Overview Resources

Our goal is to provide you with the resources and education you need to make
your patient or clinician journey easier.


Committed to Excellent Care

If you have questions about catheters and wound care, you’ve come to the right place. This is where you’ll find our educational blog, details about our return policy and training materials. Our catheter resources include educational pages with training directly from the manufacturers on some of the intermittent catheter types we provide. We’ve also partnered with some of our key manufacturers to bring you their wound care and urology training content.

We do everything we can to make the process of purchasing your medical supplies as painless as possible. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our catalog or need assistance in any other way, our team members are available by email, phone or chat to help you.

Patient Education

In our education series, we answer any and all questions from “do you need a prescription for catheters?” to “are catheters painful?” We can advise you on what supplies you need based on your prescription and on how many to get. We’ve provided educational resources with information about intermittent catheter types and more.


Our blog is full of wisdom from the experts on caring for yourself or a loved one who needs a catheter or has an open wound.

Wound Care Resources

Find guidelines on how to best use your supplies to safely care for your wound as well as common questions many patients have about wound care.

Covered Insurances

Find out if we are contracted with your health plan. If you don’t see your plan on the list, it doesn’t mean we can’t help you! There are sub-sets of major plans that may not be listed.

Urology Resources

Catheters are used by patients to self-empty the bladder throughout the day. Our catheter resources and training include many high-quality intermittent catheter types and catheter training for men, women and children.

Do You Need a Prescription for Catheters?

Discover the answer to similar patient-specific questions and many general questions, such as “are catheters painful?,”
with help from our educational resources or by speaking with a team member.