Wound Care Clinic
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Our Wound Care Clinic provides optimal management of wounds and ostomies by a professional expertly trained to address these care needs. Whether supporting a patient's return to a productive lifestyle or providing palliative care, our clinic offers interventions and cost-effective treatments to individuals with wound, ostomy or continence disorders.
Because our wound clinic is staffed by a Certified Wound and Ostomy Nurse Practitioner, we are able to provide our patients with a variety of treatment options.
Who Uses Our Wound Clinic Services?
- People ineligible for Home Health services
- People in need of assistance for a wide range of wound or ostomy issues
- Any patient in skilled care or under Home Health services, in need of consultations about treatment
Optimal management of chronic wounds, ostomies or continence disorders by a professional expertly trained to address these conditions can result in improved patient outcomes and health care cost savings. In fact, wound care specialists have been credited with significantly reducing amputation rates and shortening the average hospital stay by 24 percent.
Our Wound Clinic Is Nationally Certified and Offers:
- Evidence-based, cost-effective, individualized care planning
- Complication prevention/disease management education
- Coordination/care collaboration for best outcomes
- Patient/family education and follow-up care
Mondays, and Wednesdays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Our clinic is closed on Tuesdays, however we are available to take patient telephone calls.