Your Competent Partner for Urological Medical Devices
Within the last 50 years, UROMED has developed into one of the leading providers of urological medical devices and drainage aids for incontinence care. Led by Thomas Hems and Thomas Nordbeck, UROMED offers a comprehensive range of products for diagnosis and therapy of urological diseases at Oststeinbek, close to Hamburg. At UROMED, a team of around 150 employees ensures that the family business, founded in 1967, continuously develops furthermore and keeps the outstanding reputation as a specialist in urology. DIN ISO 13485: 2012 certification is proof of our high quality management.
UROMED attaches great importance in all areas of business to employee motivation, teamwork and commitment and this can only be achieved by fully identifying with the company.
Professional Expertise for Individual Solutions
Based on long-term experience and know-how, UROMED offers its customers individual solutions to meet the requirements of users and consumers. Therefore we develop appropriate solutions using proven as well innovative technologies that are sustainable and economically viable.
We take time to provide comprehensive advice to our customers. This is why thorough training is essential for our medical product advisers and graduated nurses, employed for internal service and external sales. In this way, we create professional competence satisfying all sides: the company, the employees, as well as our customers and partners from doctors’ offices, clinics and the nursing sector.
Qualified medical product advisers and graduated nurses working in UROMED’s internal and external services look after
- hospitals, clinics,
- Resident specialists and general practitioners,
- retirement and care homes,
- nursing services,
- medical trade partners and
Besides safe and reliable quality, affordable and economic supply is the top priority for UROMED. Service-oriented concepts and innovative care models are developed and implemented in cooperation with users, health insurance companies and patients.