Contributor Bio: Bard Care

Today, we’re making a promise
To people who need to use catheters every day
And to the doctors and nurses who care for them.

That Bard Care will bring great resources, support and products
From your doctor's office,
To your home, your life
And anywhere you love to be.

It’s a promise that shifts our focus
From purely clinical
To deeply personal.

It’s a promise
To make people’s lives easier—
Through care programs like LINK.
And through breakthrough services and support.

A promise to empower people
With a choice of trusted products
Like MAGIC, SPIRIT™, and TOUCHLESS®

A promise that shows in everything we do
In how we interact
In how we care.

Every day,
We’re fulfilling our promise
By creating new ways to improve the lives we touch.

It’s a promise of
Care. Comfort. Choice.

We are Bard Care.

 

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