The Cumberland Healthcare Wound Healing Center is dedicated to providing outpatient wound healing services. The new Stanley & Isabel Skinner Wadell Healing Center features open infusion bays with heated massage chairs, a private room, three clinic rooms, and a specialized wound therapy room. The Healing Center features the Healing Garden for patients to visit while receiving their treatment. It provides relaxing décor, with all the comfort and convenience for patients and families.
We see patients of all ages with various wounds; nothing is too big or too small. Our highly trained and dedicated team of specialized doctors, nurses, and therapists will assist with your healing needs.
Our Healing Center Staff Includes:
- Eyad S. Al-Hattab, MD
- Brian N. Pauley, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
- Debb Hallingstad, APNP
- Sarah Farr, RN, WTA
- Jennifer Young, RN
- Caitlin Johnson, RN
- Clara Effertz, CNA
To view the Healing Center brochure, click here.
“I am very pleased with the level of care from the Healing Center at Cumberland Healthcare. The positive attitude of the wound healing medical staff helps make the experience as pleasant as possible. I have particularly enjoyed working with the nurse and Candy Nelson from the wound healing unit. They have helped me immensely, and I am making good progress. I would highly recommend anyone who needs assistance with wound healing to visit Cumberland Healthcare.” Jim, Cumberland, WI
About five million Americans suffer from chronic wounds. Often, these wounds won’t heal for various reasons, such as circulatory problems, diabetes, arthritis, kidney disease, age, diet, and smoking. Without proper, timely, and effective treatment, these wounds may become infected or, in some cases, even require amputation. The causes of open sores are complex and involve different challenges. Our team represents expertise in all of the major areas of wound healing. We are dedicated to effective wound healing. No one has to live with these wounds anymore. Our wound healing team provides relaxing exam rooms, comfortable procedure rooms, and specialized, caring staff members.
Staff develops an individualized plan of treatment according to patient needs. Providers include specialized physicians, surgeons, podiatrists, nurse practitioners, dieticians, therapists, and nurses.
Cumberland Healthcare will assist with wounds such as:
- Pressure ulcers/bed sores
- Diabetic ulcers
- Infected wounds
- Lower leg, vascular insufficiency ulcers
- Chronic non-healing wounds
- Skin and bone infections
- Surgical wounds
- I&D and management of abscessed areas
- Callous management
- Skin lacerations and skin tears
- Provide educational information
- Management, treatment, and follow-up on infected wounds
- Dressing changes
- Negative pressure wound therapy
- Total contact casting
- Medical Larvae
- Removal of sutures and staples
- Dremel use for callous build-up
Due to their complex nature, wounds require an individualized course of treatment to promote healing. Cumberland Healthcare believes in treating the whole person, including disciplines such as rehabilitation, nutrition, and diabetic teaching. Our highly trained and dedicated team of specialized doctors, nurses and therapists will assist with your healing needs. We offer a wide array of services to serve you best. Caring staff will assess your medical needs, look at your overall health picture for complete care, and help you heal faster.
Our wound healing services are offered in the Healing Center at Cumberland Healthcare. The Healing Center offers a quiet, peaceful, private environment where patients can receive quality care. It is designed so patients can experience care—in privacy and comfort.
To contact the Cumberland Healthcare Healing Center, call 715-822-7306.