Wound Care Advantage (WCA) is proud to announce our new partnership with Tennova Healthcare’s LaFollette Wound Care Center, Clinton. This collaboration is an important step in providing high-quality wound care services to the LaFollette and Clinton communities.
Chronic wounds caused by diabetes, vascular disease, and trauma are prevalent in Tennessee, and access to advanced wound care is essential in addressing this issue. Through our partnership, Tennova Wound Care Center, Clinton will have access to innovative technology, resources, and on-call guidance from Wound Care Advantage. Our goal is to empower our partners with the tools and resources they need to succeed in providing exceptional wound care to their community.
Tennova Healthcare’s LaFollette Medical Center has been serving the LaFollette community for over 50 years with a mission to provide compassionate, patient-centered, value-driven healthcare with excellence in quality, service, and access. The center boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including a modern emergency department, diagnostic equipment, and quick and easy patient registration.
As part of the WCA Network, Tennova Wound Care Center, Clinton will benefit from increased visibility, improved business prospects, and elevated abilities and practices of wound care. We are thrilled to work with the dedicated team at Tennova Healthcare’s LaFollette Medical Center and Tennova Wound Care Center – Clinton to advance wound care in their communities.
We believe that every wound center has the potential to thrive, and our mission is to promote the operational, clinical, and financial success of wound care programs to save the limbs and lives of patients. We are committed to delivering exceptional wound care and improving the lives of patients in the LaFollette and Clinton areas.
About Wound Care Advantage
For over two decades, Wound Care Advantage (WCA) has been empowering wound centers to improve patient care and program sustainability by offering access to innovative technology and providing support for informed decision-making. WCA’s mission is to save patients’ limbs and lives by promoting operational, clinical, and financial success in wound care programs. For additional information, visit www.thewca.com.