Wound Care, Ostomy, & Continence Services
Offering state of the art treatment for wound care, ostomy and continence.
The St. Anthony Wound Care Clinic in the Chronic Care Center offers state of the art treatment for wound care, ostomy and continence. Our certified wound, ostomy, and continence nurses provide treatment to patients in a comfortable, clinic-like setting. The clinic staff welcomes new patients and works closely with primary care physicians, surgeons, diabetic educator, dietitian, home health agencies and nursing homes to create a team approach to care.
Healing Wounds is our Specialty
The St. Anthony Wound Care Clinic is a specialized outpatient wound care treatment center dedicated to the care of patients with a variety of wounds.
Wounds that are hard to heal or non-healing may be a result of pressure, trauma, or infections. Sometimes, the simplest of wounds can turn into a significant problem due to underlying conditions such as diabetes, circulation issues, or previous radiation treatment.
If you are experiencing any of the following...
- Venous ulcers
- Arterial ulcers
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Pressure injuries/ulcers
- Non-healing surgical or traumatic wounds
- Wounds caused by cancer, radiation treatment, burns, and infections.
- Any wound that has not healed in one month
...you could benefit from advanced wound care.
Advanced Treatment Options
- Debridement (tissue removal)
- Lymphedema Therapy including wraps to decrease leg swelling)
- Bioengineered tissue/skin substitutes
- Would VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure) which involves a special dressing with application of pressure
- Epidermal Skin Graft
- Ultrasonic Mist Therapy
- Total Contact Casting and other offloading treatments
- Advanced wound dressing
- Pre surgery ostomy site marking
- Post surgical care and education
- Appliance fittings and adjustments
- Ostomy and peristomal skin assessments and treatments
- One-on-one education for patients and families
- Management of fecal and urinary diversions
- Nutritional Counseling related to bowel and bladder issues
- Fistula Management
Our offices are located at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, 311 S. Clark Street in Carroll, IA
Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8am – 2pm.
Email the Chronic Care Center
Please call (712) 794-5901 to set up an appointment.