Because You Demand the Best Care, St. Dominic’s Wound Healing Center is Dedicated Solely to Wound Treatment

The Joint Commission Gold SealSt. Dominic’s Wound Healing Center provides specialized outpatient treatment for patients’ chronic, non-healing or acute wounds. Our team consists of physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses dedicated to delivering the highest quality of care.

The Wound Healing Center at St. Dominic’s is currently the only center in the state to hold the coveted Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for its Wound Care program because of demonstrated compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care. This recognition required a rigorous on-site review by experts from The Joint Commission.

St. Dominic’s Wound Healing Center treats acute, chronic and infected wounds.  Wounds caused by chronic conditions such as diabetes and venous insufficiency are also treated.

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Hyperbaric oxygen treatment/ involves a patient lying in a clear, pressurized cylinder or tube. This tube delivers 100 percent oxygen and helps wounds heal faster. The oxygen penetrates the blood easier and aids the body’s natural healing process.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy is used to promote wound healing through a dressing that creates negative pressure in the wound. This negative pressure increases blood flow to the area and helps the natural healing process in the body. This particular treatment also draws out fluid from the wound – which also promotes healing.

Wound Closures can be done through sutures (stitches) or staples. Sutures can be absorbable or non-absorbable depending upon the clinician’s opinion as to how long the sutures need to remain.

Vascular Studies are non-invasive and are used to determine the amount of circulation within veins and arteries.

Debridement is used to remove infected or dead tissues from a wound that may be causing the wound not to heal. This can be done through sharp or biologic debridement.

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St. Dominic’s Wound Care Symposium 2019

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