Chronic wound care important at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center | Around The Town


Chronic wound care has become increasingly important for any hospital as the #Coronavirus pandemic lingers. Fewer wounds result in fewer patients, which is crucial at a time when social distancing is the best defense against COVID-19. The staff at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center (NRMC) is proud to report that as of Monday, April 20, a new milestone has been reached — 253 consecutive days without a hospital-acquired pressure injury.
We want to recognize the entire NRMC organization for this accomplishment, including the dedicated and compassionate nursing staff, therapists, physicians, and all of our hospital departments for their ongoing commitment.
[Properly #SocialDistanced Pictured Above: Back Left to Right]
Frank Aviles, PT – Wound Care Service Line Director
Brandon Hill, RN – Inpatient Wound Care
Ronnie Ursin, DNP, MBA, RN, – Chief Nursing Officer
Jami Bryant, RN – Infection Prevention
Sarah LaCour, MSN, RN – VP of Quality, Safety & Reliability
Amanda Roberts, RD – Patient Services Manager

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