Your comfort is our primary concern. With extensive experience in treating and preventing wounds, your care team of highly skilled nursing professionals works diligently to help you heal. Rest comfortably knowing we use the most advanced methods to treat and prevent wounds.
Common wounds we treat include:
Wounds complicated by poor circulation, diabetes, cancer, vascular disorders, and other conditions
Slow healing or chronic wounds or ulcers
Complex surgical wounds
Our ongoing processes of delivering and evaluating better wound care management ensures that best practices are implemented.
Effective Wound Care
Prevention, early detection, and effective intervention are key to wound care. When you meet with your care team to determine your care plan, we evaluate any wounds you may have or may be at-risk of acquiring.
Your wounds are monitored daily during your routine cares. Your nurse will alert your care team of any early signs of skin changes to the wound or any areas where a wound is prone to develop. By detecting a wound early, we are able to implement interventions.
The latest air mattress support surfaces are used to prevent and treat wounds caused from immobility. We also use highly effective dressings for different stages of the healing process, as well as negative pressure wound therapy, topical therapy, wound bed preparation, debridement applications, and nutritional supplements.
Regular wound care rounds ensure you receive a powerful treatment plan that is constantly adjusted according to your comfort and healing.
Expert Wound Care Team
Receive the highest standard of wound care available. Your wound care team consist of a certified nurse; dietitian; nutritional services director; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; licensed nurses; and certified nursing assistants.
“As a certified wound care nurse, I have developed some special and unique relationships with residents throughout the facility. Not only am I involved in the actual wound care, but I also provide comfortable wound care changes, educate the resident, and encourage them to be an active part in all aspects of their wound healing.”
Kris Johnson, RN, WCC
Assistant Director of Nursing and Vent Center Manager
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