Bon Secours Wound Care Services

Patient and doctor wound care

In the United States, chronic wounds affect 6.5 million patients. At the Bon Secours Wound Care Centers we treat these wounds and work to prevent reoccurence by correcting contributing factors such as controlling infection and enhancing medical and nutritional status.

Slow to heal or non-healing wounds such as, diabetic foot ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, pressure necrosis, and decubitus ulcers, affect several million Americans every year. Sadly, this leads to patients with immeasurable pain, extreme discomfort, and increased morbidity. If not dealt with in a comprehensive manner, these non-healing wounds often progress to complicated infections involving the bone - often necessitating amputation. The traditional approach to care, one that is decentralized and difficult to manage, is often frustrating for both patients and health care professionals alike.