Marietta, OH (3/13/13)– Marietta Memorial Hospital’s Wound Care Center has been named a Center of Distinction from Healogics, Inc., the world’s leading wound care & hyperbaric oxygen therapy management company. The Center has achieved outstanding patient outcomes for twelve consecutive months, including patient satisfaction over 92%, a 91% wound healing rate within 30 median days to heal, among other quality outcomes.
At Marietta Memorial Hospital’s Wound Care Center, over 600 patients in the community were provided specialized treatment for chronic and non-healing wounds in 2012.
Nate Black, Director of the Wound Care Center, commented, “Our Wound Care Center simply changes lives. Patients come to us after suffering from a non-healing wound for months, if not years. These patients might otherwise experience an amputation or other life-threatening conditions. We are proud to provide this specialized and needed service to our community and take pride in the quality of care we deliver. "
“We’re honored,” says Tammy Pierce, Clinical Nurse Manager of the Wound Care Center. “It’s a privilege to be part of a great collaborative effort between the hospital, physicians, and Healogics. Together, we are able to heal patients in our community, getting them back to living happy, healthy lives.”
The Wound Care Center is a member of the Healogics, Inc. network of over 500 centers, which provides access to benchmarking data and proven experience treating over two million chronic wounds.
About the Wound Care Center
The Wound Care Center at Marietta Memorial Hospital offers specialized and comprehensive care for chronic non-healing wounds. One service, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, is offered to select patients for the healing of diabetic foot ulcers, arterial ulcers, wounds in a previously irradiated site, crush injury and other select diagnoses. To schedule an appointment or make a referral, please call The Wound Care Center at (740) 374-1623.
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Our wait times are updated every 15 minutes. The wait time provided displays the amount of time (in minutes) that it takes for a patient to see a qualified medical professional from the time of their arrival at the Emergency Room or Physicians Care Express location. The wait time displayed represents a rolling-average of the previous 120-minutes for all patients who are currently visiting our Emergency Room or Physicians Care Express locations.