The Skilled Wound Care Physicians Group provides clinical services such as wound care, management, debridement, and prevention all at the bedside. No need to travel to expensive conferences to learn the latest techniques, with our expert staff and team of physicians we come to you at your patient’s bedside.
WITH SKILLED WOUND CARE
AT YOUR NURSING FACILITY
Patient Satisfaction Increases
Surveys pass without wound care deficiencies
Hospital Re-Admissions Decrease
In-house pressure injury incidences abate
Your Quality Measures improve
Your team receives the most advanced wound care education
Patient's wounds heal faster
HELPING YOU TACKLE CHALLENGES WITH INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS
A STRONG TRACK RECORD
SWC creates multidisciplinary wound care, which has been shown to improve wound healing in multiple peer-reviewed journals.
SWC debrides wounds with necrosis, slough, or bioburden, which allows for 70% of wounds to decrease in size, and a 25% reduction in size in the first month of treatment for responding wounds.
EDUCATING YOUR STAFF
SWC staff educates facility nurses on the proper use of wound dressings and other healing tools.
On average, greater than 75% of wounds treated by the SWC begin healing after the start of services.
WHAT OUR PHYSICIANS DO?
Our Providers round on a weekly basis.
Our Providers educate as we round.
All care plans are clarified.
We provide bedside surgical debridement.
Detailed and compliant.
HOW SKILLED WOUND CARE HELPS YOU
Strengthening your hospital case manager relationships
Developing specialty care recovery units
Elevating staff preparedness for complex patient admissions.
Offering a rigorous, long-term care specific documentation program for wounds with data-driven reporting to deliver you with quality assurance reports.
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