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Wound Care Center

Queen of the Valley Regional Wound Care Center

Treating patients with chronic non-healing wounds.

We’ve brought together a team of wound care specialists and other medical professionals who use the latest, most advanced treatments to help patients heal and get back to enjoying life. The center provides a multi-disciplinary approach to healing difficult wounds through diagnostic services, debridement, compression therapy, special advanced treatment dressings, and family and caregiver education.

With the specialized treatment available at the Queen of the Valley Regional Wound Care Center, patients with slow-healing wounds no longer have to suffer or risk serious health complications. Our comprehensive approach can relieve pain, promote healing and help you recover from the disability that a persistent wound can cause.

Our Services

The Queen of the Valley Regional Wound Care Center offers the following services:

  • Diagnostic services
  • Removal of unhealthy tissue
  • Compression therapy
  • Special advanced treatment dressings
  • Infection management
  • Pain management
  • Patient, family and caregiver education

What to Expect as a New Patient

Please bring your medical records, insurance card, a list of all medications you are taking, and a list of allergies you may have to your first appointment. You'll undergo a thorough diagnostic examination to identify the type of wound and underlying causes.

Prior to your first appointment, please read the Patient Welcome Letter. Also, please print out and bring a completed copy of the Patient Medical History Form to your first appointment. Printed copies of the "Patient Medical History Form" are also available at our office.

The first appointment could last up to two hours. Based on this initial exam, an individually tailored treatment plan will be developed for the patient. Subsequent visits can last up to an hour. While you’re being treated at the Queen of the Valley Wound Care Center, please inform your nurse of any changes in your treatment or medication regime.

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