~ Dignity Products ~

After breast surgery, many women feel they will never be whole again. At Dignity Products, we believe physical and emotional healing go hand in hand. A caring attitude, private supportive environment, and attention to your individual needs help to enhance that emotional healing.

We further believe that life should be about choices....do I want to wear a black or white bra today, or maybe one with lace or even a smooth cup mastectomy bra?

We constantly strive to provide not only a mastectomy product, but a valuable service. You can go anywhere to buy mastectomy products, but we provide the caring service before the sale. As we assist you with your selections, we want you to be more informed about product choices which allow you to be in control.

About Us

David and Ondrea Meredith started Dignity Products Inc. on September 4, 1998 with the kind of service they want to provide - service with dignity.

As a Registered Nurse of more than 34 years in Hospice/Home Health & Family Practice, Ondrea and her husband David began to travel and visit other businesses like theirs and discovered that there were a lot of great products that the women of this area were not getting.

Now, more than 22 years later, Dignity Products continues to serve Winston Salem and most counties in North Carolina. When God closes one door, He truly does open another door.

On May 1, 2021 Ondrea retired. She loved serving her community and helping those in need. She has passed the torch to three time breast cancer survivor, Jacqueline Cromity (Jackie). 

Short Bio on Jackie Cromity:

Jackie Cromity began her career at IBM, where she started as a software engineer and finished up nine years later as a technical pre-sales and operation manager. During her time at IBM, Ms. Cromity received an award for her work, "Physical Design Topology Checking Methodology," which ultimately led to a patent. In 2004 she received the Rising Star award at the Women of Color Conference, where she gave an address on Innovation. During her tenure at IBM, Ms. Cromity managed to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Minnesota and complete Dale Carnegie certification. She later moved to the multinational tech conglomerate Cisco, working her way up from program manager to global service delivery manager. 

Between 2013 and 2020, Jackie found five tumors and had a lumpectomy and two bilateral mastectomies, with many surgeries in between. At first Jackie felt like she managed, but she wanted to do more than manage, she wanted to thrive. As a breast cancer survivor she found that she had a new mission in life: to help others who have gone through this journey. In 2020, she purchased a building and began building a beautiful space for breast cancer survivors, where they could engage with one another and share their personal experiences. Survivor Friendly, her boutique in Raleigh, North Carolina has been set up as a one-stop-shop for specialty items exclusively for women cancer survivors. 

Her next adventure has lead her to Dignity Products. She is excited and honored to help Provide That Special Look for new and existing clients. 



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Mission Statement

To provide quality products, by professional certified fitters in a supportive environment, to women experiencing an altered body image related to post breast surgery, and other individuals with health care needs.






Jackie shares in what Ondrea believed, that life should be about choices. They further believe that quality of life is critical for physical and emotional wellness.

When a woman experiences an altered body image, she may feel her choices have diminished and she has limited resources available. Our objective is to provide quality breast care products that will enable women to realize that choices are still available. In addition, our clients are valued and treated with respect and dignity.

Dignity Products provides quality breast care products in a private, supportive, compassionate environment. We strive to provide service before the sale through education and information. We believe the more informed our clients are, the more confidence they have in their appearance, thus giving back their sense of well-being.

Each client we serve is like our teacher and we are the student. If we listen, we will learn a wealth of information that will help us to better serve the next client.




"What Cancer Cannot Do"

Cancer is so limited...

It cannot cripple love.

It cannot shatter hope.
It cannot corrode faith.

It cannot eat away peace.

It cannot destroy confidence.
It cannot kill friendship.
It cannot shut out numbers.

It cannot silence courage.

It cannot reduce eternal life.
It cannot quench the Spirit.

- Author Unknown




Professional Credentials

ABC Mastectomy Fitter Certification is awarded as an attestation of competency for the public, those who require post-mastectomy fitting and services, and those in other health professions. The awarding of an ABC fitter certification provides the certified fitter with an appropriate and meaningful recognition of professional competence. To be eligible for this professional designation, individuals must meet educational, experiential and examination requirements directly related to the fitting of post-mastectomy patients.

Following the awarding of Certification, individuals must adhere to ABC’s Code of Professional Responsibilities and meet continuing professional education requirements.


ABC Accredited Facilty

Dignity Products has facility accreditation with the American Board for Certification in Prosthetics. ABC recognizes the best companies in safety, professionalism, organization and patient care.

An insignia for ABC is available from this entity.

Staff

Jacqueline Cromity - Owner, Certified Mastectomy Fitter (CFm), M.B.A.


Melissa Giles - CFm


Cindy Warnstaff - CFm


Krystal Brown - Office Manager/Insurance Coordinator


Keri Williams - Insurance Specialist