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We offer all the major brands
We offer ostomy supplies from Bard, Cure Medical, Coloplast, Hollister, and Rochester Medical. We are constantly evaluating the products we provide to ensure we offer the best products for your needs.
Products for your unique needs
Our product specialists will contact you, your doctor, and your physician directly to understand your situation and verify that you are receiving the right amount and types of ostomy supplies so you will never run out.
Can I get my usual brand?
Most likely, yes. We carry a wide selection of different brands and if we don’t have yours, we will be happy to find you a good alternative.
Our top three brands are: Coloplast, Hollister and ConvaTec.
How will I get my ostomy supplies?
Contact us or let us contact you
Understand your benefits and clarify your needs. Our telephones are open 24 hours a day and we pick up the phone within 30 seconds.
Choose the type brand
You choose the brand, or the brand you prefer, or let us find another alternative.
We’ll do the paperwork
Comfort Medical contacts your doctor and insurance company and fills out all necessary forms on your behalf.
Your catheter supplies are delivered to your doorstep regularly and discretely, within three days. The best news – shipping is free.
The professionalism of the product specialist I spoke with convinced me that I found the right company.
Get to know the types of ostomies
Get a discreet and private solution, with colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy pouches that will affect your everyday life the least.
A colostomy refers to a surgically created opening into the colon through the abdomen. Its purpose is to allow the stool to bypass a diseased or damaged part of the colon. This procedure can in some cases be reversible depending on the circumstances.
A surgically created opening to drain urine in cases where your urinary system or bladder is either diseased or damaged and therefore is not able to pass urine normally. This then allows urine to flow out of the body after the bladder has been removed or bypassed
A section of the small intestine and large intestine (colon) have been removed or bypassed. This is performed when the end part of the small intestine or the large intestine is diseased. Feces is then collected in a pouching system, since the stoma then has no muscle to control.