Category: WhatWeDidToday

Los Angeles, CA

WCA presented the 2022 Innovation Award to Flintridge Preparatory School student Matthew Wang for his science project, Effects of Thiamine on Aurelia Aurita Regeneration and Wound Healing. In addition to the award, Wang was invited to Keck Medicine of USC to present his findings to several doctors in The WCA Network.

Kennewick, WA

WCA is proud to open a new wound care center with our partner Trios Health.  Team L to R: Michael Curran, VP of Center Operations, Hawkeye Brimbuela, RCC, Kim Kahlil, Front Office, Jami Huntzinger CMA, Kristy Reichert, RN, and Claire Megna, CNA

Placentia, CA

Vaughn Schnakenberg, a guitarist from Fullerton, California, was presented with The WCA Wound Care Hero Award for his outstanding commitment to treatment he received at the Placentia-Linda Hospital Center for Wound Care. After several surgeries and advanced wound care treatments, including HBOT, the team was able to save his hand so he could get back on … Continued

Chesterfield, MO

With Halloween just around the corner, the amazing wound care team at St. Luke’s Hospital decided to celebrate a little early! Left to right: Linda Mumford, MD; Jane Kelly, Program Director; Jerry Larkin, LPN, Michelle Meyers, RN, Betsy Webb, RN, Karla Ransom, PCT, Mona Brendel, Operations Assistant.

Crestview, FL

WCA kicks off an exciting partnership with the team at North Okaloosa Medical Center. Looking forward to saving lives and limbs together!

Selma, AL

Congratulations to Whitney Williams, RN, director of the WCA wound care program at Vaughan Regional Medical Center, for being named 2021 Nurse of the Year by the Selma Times-Journal!!!

Pismo Beach, California

Nancy Burgess, WCA Implementation Project Manager, was on hand to help out at Indo Jax Surf School, a three-day surfing camp for children with juvenile diabetes. In partnership with Riding on Insulin, the program helps kids move from a feeling of skepticism and reluctance around the ocean to empowerment and confidence, giving them the sense … Continued

Glendale, California

The wound care team at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital recently celebrated Gase Resheng as he earned his Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Technician (HBOT) certification. Congratulations!

Columbus, GA

The wound care team at St. Francis – Emory Healthcare will soon implement a Skin Champion Program designed to educate and empower healthcare workers in an effort to decrease hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs). Malissa Norris, RN (L) and Chelsea Polis, RN will oversee the roll-out this summer.

Winchester, KY

Last week at Clark Regional Medical Center’s Health Fair, team members from the Center for Wound Care were on hand to help increase awareness of the hospital’s outpatient wound care program. L to R: Kelly Browning, RN; Layne Hazel, Program Director; Jordan Wright, front office manager; Crystal Todd, RN; and Amanda Collins, RN/HBO Tech.

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