Tuesday, February 25
St. Mary’s Wound and Hyperbaric Center and the Center for Wound Healing at Cabell Huntington Hospital have received quality and patient satisfaction awards in wound care. RestorixHealth, a leading wound care management company, awarded these as part of their clinical distinction program.
St. Mary’s is the recipient of RestorixHealth’s Center of Excellence award. Recipients of this award meet or exceed national wound care quality benchmarks over a six-month period. Cabell Huntington received the Clinical Distinction Award and the Patient Satisfaction Award, which recognize those wound centers that meet or exceed national quality and patient satisfaction benchmarks over a six-month period.
“These achievements reaffirm the quality of wound care that Mountain Health Network hospitals provide their patients every day,” said Hoyt Burdick, MD, chief clinical officer, Mountain Health Network. “We are proud to be a recipient of these awards that recognize the hard work and dedication of our staff.”
The Center of Excellence Award, Restorix’s highest achievement, distinguishes centers that have demonstrated exceptional success by meeting or exceeding clinical, operational and financial benchmarks in different categories, including healing outcomes, assessment and care processes, debridement, vascular assessment and patient safety, along with a patient satisfaction rate of 96% or higher.
Restorix launched its Clinical Distinction recognition program to recognize centers that have demonstrated success by meeting or exceeding patient safety goals along with a 90% healing rate. The Patient Satisfaction recognition program recognizes centers that meet or achieve a patient satisfaction score of 96% or higher.
St. Mary’s Wound and Hyperbaric Center and the Center for Wound Healing at Cabell Huntington Hospital are dedicated to optimizing outcomes and preventing lower limb loss in patients with non-healing wounds. Their approach to wound care is aggressive and comprehensive, coordinating traditional and advanced therapies and techniques that are proven to reduce healing time and improve healing rates. Both centers are staffed with a multidisciplinary team of physicians, along with nurses and technicians who have advanced training in wound care and hyperbaric medicine. Integrating a team of wound care professionals optimizes patient care, while offering the most advanced healing options.
For more information about St. Mary’s Wound and Hyperbaric Center, visit www.st-marys.org. For more information about the Center for Wound Healing at Cabell Huntington Hospital, visit www.cabellhuntington.org.
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