Yes they did !
The British provided a number of items under Reverse Lend-Lease agreements.
This not only included buildings, miscellaneous equipment, vehicles, uniforms, but also British-made or British-developed Medical Items. A number of Hospitals arrived in the British Isles w/o equipment or had to wait for it, or were ordered to pass it on to other US medical organizations that became operational before they did. So they either borrowed, ordered, or used British items (mind you, some problems were encountered with respect to the different specifications, characteristics, and operating features of British items vs. similar US items)
Due to missing and/or shortshipped medical items, many improvisations were necessary when operating under combat conditions. When due to the rapid advance of the Allied Armies, the supply lines collapsed, Hospitals often used captured enemy stocks for a while.