Complex wounds often exist concurrently with other conditions including cardiac, pulmonary, neuromuscular and renal diseases. The Specialty Hospital at Rittenhouse has a wound care program that features comprehensive medical and nursing services to care for patients with infections requiring IV antibiotics. Our services provide the highest quality care, led by specialized medical staff and specially trained wound care professionals.
“I REALLY DON’T KNOW WHERE I’D BE WITHOUT MY THERAPISTS in my corner. They really helped me get back to normal again.”
– Ryan Alburger, Former Patient
What to Expect
Our wound care team consists of nurses, nurse practitioners, and as needed, a vascular/general surgeon. A comprehensive wound care treatment plan includes regular exams, follow-up and communication with outside providers (surgical teams, wound care specialists, etc.), to ensure continuity of care.
Wound management provides:
- Comprehensive clinical wound assessment and treatment plan
- Physical and occupational therapy services
- Patient-specific specialized seating and support surfaces
- IV therapy (TPN and antibiotics)
- Nutritional assessments and counseling
- Negative Pressure Wound Therapy that provides vacuum dressing to promote wound healing
Who Can Benefit From Wound Management
Patients who may require specialized care for a variety of complex wound conditions such as:
- Diabetic, arterial, and venous ulcers
- Pre- and post-flap surgery
- Pressure ulcers
- Surgical wounds/wound dehiscence
Request a Tour
For more information about our inpatient rehabilitation or long-term acute care programs, or to request a tour of our facilities, please call 215-893-6570 or fill out the form below.
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