The Wound Care Clinic at Cedar City Medical Center uses the latest medical practices and technology to provide excellent wound care and treatment. We specialize in providing the best possible treatment and environment for wounds to heal. We use the latest medical practices and technology to help your wound heal so you can return to your healthiest life possible. Our caring staff works with you to listen and provide support throughout your treatment.
What We Treat
- Diabetic Skin Wounds
- Pressure Sores
- Vascular Wounds (from diseased arteries or veins)
- Spinal Injury Wounds
- Chemical Wounds
- Difficult to heal or complicated wounds
- Wounds from surgical complications
Noninvasive vascular studies
Lifestyle risk assessment
Wound biopsy and cultures
Nutritional and metabolic analysis
Autolytic, chemical, or surgical debridement
Specialty wound dressing
Growth factor therapy
Separately, we offer anticoagulation management for patients receiving Coumadin (Warfarin) through our Anticoagulation clinic located within Cedar City Wound Care clinic. As a patient, we will manage your anticoagulation therapy, perform point of care testing to determine your INR level, and provide education regarding anticoagulation therapy and medication management by our on-site healthcare professional.
What to Expect
Treatment at Cedar City Wound Care and Anticoagulation requires a referral from your primary care physician, surgeon, or cardiologist.
Preparing for the First Visit
For the first visit, patients should arrive 15 minutes early to complete paperwork. Please bring a list of your current medications, photo ID, and insurance information.
Preparing for an Appointment
- Upon arrival at the clinic, please check in with our receptionist.
- You will be taken back to your exam room at the earliest time possible.
- We will record your vital signs, review your medical history, and evaluate and treat your condition.
- Wound care appointments are between 45 minutes and an hour, and depend on patient needs and the nature of the wound.
- Anticoagulation appointments are approximately 15-30 minutes, depending on education and medical management needs.