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Wound Care

Val Verde Regional Medical Center provides care and education for patients with chronic, nonhealing wounds—those that do not show any signs of improvement after four to six weeks.

Nonhealing wounds are often associated with poor blood flow to an injury site and occur frequently among people with diabetes; those who may have had radiation therapy, trauma or other medical conditions; and people with pressure ulcers resulting from lack of movement.

Services are provided to inpatients and outpatients. A physician referral is required.