Inflamed, painful wounds and ulcers that don’t heal require special medical attention. At Regional Health, we care for patients with all types of chronic and slow-healing wounds, including ulcers, burns, infections and pressure injuries (bedsores).
Our wound care specialists understand the complex nature of wound treatment and healing. We treat wounds, and we also treat the underlying diseases or illnesses that impede healing. We also offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which can help wounds heal faster.
Living with wounds can complicate your life and interfere with relationships, but you don’t have to do it alone. We provide healing and supportive services for patients in and out of the hospital, as well as people served by long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities and home-care agencies.
Our Wound Care Process
During your initial consultation, you will undergo a thorough examination to identify the type of wound and its possible cause. Based on this evaluation, we develop a customized treatment plan with therapies tailored to your needs. We work closely with you, your family and your physician to care for the wound and guide your recovery.
- Venous stasis ulcers
- Arterial ulcers
- Diabetic (neuropathic) ulcers
- Pressure injury
- Chronic non-healing wounds
- Surgical wounds
- Draining wounds
- Skin graft & surgical flap care
- Post-radiation wounds/burns
- Autoimmune wounds
- Problem stomas
- Peristomal skin disorders
- Ostomy support group
- Pre-operative ostomy education (inpatient)
- Stoma marking (inpatient/outpatient)
- Ostomy equipment fitting
- Post-operative ostomy education & follow-up
What People Are Saying
I was in and out in such an efficient manner. Everything moved like clockwork without any feeling of being rushed. Everyone was attentive to my needs and I was kept informed. Great experience.
All of the people at the local office and at the hospital were more than accommodating through my knee surgery and process of healing.