Wound Care Services
Ozarks Healthcare Wound Care, managed by Healogics, provides specialized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, which are defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly improved from conventional treatments. Associated with diabetes, inadequate circulation, poorly functioning veins, and immobility, non-healing wounds lead to lower quality of life and may lead to amputations.
Are you a candidate for specialized wound care?
When wounds persist, a specialized approach is required for healing. Typically, a wound that does not respond to normal medical care within 14 days is considered a problem or chronic wound.
That's where our Wound Care Services can help. With the state-of-the-art treatments available including debridement, dressing selection, special shoes, and patient education, people with non-healing and chronic wounds now have a place to turn.
If you suffer from a chronic or non-healing wound, speak ask your physician about a referral to our Wound Care Center, or contact us directly at 417-257-5946 or by e-mail at email@example.com for an assessment.
If you are a candidate for this outpatient program, the Wound Care Center will immediately work with you and your doctor to deliver the following:
- Advanced therapies
- Proven clinical protocols
- An individualized, comprehensive plan of care that brings you the most appropriate and effective treatments for your specific needs
- Assessment and ongoing care by our highly skilled team of wound care specialists, including a case manager who will oversee every aspect of your treatment
- Education for you and your family to help healing happen at home, including materials and resources related to prevention, nutrition, hygiene, and more
- Ongoing communication and collaboration with you and your doctor so that you each remain informed about your progress
Ozarks Healthcare Wound Care Services Providers
Wound Care Services are provided by a panel of physicians and staff that include surgeons specially trained for treating hard-to-heal wounds. The current panel includes Dr. Magdy Giurgius, Dr. William McGee, and Lynsey Sullivan, FNP-C.