Good Quality Products We constantly research and improve our products to ensure we can always supply you with great quality products. We listen to your feedback and work closely with our suppliers to consistently maintain excellent standards across all of our ranges. Our products are used with confidence in Care Homes and Children's Nurseries throughout the UK, so you can be sure we will not let you down.
Amazingly Low Prices Our aim is to use high volumes to keep our prices low rather than charging high prices and only sell a little. It's the old method of pile it high and sell it cheap. That gives you good value for money and we get to cover our low overheads by selling lots of volume.

Gompels HealthCare Ltd has consistently been (and will be) one of the lowest price suppliers in the market. If you would like us to prove it to you we will happily do a price comparison and show you on a like for like basis how much you will save by joining our 1000's of customers who shop with us every week.
Free Returns If you do not like what you have ordered, just let us know and we will collect it for free. Plain and simple.
Free Packing & Handling Over £50 We offer free packing & handling for orders over £50 (ex VAT) for delivery to the UK mainland.
Late 5pm cut-off for NEXT Day Delivery We have an industry leading cut-off time of 5pm for next day delivery!

Incontinence Products

With around 40% of people in nursing homes experiencing urinary incontinence and 30% having faecal incontinence, at Gompels HealthCare Ltd we strive to bring you Incontinence Supplies of the highest quality, but at the lowest prices. Our range features products for all types of incontinent situations.

We are an official distributor of Incontinence products for ID and Tena. Although there can be a large difference in price between different brands, most incontinence Supplies are made on the same machines (which can be bought from Italy for about £1.5m!). So, for example, Gompels Adult Nappies are comparable in performance to similar sized nappies by ID.

The NHS estimates that between 3 and 6 million people in the UK suffer from some form of incontinence. This large figure shows that it is a very common complaint, especially amongst the elderly, with 30-60% of those in care homes living with it. 

Understandably, many adults who experience incontinence often feel embarrassed about their condition. This can be managed in several steps:

  • Letting them know just how common it is: Many sufferers will feel less alone if they know they are one of many who are dealing with incontinence. 
  • Being prepared: Having good products on hand to help deal with any accidents that may occur is crucial for a swift and dignified clean up.
  • Being supportive: Above all it is important to remember that the individual dealing with incontinence is more than likely distressed, so providing a caring and friendly attitude is crucial.