“Only First Class is Good Enough”
–J.D. Schneider (founder, Hollister Inc)
Hollister catheters are designed to make life easier for you and include closed-system intermittent catheters, intermittent catheter kits, and external catheters. Hollister Catheters are easy-to-use and can help provide the right balance of functionality and protection. Learn more about Hollister catheters and how we can help you find one that meets your specific needs.
Hollister Incorporated is an independently-owned global company that develops, manufactures, and markets healthcare products, servicing over 90 countries. From the earliest days of their company, there has been a strong sense of community—a connection to people. That connection is embedded in the very fabric of their company, and as they continue to develop new products and services, they are focused on meeting the healthcare needs of people throughout the global community.
One of Hollister’s most popular catheters is the Advance Plus closed-system intermittent catheter. This system features an integrated collection bag for secure urine collection until you’re able to dispose of it. This specific Hollister catheter comes pre-lubricated so no additional lubrication is needed, reducing inconvenience and risk of contamination from an external lubricant. Because it is a closed-system, the Advance Plus also reduces your risk of developing a urinary tract infection (UTI). These catheters feature latex-free PVC material, ultra-smooth catheter eyelets, and easy-to-open packaging.
Many Hollister catheters are made to fit your individual needs, with some catheters being specifically tailored for those who suffer from spinal cord injury, Spina Bifida, and Multiple Sclerosis. Hollister catheters are available in a variety of sizes, materials, and styles to fit the needs of male, female, and pediatric patients. Hollister Catheters are designed to be easy-to-use and can help provide the right balance of ease-of-use and protection.
You may be eligible to receive your Hollister catheter supplies at little-to-no cost to you through insurance. Medicare and Medicaid may pay for an allowable amount of your catheter supplies each month. North Carolina Medicaid patients are eligible to receive up to 200 intermittent catheters each month, with Medicare and most private insurances following suit.
To find out if you qualify for catheters through your insurance, simply complete our Qualify Through Insurance form and one of our Patient Care Representatives will verify your insurance and contact you to discuss your coverage and catheter options.
If you or someone you know needs Hollister catheter supplies, Aeroflow Healthcare is happy to help you get exactly what you need. Give us a call today at 844-276-5588.