Problem wounds can be frustrating and painful. At McKee Medical Center Wound Care Services, we are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of care.
Our physicians, podiatrists, nurses and therapists provide the most up-to-date wound care possible. We can help with pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, insect and animal bites and ostomy care.
In addition to new pharmaceutical products that assist in the process of wound care, there are many non-medical therapies that can help our patients.
Wound Care Clinic
What to expect from our wound care program
After a thorough evaluation, our team will design a treatment plan and coordinate follow-up care in the clinic or with home-care services.
Wound and Ostomy Services
Wounds that don't heal are often the result of underlying problems such as:
- Circulatory problems
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- High risk for wound development
- Spinal cord injury
McKee Medical Center's Wound Care Team includes:
- Certified wound ostomy and continence nurses
- Wound care technician
We also collaborate with CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado surgeon Maurice Lyons, Jr., D.O., and cardiologists James Beckmann, MD, and James Quillen, MD, who perform procedures on arteries and blood vessels to restore blood flow to wound areas.
We will collaborate with our Banner Health sister facility, North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley for hyperbaric medicine services if needed for your care.