What can I expect during a visit to the Wound Care Center?
Our team of providers includes vascular and general surgeons, podiatrists, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, family practitioners and internal medicine specialists. Our staff will work closely with your primary care physician and other specialists to ensure that you receive the best quality of care.
Your specialized plan of care and treatment may include:
- Wound Cleansing (Sharp or Mechanical Debridement)
- Dressing Changes
- Compression Therapy
- Total Contact Casting
- Wound VAC System
- Nutrition Assessment
- Regular Visits to the Wound Care Center
Throughout your treatment, the wound care team will communicate with your physician about your care and explain ways to safely continue and improve your daily activities.
Your physician at the Wound Care Center may also refer you for additional care, treatment or services including:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Vascular Testing
- Home Health Care
- Infectious Disease Specialist
- Diabetes Education Classes provided by Certified Diabetes Educators
Whom can I contact regarding a problem wound?
If you have a wound that is not healing properly, getting worse, or causing discomfort or pain, please contact your primary care physician or provider. A referral is required before you can be scheduled for an appointment at the Wound Care Center.
Left without appropriate clinical treatment, wounds can worsen resulting in localized or widespread infection. Find treatment today.