WCA helped establish and transformed the center into a thriving hub for wound care in the region.
In 2008, the hospital struggled to keep the program profitable and decided it no longer wanted to manage the wound care department. In an effort to save costs they contracted with WCA in order to keep the center open. WCA took over the operations of the center, moved the clinic and expanded services to include HBO.
Since taking over the program WCA has been able to steadily increase program profitability keeping doors open to patients over the last decade.
“Wound Care Advantage, being a partner, has been the best thing for this facility."
by the numbers
Clark Regional Wound Center Program Director, Layne Hazel, is one of many team members who helped make it into a thriving hub for wound care.
Dr. Arnold discusses why WCA’s collaborative support has been such a great fit for his center
“WCA played an integral role in my education as a wound care doctor."
“There’s passion in what they do."
Days To Heal
Mr. Hendrix had a chronic diabetic foot ulcer. Using advanced wound treatments and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) he was able to see dramatic improvements within 4 weeks.