Fulton & Mason County Wound Clinic & Hyperbaric Medicine named Center of Excellence
Photo L to R: Erin Ridenour, Kelli Canevit, Chrissy Blevins, Chantel Goforth, Tory Picton, Lucretia Shaw, Tara Postin, Dr. Andrew Roudebush, Dr. Ramayya Gowda, Dr. Brent Parry, and Josh Wilkinson
The criteria for achieving the “Center of Excellence” status involves 4 primary tasks and key performance measures:
Task: Minimum Fulton & Mason County Wound Clinic
Healing Rate 91% 96.9%
Median Days to Heal plan <30 days 21 days
Patient Outlier Rate <19% 14.2%
Patient Satisfaction 92% 93.6%
In addition, the team must encourage and educate patients on the importance of keeping weekly wound care appointments and complete patient care plans, as well. Dr. Roudebush (Medical Director) and the entire wound care nursing team work hard to utilize the most efficient treatment plan available for each and every patient, and our recent award signifies that they are doing just that!
Indications for Wound Care Include:
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Diabetic Wounds of the Lower Extremity
- Ischemic Ulcers
- Neuropathic Ulcers
- Peristomal Skin Irritations
- Pressure Ulcers
- Surgical Wounds
- Traumatic Wounds
- Venous Insufficiency Ulcers
- Chronic Non-Healing Wounds
Millions of patients unnecessarily suffer with non-healing advanced wounds, when there is simply no need to. The Fulton & Mason County Wound Clinic offers individualized healing plans based off of the cause of the wound, age of the wound, state of the wound, and the patient’s ability to care for the wound at home. There are a variety of advanced therapies to help with hard-to-heal and chronic wounds not reacting to conservative treatment, including, but not limited to, hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (309) 649-6867. Self-referrals are accepted, meaning: you do not need a physician’s order for your wound to be assessed and treated.