Specialized wound care clinic opens at VRMC
Vaughan Regional Medical Center (VRMC) announced further expansion of local care access on Monday through the opening of its new wound care clinic.
Vaughan Would Care Clinic, located in Suite 407 at Vaughan Medical Tower, will offer highly specialized would care to patients suffering from diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, infections and other chronic wounds that have failed to heal in a reasonable amount of time.
“Vaughan [Regional Medical Center] is dedicated to making communities healthier and one way we are able to do this is by continuously expanding access to healthcare services that our community members need, right here close to home,” said VRMC CEO David McCormack. “We are so pleased to open this new clinic and know that it will benefit the community for years to come.”
Dr. Trey Gunter, MD said that having a local wound clinic will be a great convenience to the people of Selma and Dallas County.
“This is a really nice thing to finally have locally,” he said. “A lot of folks with wounds like this have had to travel to Montgomery to seek treatment and many of them don’t have the time or resources to do so.”
Vaughan Wound Care Clinic is a member of Wound Care Advantage (WCA), a national leader in wound care resources.
Founded in 2002 with the belief that there can be a better way for hospitals to manage and operate their outpatient wound centers, WCA has been an industry leader in wound center management innovation for more than 17 years.
For more information about Vaughan Wound Care Clinic, call 334-418-6672.
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