Millions of Americans suffer each year from chronic wounds that do not heal. Those suffering from diabetes, poor circulation or other health conditions are often at a higher risk for non-healing wounds.
The Wound Care Management Center at Glendale Adventist
Medical Center provides patients with an evaluation and treatment program tailored to their specific situation. Our goals are to heal wounds fast and to save limbs whenever possible. The Wound Care team also emphasizes patient education on effective wound management and how to prevent reoccurrence. To find out if using the Glendale Adventist Wound Care Management Center is right for you, call (818) 409-6652 to speak to a wound expert about your individual care plan.
Take a look at the Wound Care Center
|Learn more about the Glendale Adventist approach to wound healing.
- Evaluation & Wound Assessment - The entire wound site is carefully and thoroughly examined.
- Treatment Plan - Patients benefit from an individualized care plan created by an interdisciplinary team of physicians. These wound care experts include nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians specializing in plastic surgery, infectious diseases, vascular surgery, podiatry, internal medicine and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
- Education - An education and assistance plan is developed for patients and includes information on caring for wounds at home, nutrition tips and guidelines for patients to facilitate the healing process.
To Learn More...
Download a Wound Care Center brochure or a referral form for the Wound Care Center.
The Wound Care Center is located on the Main Floor of the Glendale Adventist Medical Center's East Tower.