Keeping a stock of basic medical supplies in an office vending machine or school vending machine is not an entirely new idea. These days anything and everything seems game for a vending machine as the Intelligent Vending Solutions’ website and this blog might suggest.
The practical function of having band-aids, gauze, alcohol swabs and other basic medical supplies in and around any place should be clear to anyone. Emergencies happen. More often, small little mishaps occur that require attention quickly and can be handled cheaply. Throwing in single sale band-aids can stop bleeding on a small cut that might otherwise necessitate a trip to the local pharmacy and a larger expenditure on a whole box of the things.
Aspirin and other pain relievers are also important to have around. You can never predict when a headache might pop up. These Aspirin and Tylenol vending machines can be mildly lucrative and mostly self sustaining in any environment. They are a great chance to offer sometimes necessary items at a reasonable price.
If you run an office or school, be sure your employees and students have access to these basics. A basic medical vending machine can be a nice boost to your coffers and a great convenience to the backbones of your institution.