Sierra Madre, Calif., February 27, 2023 – Wound Care Advantage, a leading provider of wound center support services, is proud to announce the promotion of Marissa Melendez to the position of Vice President of Human Resources.
Marissa Melendez joined the company 3 years ago as a Human Resources Generalist and has since demonstrated exceptional leadership, dedication, and commitment to the company’s success. As Director of Human Resources, Marissa Melendez played a vital role in developing and implementing human resources strategies that align with the company’s goals and values.
“It’s exciting to be given the opportunity to have a role that works with, and for, what I consider to be one of WCA’s biggest strengths, its people. The culture that Wound Care Advantage has instilled is one that puts its employees first and truly cares about their personal and professional growth.” Commented Marissa. “When an employer can see the potential in someone, and nurtures and supports their growth, it gives the employee a chance to become more than they may have even envisioned for themselves. I look forward to fostering this culture and using it to retain and recruit top talent.” Added Melendez.
As VP of Human Resources, Marissa Melendez will oversee all aspects of human resources, including recruitment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, and talent development. Marissa Melendez brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role and is committed to fostering a positive and inclusive work environment that empowers employees to achieve their full potential.
“We are thrilled to promote Marissa Melendez to VP of Human Resources,” said Mike Comer, CEO and Founder of Wound Care Advantage. “Her leadership and expertise have been instrumental in supporting the growth of our company, and we look forward to her continued contributions in this new role.”
For more information about Wound Care Advantage, visit www.TheWCA.com.
About Wound Care Advantage
For over twenty years, Wound Care Advantage has been committed to meeting wound centers at their level, providing the support and tools necessary to advance patient care and program sustainability. WCA believes that all programs should have access to innovative technology, and be informed to make the best decisions for their center. It is their mission to save the limbs and lives of patients by promoting the operational, clinical, and financial success of wound care programs. For additional information, visit www.thewca.com.