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Wound Care


What is a Wound Clinic?

Many types of wounds require specialized care to properly heal. We are here to help.


Common types of wounds include:

  • Pressure injuries

  • Surgical wounds

  • Traumatic wounds

  • Diabetic foot ulcer

  • Venous leg ulcers

  • Arterial ulcers 


You may have a non-healing wound if it:

  • Has not started to heal in 2 weeks

  • Has not completely healed in 6 weeks

The Wound Care Team

The wound care team will provide weekly wound assessments, various treatments and recommendations until the wound heals.


Your team may include:

  • Advanced Practice Providers

  • Nurses

  • All our providers and clinicians are specially trained in wound care and hold a wound care certification.


Treatment Goals

  • Healing the wound

  • Preventing recurring infections

  • Maintaining patient independence

de Leon J, Bohn GA, DiDomenico L, et al. Wound care centers: critical thinking and treatment strategies for wounds. Wounds. 2016;28(10):S1-S23. PMID: 28682298

Marston WA. Wound care. In: Sidawy AN, Perler BA, eds. Rutherford's Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy. 9th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; 2019:chap 115.

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