The Hidden Costs of Amputations

April is Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month. A time when we pause to remember and honor the millions living with limb loss after an amputation. When advanced wound care strategies are not applied and a wound becomes unmanageable, physicians are oftentimes forced to turn to this extreme procedure. It is traumatic for the … Continued

Happy Doctors Day

Happy Doctors Day to all our Wound Care Advantage providers! Today we celebrate your unwavering dedication to patient care, and we are in awe of your exceptional skills and leadership. Over the past year, we have seen your resilience and creativity in adapting to the changing landscape of healthcare, and we are grateful for your … Continued

How We Do It: Operations Support by WCA

At Wound Care Advantage, we understand the challenges that come with operating a wound care center. It requires a delicate balance of managing resources, staying up to date with regulations, and providing exceptional patient care. That’s why we approach Wound Center Operations Support differently than other companies. We take a collaborative approach, working closely with … Continued

Wound Care Advantage Welcomes Mat-Su Regional Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Therapy Center to the WCA Network of Wound Centers

Wound Care Advantage (WCA) is proud to welcome Mat-Su Regional Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Therapy Center to our network of wound care programs. The partnership is a testament to our shared commitment to advancing patient care and program sustainability. Mat-Su Regional Medical Center is a leading healthcare facility that provides advanced surgical services, emergency … Continued

How We Do It: Clinical Support by WCA

Support is defined as a thing that bears the weight of something or keeps it upright. And here at Wound Care Advantage, we take that definition to heart. We are here to help wound centers stay upright in the trying times, and the easy times, helping them build a sustainable foundation that allows them to … Continued

Chronic Wounds & Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month which is a good time to discuss and educate all teams and patients about chronic wounds and heart disease. Heart Disease is the cause of nearly 700,000 Americans’ death each year, making it the leading cause of death. One of the most prevalent complications of Heart Disease is Peripheral Artery … Continued

La Canada, CA

Our team at USC-Keck Verdugo Hills Hospital recently provided wound care education in their local community of La Canada, CA. Doc Talk was presented by Vascular Surgeon, Dr. Miguel Manzur. Photos also feature Mylon Remley, and Elena Foley. #woundcare #healthcare #community #woundhealing #hospital #physicians #wwdt #whatwedidtoday #whatwcadidtoday

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