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All About Home Health

All About Home Health

Home Health Care Services

for the Central Virginia Area

Wound Care

Wound care has become one of the fastest growing needs for home care services. Our home health nurses are trained and experienced in wound management, the healing process, and the selection and use of effective wound products and devices.

Our nurses and therapists have access to the latest standards of practice and products for wound care. This includes a comprehensive clinical training program that has been designed to:

  • Improve patient comfort
  • Decrease time spent on dressing changes
  • Improve healing time
  • Prevent complications
  • Improve patient outcomes

The clinical training materials keep licensed nurses and physical therapists up to date with current treatment trends and allow them to continually improve their clinical knowledge and competency. The skills and attention of these knowledgeable and experienced clinicians directly benefits individuals who are facing the challenges of coping with wounds and the complications that can be debilitating.

Wound Types

  • Pressure ulcers  (stage I, II,. III, IV)
  • Lower extremity ulcers  (venous, diabetic, and arterial ulcers)
  • Other wounds such as surgical wounds and burns

Wound Care Clinical Approach

Our comprehensive wound care program monitors the wound progress and includes the following details for better outcomes . . .

  • Evaluation of wounds
  • Nutritional screening
  • Antibiotic Monitoring
  • Selection & Recommendation of appropriate dressing product
  • Digital wound photos and reports
  • Support surfaces (pressure relief referrals)
  • Patient and family education
  • Treatment of chronic underlying health problems