen is considered a drug as it requires medical supervision by a physician and medical staff that are a part of your care team. Since oxygen is considered a drug, it requires a prescription from your physician to ensure it is appropriate and safe. Supervision by the Peak Oxygen team ensures your therapy is tailored to your specific needs and your levels are regularly monitored to ensure you are receiving the appropriate dose and treatment.

Oxygen is very safe and not addictive. The Peak Oxygen team will ensure you remain in your targeted prescribed range for oxygen therapy and provide you guidance on how to use your equipment appropriately.

Your prescription indicates when you need to be on oxygen. Some patients need to be on oxygen 24/7. Others may only need it during certain times of the day or activities. Peak Oxygen will support you to ensure you use your oxygen as prescribed to improve your quality of life. Generally, oxygen therapy is considered supplemental, and should NOT be considered life supporting or life sustaining.
Your oxygen needs are dependent on your health condition. You may only need oxygen temporarily if you are getting over a chest infection or flu. Otherwise, you may need to be on oxygen indefinitely depending on the nature of your medical condition. Your physician will provide you with the most accurate prediction of your oxygen needs and Peak Oxygen will regularly check you to determine if your oxygen needs change.
The difference between continuous flow and pulse dose flow is how oxygen is delivered. Pulse dose oxygen delivery is based on your breathing and inhaling, which provides customized oxygen delivery that adapts to your breath rate. Alternatively, continuous flow delivers oxygen at a constant rate regardless of your breathing.

Rest assured; Peak Oxygen will handle all aspects of government funding.

We work with the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) Respiratory Benefits Program to obtain funding for eligible Alberta residents who require home oxygen. To qualify for ongoing funding, a patient must meet the required criteria as determined by AADL and maintain a valid Alberta PHN. Our staff will investigate all funding opportunities on your behalf, while keeping you and your physician in the loop along the way.

After exhausting all government funding options, Peak Oxygen also offers rental and purchase plans for those who are not eligible or do not qualify for funding. Your insurance company may cover a portion of the cost.

Peak Oxygen’s dedicated team encourages our patients to maintain an active lifestyle while travelling with oxygen by assisting you to get to your destinations safely.

Steps when planning a trip:

  • Inform Peak Oxygen of your travel plans well in advance, so we can assist you and ensure you have enough equipment to safely travel
  • Consult with your Physician for clearance to travel
  • If flying, contact your airline well in advance for FAA approval of portable oxygen
  • Ensure a sufficient and fully charged supply of batteries and any other accessories, in compliance with your airline's guidelines
  • Ensure you have a reliable power source to charge and operate equipment

Please note that any extra equipment, batteries, or accessories needed for travel may be subject to a rental fee, depending on amount needed and duration of trip.


Why Choose Peak Oxygen as Your Family's Home Oxygen Provider?

  • 24/7 access to a Registered Respiratory Therapist!
  • Our Respiratory Therapists are experienced in pediatric oxygen care and provide exceptional and compassionate care for all infant and pediatric home oxygen needs.
  • Our oxygen team will meet you at the hospital and then at home once you have been discharged to set up your equipment, provide education, and answer any questions you may have.
  • Our pediatric-specific quiet home oxygen concentrators provide uninterrupted delivery of oxygen to your child.
  • We are open 365 days of the year, with a 24/7 contact number and on-call service to put your worries at ease! Calls are answered by local staff to provide immediate assistance.
  • Oxygen supplies (nasal cannulas, tubing, stickers, etc.) are always provided free of charge! We have infant/pediatric-sized cannulas/masks, face stickers, humidification, and all other supplies readily available.
  • For children who are prescribed oxygen at a flow rate of more than 0.5 LPM, we offer continuous-flow portable oxygen concentrators as an alternative to cylinders.
Child on Oxygen

"When we were researching which home oxygen company would be best for when we took our baby home from the NICU, Peak Oxygen stood out to us right away.

The staff members who answered our phone calls were so kind and able to answer all of our questions. Peak came over to her house to set up the oxygen immediately, and they were very thorough and explained everything to us overwhelmed parents.

We have been with Peak Oxygen for over two months now and they have been very accommodating and efficient with deliveries. We highly recommend this company to anyone who needs oxygen at home."

     - King family
Common Questions for Pediatric Care:

Home oxygen is funded by the Alberta government for pediatric and infant patients. There is no cost to you.

Before testing, ensure the flow meter is set to the appropriate prescribed rate. To test flow, place the end of the tubing in a glass of water and watch for air bubbles, which indicate the flow of oxygen is being delivered.

When in doubt, call Peak Oxygen - our team is always ready to troubleshoot over the phone or in person.

Nasal cannulas should be replaced every 2 weeks, while tubing should be replaced every 6 months. If there is any damage, kinks or blockage in the tubing, replace it immediately.

Oxygen tubing and cannulas can pose a choking hazard if your child is able to move or roll over. Ensure proper placement of the nasal cannula as per Respiratory Therapist’s instructions.

External mesh filters on the home concentrator should be checked weekly for dust and debris. Remove and run under water, allowing to air dry prior to replacing.

Internal filters will be replaced by Peak Oxygen every 6 months, or after a certain number of hours on the machine.

Keep your child and their oxygen at least 30 feet away from any open flames or sources of heat, such as campfires, BBQs, fireplaces, heaters, and radiators.

Never smoke inside the house or around your child. Smoking includes all forms of tobacco, vaporizing, and cannabis. Oxygen tanks deliver a continuous flow of oxygen, which may be necessary for patients with higher oxygen requirements.

Use caution while using electrical devices such as hair dryers, curling irons, heating pads and electric razors near oxygen. Make sure that the tubing is not left in contact with any hot surfaces, such as stove elements. These could all lead to combustion and put your child in danger.

Avoid using flammable creams and lotions such as Vaseline, petroleum, or oil-based products on your child’s face.

Avoid using aerosol sprays such as air fresheners or hairspray near the oxygen.

Oxygen cylinders should be stored upright at all times.

Turn off oxygen when not in use.

Yes! You can travel by car, bus, air or train as long as you plan ahead. Peak Oxygen can assist with providing additional equipment and/or fit-for-travel forms once you have been given medical clearance to travel.

Please note that airline travel has specific requirements and will need additional time to plan. Depending on what flow rate your child is on, there may not be a suitable oxygen concentrator to bring on board, so make sure you contact both Peak Oxygen and your physician prior to booking.


Peak Oxygen's Home BiPAP Program is where your respiratory health is our top priority.

Our dedicated team of local Respiratory Therapists is available 24/7, ensuring that your needs are promptly addressed. We pride ourselves on offering brand-new equipment featuring the latest technology, along with a comprehensive range of mask types to optimize your comfort.

At Peak Oxygen, our experienced clinical staff is adept at tailoring treatments to suit your unique requirements. We understand the importance of the right fit, and our team is committed to efficiently finding the optimal solution for your respiratory needs.

With multiple convenient locations across southern Alberta, we bring quality care to your doorstep. Our commitment goes beyond providing excellent service – we make it easy for you to begin your care journey by offering in-home consultations.

Choose Peak Oxygen for a seamless and personalized Home BiPAP Program experience that prioritizes your well-being.

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If you have questions or are experiencing issues with your home or portable oxygen equipment, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance.

You can also view and download the user guide for your equipment from the list below. Each guide provides detailed operation, maintenance and troubleshooting information.

Our Products

Peak Oxygen is proud to offer industry leading home and portable oxygen concentrators.
All our portable concentrators come with double batteries to maximize your oxygen benefits.

Our products are available for rent or purchase. For pricing, please call to inquire. Payment plans are available.

Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Inogen One G3

The Inogen G3 provides up to 9 hours of battery life, 5 pulse settings and weighs only 4.9 pounds.

  • Flow Settings: 1-5 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 4.9 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 8.75 x 3 x 8.25"
  • Battery Life: Up to 9 hours on the lowest setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, carry bag with shoulder strap, 16-cell double-battery
  • Available for rent only
Inogen One G4

The Inogen G4 provides up to 5 hours of battery life, with 3 pulse settings. At only 3.3 pounds, it is one of the lightest, smallest and quietest units available.

  • Flow Settings: 1-3 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 3.3 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 5.91 x 2.68 x 7.2"
  • Battery Life: Up to 5 hours on the lowest setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, carry bag with shoulder strap, 8-cell double-battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Inogen One G5

With up to 13 hours of battery life, 6 pulse settings and a weight of only 5.7 pounds, the Inogen G5 has the longest battery life and highest oxygen output per pound than traditional portable concentrators.

  • Flow Settings: 1-6 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 5.7 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 7.19 x 3.26 x 9.03"
  • Battery Life: Up to 13 hours on the lowest setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, leather carry bag with shoulder strap, 16-cell double-battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 5 years
Philips Respironics SimplyGo

The SimplyGo is unique, in that it offers both 6 pulse settings and up to 2 litres of continuous flow, weighing in at 10 pounds.

  • Flow Settings: 0.5-2 litres per minute Continuous Flow and 1-2 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 10 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 11.5 x 10 x 6"
  • Battery Life: Up to 3 hours on the lowest continuous setting (0.5) and up to 3.5 hours on the lowest pulse setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, carry bag with shoulder strap, rolling cart, 16-cell double-battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Mini

With a modern touch screen, the SimplyGo Mini provides up to 12 hours of battery life, 5 pulse settings and weighs only 5 pounds.

  • Flow Settings: 1-5 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 8.3 x 3.6 x 9.4"
  • Battery Life: Up to 12 hours on the lowest setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, carry bag with shoulder strap, 16-cell double-battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 2 years
Caire Freestyle Comfort

The Caire Freestyle Comfort provides up to 10 hours of battery life, 5 pulse settings, and weighs only 5 pounds.

  • Flow Settings: 1-5 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 7.3 x 3.1 x 11"
  • Battery Life: Up to 10 hours on the lowest setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, carry bag with shoulder strap, 16-cell double-battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 2 years
Caire Eclipse 5

The Eclipse 5 is a most powerful portable unit, providing the widest range of settings. The continuous mode delivers up to 3 LPM in increments of 0.5, while the pulse dose ranges from 16-192 mL in 9 settings. Weighing in at 18 lbs, a convenient mobile cart ensures it’s easy to move about.

  • Flow Settings: 0.5-3 litres per minute Continuous Flow and 1-9 Pulse Dose
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 7.1 x 12.3 x 19.3"
  • Battery Life: Up to 4.5 hours on the lowest continuous flow setting (0.5) and up to 5.5 hours on the lowest pulse setting (1 pulse)
  • Includes: AC + DC power cords, charging case, rolling cart, rechargeable battery
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years

Home Oxygen Concentrators

Drive DeVilbiss 5L

Enhanced quality and simplicity were priorities when designing the DeVilbiss 5 Litre Oxygen Concentrator. These dependable stationary units produce up to 5 LPM of oxygen, with easy-to-use patient controls.

  • Flow Settings: 0.5-5 LPM
  • Weight: 36 lbs
  • Dimensions: 24.5"H x 13.5"W x 12"D
  • Sound Level: 48 dBa
  • Power Consumption: 310 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 5 years
Philips Respironics EverFlo 5L

The Respironics Everflo Oxygen Concentrator’s ergonomic design saves space while providing 0.5-5 LPM of oxygen. Combining small size and low maintenance, it is our quietest stationary unit available.

  • Flow Settings: 0.5-5 LPM
  • Weight: 31 lbs
  • Dimensions: 23"H x 15"W x 9.5"D
  • Sound Level: 50 dBA or less
  • Power Consumption: 350 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Inogen At Home 5L

Offering flow rates of up to 5 LPM, the Inogen at Home Oxygen Concentrator is the lightest, most compact stationary unit on the market, making it easily transportable. It produces little noise disturbance, is extremely energy efficient, and uses less electricity than the average 5 Litre machine.

  • Flow Settings: 1-5 LPM
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • Dimensions: 16.5"H x 13"W x 7"D"
  • Sound level: 40 dBA
  • Power Consumption: <100 to 275 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Drive DeVilbiss 10L

The DeVilbiss 10 L Oxygen Concentrator, which is built upon the dependable features of the 5 Litre unit, is made to deliver oxygen to patients optimally, regardless of their flow requirements, with a flow rate of up to 10 LPM. Compared to other 10 Litre stationary units, the DeVilbiss 10 L is significantly lighter and smaller.

  • Flow Settings: 2-10 LPM
  • Weight: 42 lbs
  • Dimensions: 24.5"H x 13.5"W x 12"D"
  • Sound Level: 69 dBA or less
  • Power Consumption: 639 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Philips Respironics Millennium M10 10L

A dependable, high-performance oxygen concentrator, the Respironics Millennium M10 can provide up to 10 LPM of oxygen. It is the quietest of our 10 Litre stationary units, and was designed to lower the expense of providing oxygen to patients who need higher flow rates.

  • Flow Settings: 1-10 LPM
  • Weight: 53 lbs
  • Dimensions: 27"H x 19"W x 13"D
  • Sound Level: 55 dBA or less
  • Power Consumption: 600 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years
Caire NewLife Intensity 10L

The Caire NewLife Intensity is both durable and effective. For patients who require a higher flow of oxygen, this stationary device can produce up to 10 LPM of oxygen.

  • Flow Settings: 2-10 LPM
  • Weight: 58 lbs
  • Dimensions: 27.5"H x 16.5"W x 14.5"D
  • Sound Level: 58 dBA
  • Power Consumption: 600 watts average
  • Purchase Warranty: 3 years

What People Are Saying

I am extremely pleased with the service I have received from Peak Oxygen. If I have had any problems they have always come in a timely manner to help me out. I’ve recommended Peak Oxygen to my friends and one of them has moved over to them. I’d recommend them to anyone. Leonard, Peak Oxygen Patient
We’re very pleased with the service that we have received from Peak Oxygen. Every time we call the Peak Oxygen line we are able to speak to someone very fast. We are grateful for the opportunity to be able to use something other than tanks. Once again, we are very pleased. Wife of Peak Oxygen Patient
I’ve been with peak oxygen for couple of years now and they are there for you. When you call and need to address some concerns they are there right away. My experience with them has been absolutely amazing. Daniel K.
All my dealings with Peak Oxygen I have been amazed at the service I have received. All the staff have been very positive and helpful. Peak Oxygen has state of the art equipment. Allan T.
No one ever likes to need Oxygen but if you do, then Peak Oxygen makes the whole process easy. The staff at Peak, both the people in the office and those out delivering equipment and doing assessments, have been helpful, competent, very professional and, most importantly, always understanding, kind and personable. Peak Oxygen uses modern, quality, well-maintained equipment and have always been so helpful to give me equipment for a specific occasion. I was going away for a weekend and without hesitation, they brought a different piece of equipment that would make the travel easy. One time I simply needed extra tubing and they went out of their way to deliver it. They make sure you have whatever you need to be as comfortable as possible and I feel like they have my best interests at heart. The people at Peak Oxygen are a pleasure to work with.Nora D.
Great. Always there on time to deliver. People are friendly. Since we are seniors and since husband got approved for funding, everything has been manageable for us. Very recommendable. Melina P.

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If you or your family has any concerns with the functionality of your equipment, Peak Oxygen is here for you.

Simply call us at 587-747-7699.

Whether it's during the day or in the middle of the night, we're here to help.