The Advanced Wound Center’s mission is to improve the quality of life for all of our patients. That means aggressively managing wounds to ensure they heal quickly and completely. We work in conjunction with referring physicians as partners to determine a complete set of wound care protocols to address each patient’s needs. We provide all patients with dedicated and specialized attention, enabling them to return to a full life free from the pain of chronic wounds.
Why practice in an Accelecare Advanced Wound Center?
- Cutting edge evidence-based medicine
- Comprehensive training and certification on the latest techniques
- Lifestyle - Our outpatient centers operate during regular business hours Monday-Friday
- More time with your patients - wound care is hands on and procedure based allowing you to spend more time with your patients
- Attractive income
- Highly trained staff in an efficient practice environment
- Clinical research opportunities
Why send your patients to the Advanced Wound Center?
The Advanced Wound Care Center offers cutting edge treatments and evidence based protocols to ensure your patients' wounds heal quickly. When you refer patients to the Center, you can rest assured that they will receive the highest quality of dedicated clinical care from a staff that is specialized in addressing the most difficult wounds.
We work with the referring physician to manage the healing process from start to finish, ensuring patient compliance and enabling a consistent plan of care. Your patients will return to you healthier and happier, with all of their wound care needs fully addressed.
Indications for Wound Care
- Diabetic Wounds
- Pressure Ulcers
- Venous Stasis Ulcers
- Non-Healing Surgical Wounds
- Arterial Ulcers
- Vasculitic Ulcers
- Complex Soft Tissue Wounds
- Traumatic Wounds
- Infected Wounds
Indications for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Refractory Osteomyelitis
- Soft Tissue Radionecrosis
- Compromised Skin Graft / Flap
- Necrotizing Infections
- Clostridial Myonecrosis
- Arterial Insufficiency
- Acute CO Poisoning
- Gas Embolism