Access to an ET / WOC Nurse over Skype for private medical advice
We know that many individuals living with an ostomy need help in a manner that is both timely and private. We also know that many ostomates reside in areas where there is limited or no access to a certified ET.
That’s why we have launched online ET Nurse consultations where users can schedule a meeting using our self serve system. It’s easy to do, and the best part it is, consultations are free for our Canadian customers.
Have a video conversation from the privacy of your home
Using the form above, provide your email, phone, Skype ID, topic you would like to discuss with the ET, and the time on Friday you are available to meet. Once you submit your details, we will send you an email confirming your appointment, along with future appointment reminders. Our goal is to have your questions answered within a 20 minute consultation.
Please let us know if you would prefer to do a video call using a different service such as FaceTime.
Helping you get the answers you need
Highly Trained Staff
Our ET/WOC Nurses have over 20 years of combined experience. They are passionate, detail-oriented, and can help you find the right solutions, fast.
Certified and Current
Our nurses are registered, certified ET/WOCN and know ostomy, incontinence, hernia and wound care inside and out. We’re armed with the latest product knowledge for your unique needs. Ask us anything.
Talk to an Inner Good ET on your timing. If you have special scheduling needs, let us know when you book and we will do our best to accommodate.
Committed and Caring
We are friendly and here to support you with excellent medical care advice and lifestyle tips.
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*Skype Call with an ET / WOC Nurse |Terms and Conditions
The information provided during an ET/WOC Nurse consultation appointment is for general information only and is not intended to contain or convey medical advice or instruction. Always consult with your physician or other appropriate health care professionals before making any changes in diet, physical activity and/or drug therapy. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. Do not use this website for medical emergencies.