Out of the House
StomaCloak was born, just over five years ago, as a result of a living room conversation between Pat Camp, an ostomy nurse, and Dr. Joe Salisz, a local urologist. At the time, Pat and Joe were brainstorming ways to improve the experience of patients living with an ostomy by finding a way to reduce ostomy related odor and moisture. They also wanted to create something that looked great.
In the years that followed, Pat, through her leadership and unwavering determination, has created a company, and a product, to meet the specific needs ostomates.
Since the beginning StomaCloak’s home office has literally been in Pat’s guest room. I guess you could say StomaCloak grew up and was raised by Pat in her own home!
Into the Hub
As a result of Pat’s hard work and success, the StomaCloak team was recently offered space in the Muskegon Innovation Hub. It was an offer we simply couldn’t resist. So, we got a big truck, packed our bags, and moved into our amazing new work space.
The Hub, as it’s called, is a business innovation center. In addition to state-of-the-art office space, the hub provides start up business, like us, with business coaching, opportunities for funding, networking, and a synergistic, fun work environment.
Home is Where the Heart is
We are absolutely thrilled with our new office space in the Hub. We invite you to visit us for a tour of our new space, coffee and conversation.
At the end of the day, however, it’s really not about office space. StomaCloak exists because of Pat’s determination to improve the quality of life of ostomates.
Pat’s heart is the human engine that drives our company. Please join us honoring Pat’s ongoing efforts and celebrating our continued success!
Picture: Pat Camp introducing StomaCloak for the pediatric Pouchkin Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands
Shared By Dr. Brian R. Stork, MD