Kline Medical Supply was created in 1989 by Michael Kline. He created a company that provided medical supplies all over the state of Michigan, mainly to facilities. When Michael passed, his son, also Michael, took up the reins and transformed the company by creating this website at the beginning of the ecommerce boom, extending our reach across the continental US.
Today, we are focused on effectively supplying our current customers, addressing the unprecedented need for PPE for all types of businesses, and making sure that we are providing the safest working environment possible.
Thank you for considering Kline Medical Supply,
Director of Operations
Kline Medical Supply-Kline Medical Supply
42452 Mound Rd
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48314
Returns in resalable condition are accepted up to 30 days after the time of purchase. Packages must be unopened to qualify. We do not refund shipping costs.
When we receive the package, we will refund the original credit card the full amount minus the shipping cost. Return orders are shipped at the customer’s expense including the shipping cost of the original order. If the return needs to be picked up at a customer’s location, they are subject to the additional freight cost. Special Orders are subject to manufactures restocking fees. Cloth Briefs and Underpads are non-refundable.
Kline Medical Tax Policy:
KLINE MEDICAL SUPPLY INC COLLECTS SALES TAX in states where we have physical presence (or nexus), including California, Michigan, and Texas.
KLINE MEDICAL SUPPLY INC DOES NOT COLLECT SALES TAX in any states NOT listed above because Kline Medical Supply Inc is not required to collect sales or use tax in these states.
FOR OUR TAX EXEMPT CUSTOMERS:
KLINE MEDICAL SUPPLY INC DOES NOT COLLECT SALES TAX if we have your exemption certificate on file, or you are shipping your order to a state that does not collect state or local sales or use tax.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your purchase is NOT exempt from tax merely because Kline Medical Supply Inc has elected not to collect the tax from you at the time of your purchase. Unless you live in Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire or Oregon, your state most likely requires purchasers to report all purchases that are not taxed and pay tax on those purchases. The tax may be reported and paid on your individual income tax return or by filing a consumer use tax return. For more information, please visit your state's department of revenue website.