Wound Care Center at West Valley Hospital Participates in National Wound Care Awareness Week
6/6/2014 12:00:00 AM
PHOENIX – Abrazo Health, the second largest health care delivery system in Arizona, has announced that the Wound Care Center at West Valley Hospital is participating in National Wound Care Awareness Week from June 2-6.
The Wound Care Center at West Valley Hospital provides state-of-the-art technology, advanced wound care techniques and experienced teams of health care professionals to help heal difficult and chronic wounds.
During National Wound Care Awareness Week, program directors from the Wound Care Center will visit local physician offices to provide education to help staff identify patients that may benefit from advanced wound care.
The Wound Care Center at West Valley Hospital offers a comprehensive wound management plan for patients with resistant wounds. Wound care services include compression therapy, debridement, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, infection management and more which are rendered by a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and health professionals with specialized training and certifications.
“Many people are not aware of available treatment options for non-healing wounds,” said Stan Holm, Chief Executive Officer of West Valley Hospital. “The tools patients need to achieve optimum results include specialized wound care technology and West Valley Hospital offers a multidisciplinary approach that ensures individualized patient care for more positive outcomes.”
For more information about the Wound Care Center at West Valley Hospital, please visit www.abrazohealth.com/woundcare.
About Abrazo Health
As the second largest health care delivery system in Arizona, Abrazo Health is committed to providing excellent medical care to the residents of Maricopa County. The Abrazo system includes six acute care hospitals: Arizona Heart Hospital, Arrowhead Hospital, Maryvale Hospital, Paradise Valley Hospital, Phoenix Baptist Hospital and West Valley Hospital; with a combined 1,027 licensed beds.