Henry County Hospital Wound Healing Center is now open and accepting new
patients. The Wound Healing Center offers patients access to the latest
outpatient clinical wound care, using a variety of clinical treatments,
therapies and support services to treat chronic wounds.
Every year, millions of Americans with diabetes or circulatory problems
develop non-healing wounds that limit their activity or even threaten
their legs and feet. These problems usually respond with the use of the
latest advances in wound care therapy. The new center offers advanced
treatment options for wounds resulting from multiple conditions, such
as diabetes, ulcers, infections and skin conditions.
“I am pleased to be able to offer this increasingly needed specialty
at Henry County Hospital,” commented Kim Bordenkircher, Chief Executive
Officer of Henry County Hospital. “The Wound Healing Center is one
example of our continual effort to meet the changing needs of the community
as well a new service as a result of our partnership with Mercy Health."
Henry County Hospital Wound Healing Center offers advanced treatment options
for many different types of wounds, including but not limited to: Arterial
ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, infection in the bone, non-healing surgical
wounds, burns and venous stasis leg ulcers.
Wounds are carefully assessed by qualified staff, who identify the most
appropriate treatment method. Treatment methods include: Compression therapy,
debridement, pressure relief, infection control, proper shoe wear and
Henry County Hospital Wound Healing Center is located at Henry County Hospital,
1600 East Riverview Avenue, Suite 102. The Wound Healing Center’s
clinic hours are Tuesdays 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Most treatments
are covered by all major insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (419) 591-3850.