Medical Supply Storage Ideas!
When the medical supplies start pouring in, it gets crazy! We got sent home from the hospital and that day boxes of tubes and syringes and formula began appearing! It was crazy! Hopefully you will find some of these ideas useful!
STEP 1: Take Inventory! Figure out what you have and how much of it!
More likely than not, you have bags, tubes, pumps, syringes, boxes of formula, etc.... Start by making a list of everything you have, what you need, how many of each, how many you use per month, etc....
STEP 2: Get Organized!!
This is similar to how the hospitals organize supplies! Its great because you can see everything. The down side is that tiny humans have access to everything and if your kiddos are anything like mine, they see stuff and they want to get into it!
This is a great way for storage if you have larger items!
Cupboards! There are very cheap options for buying these almost everywhere! Amazon, Target, Walmart, etc... We love this option because you can put child proof locks right on the doors.
If you have an empty closet this is an excellent way to store the supplies. Grab a few inexpensive boxes, label them, and then stack!
This is similar to what I have in my home, except not quite so many! I have only two columns and five rows of drawers. It works great for us!
This is one of the cheaper options! It's great because you can use any bins you have from around the house, leftover hospital bins even!
This is a great, and aesthetically appeasing, way to take care of supplies!
This is great for those that don't have much space! Just purchase an inexpensive shoe rack
Another Idea is to store some of the items right on the IV pole! I hung a basket and a cup from the top of the IV pole and then cut a hole in a dollar store plastic drip pan and stuck it down the center of the IV pole and now we have even more storage!
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