Cure Medical Expands Website

Site features new content directed at end users, medical professionals and home medical equipment providers.

Catheter maker Cure Medical has launched a new website at  to spotlight and expanded portfolio of intermittent catheters and closed system catheters, as well as content for Cure Medical users, medical professionals and HME providers.

The new site includes:

  • Customer-focused product videos.
  • Downloadable Cure Medical product flyers and catalog, and the ability to request free samples of any Cure Medical
  • Product.
  • CURE NATION, a personal support program for catheter users that includes a free monthly e-newsletter.
  • Personal stories and lifestyle advice from Cure Advocates who use Cure catheters, plus insight from Cure Medical founder Bob Yant who is a C4-5 quadriplegic.
  • Medical research updates as Cure Medical is the only intermittent catheter manufacturer in the world that donates 10 percet of net income in pursuit of a cure for paralysis and urinary retention.

“Everything we do at Cure Medical is centered on providing quality care for the people we serve,” Cure Medical CEO John Anderson said. “Our new website illustrates the Cure Commitment in a meaningful way and we hope visitors will share our online resources with friends and loved ones. We also invite you to join the fun in the CURE NATION!”

The Cure Advocates highlighted on the new site include:

  • Kristina Rhoades, a mom, busy professional and life coach who is creating a respite and rehabilitation facility in New Mexico. Kristina was paralyzed when she was 10 months old due to domestic violence.
  • John Phillips, an active grandfather from Alabama who is a legend in the outdoor sports world where he has served as a hunting and fishing magazine writer for more than 40 years. His greatest challenge wasn’t the fish that got away though, it was his fight against prostate cancer.
  • Rick Hayden, the president of the United Spinal Chapter of Southern California, who shares his story and strategies for personal and professional success.
  • Jerry Diaz, a Florida native who is a recognized star in the WCMX world of flips and tricks in a wheelchair. Newly injured, Jerry also works two jobs and goes to school full-time in pursuit of a welding career, and considers his life after spinal cord injury to be amazing.
  • Chris Collin, an adaptive skier and self-professed outdoors lover, who hits the slopes and trails in his home state of Maine. Paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, Chris faced his fears to rebound after SCI.

About the Author

David Kopf is the Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.


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