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Our Neonatal Specialty Medical Products will help you provide your babies with the best of care.

OB/GYN Instrumentation

Your “One Stop Shop” for all of your OB/GYN Instrumentation and Equipment.


HMS offers devices for surgery that allow the surgeon to provide the best outcomes for their patients.


Entidal CO2O2 cannulas and Oxygen delivery systems, wound irrigation systems, as well as Laryngoscopes are some of the devices that are critical to the ER.

Heartland Medical Specialties, Inc.


“The first stop for all of your hospitals needs.”

Since  1987 Heartland Medical Specialties has been a leading distributor for Surgical, NeoNatal Intensive Care, Anesthesia, Respiratory, OB/GYN, Radiology, and Emergency Care products,  as well as Hospital and Office New and Refurbished  Equipment.  

For over 25 years, Heartland Medical Specialties has dedicated to our customers, quality products, service and satisfaction.    

Heartland Medical Specialties is a Certified Veteran Owned Small Business.  We take pride in being able to provide a wide range of products for our nations VA and Military Hospitals.

Dennis Black, the founder of Heartland Medical Specialties, started his business after years of experience working for some of the top national medical manufacturing and distribution companies in the country.

Dennis and his wife Paula, co owners of HMS, deliver their products from a 65,000 square foot distribution center in Lenexa, Kansas.

Located in the heartland of America allows customers to receive their products on time with orders being processed and shipped the same day.

With a capable, experienced staff your Materials Management decision makers can get the answers they need about the best products available, at the best price available.

With the many changes in our nation’s healthcare, Heartland Medical Specialties’ goal is to provide the end user with the best specialty products at a price that is responsible, fair and competitive.

Welcome to Heartland Medical Specialties, Inc. 

“The first stop for all of your hospitals needs.”

Did you know...?

Myth: Small Bladder, Big Problems

Some people blame a small bladder for frequent leaks, but your body’s normal “capacity” is rarely the true cause of a life-disrupting problem. In healthy people, that capacity ranges from 1 to 2 cups. The real culprit is more likely to be weak muscles, medication side effects, infection, or nerve damage — and treatments are available.

Myth: Drinking Less Is Best

Waving off the waiter when he tries to refill your glass may help a little. But doctors say a healthy bladder should be able to handle a normal amount of fluid. You might want to consider downsizing that morning cup of coffee or skipping the cola, because caffeine is a bladder stimulant.

Myth: Bladder Problems Are a Fact of Life

If bladder problems are bothering you, talk with your doctor. Incontinence is a medical problem — not an inevitable part of aging. Treatments will depend on a person’s specific problem and overall health. People who seek help often see improvements in their symptoms and their day-to-day life.