Suwanee, GA (PressExposure) October 14, 2013 -- UroMed, a leading urological medical supply provider, officially launched a new and improved web site today at http://www.uromed.com, with a full selection of intermittent catheters, hydrophillic catheters and pediatic catheters available to customers who prefer home delivery for their medical supplies.
The UroMed web site includes a robust selection of products from name-brand manufacturers including Hollister, Coloplast, Rochester Medical, Cure Medical, Bard and MTG. The site also provides instructional and educational videos on product use as well as resources for condition-related topics including Spinal Cord Injury, Spina Bifida, Multiple Sclerosis and Stress Urinary Incontinence.
"UroMed strives to provide the best customer experience possible through our dedicated representatives and our online resources. Our new web site takes the guesswork out of ordering catheters and urology supplies, and also offers additional support materials to compliment the active lifestyles of our customers," said Craig Stevens, CEO and President of UroMed.
A key focus area of UroMed's new web site is Life After Spinal Cord Injury [LASCI], a motivational program created by UroMed founder Bert Burns to provide in-person and online support for wheelchair users who have had a spinal cord injury or another life-changing medical event. In addition to their daily outreach programs on Facebook and Twitter, LASCI also shares inspirational stories and education resources through an extensive blog that is part of the new UroMed web site.
Many of UroMed's employees have a personal connection to the products and resources that UroMed provides, as 20% of their customer care associates either use a wheelchair themselves or have a family member with a disabling condition.
Customers who order catheters, urological supplies and continence care products at http://www.uromed.com receive complimentary home delivery along with a wide range of personalized services from UroMed, including hassle-free insurance billing.
For more information, please visit http://www.uromed.com or call 1-800-841-1233.