July 26, 2023

Mountain Vista Medical Center Wound Center Recognized for Clinical Excellence

Mountain Vista Medical Center’s Wound Care Center has been named a Center of Distinction by Healogics, Inc., the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services, in recognition of outstanding clinical performance and high patient satisfaction rates. Mountain Vista was one of six hospitals in Arizona to receive this distinction and one of 305 nationwide.

“The compassionate, high-quality care that our Wound Care Center team provides to their patients is life changing. This award represents their commitment to providing top-tier care that is consistent, and we congratulate the entire team for their ongoing competence in serving our patients,” said Damon Brown, Steward Health Care Arizona Market President.

To be named a Center of Distinction, a wound care center must be conducting the Medical Surveillance Review process and must excel in the following key performance Indicators including patient satisfaction scores higher than 92 percent and a minimum wound-healing rate of at least 91 percent within thirty median days.

Every year between three and five million Americans suffer from chronic wounds caused by diabetes, poor circulation and other conditions. Mountain Vista’s state-of-the-art outpatient clinical wound care center provides the most comprehensive and advanced treatment options for the management of problem wounds, offering a full range of treatments from wound dressings to bio-engineered skin to hyperbaric oxygen therapy and much more.

“This award is a great honor and is attributed to the outstanding clinical care that patients receive. Our team members are extremely compassionate and knowledgeable on wound care and our focus is always to find the cause, heal the wound, and help educate the patient on preventing future wounds,” said Lynne Solinsky, RN, BSN, Healogics Clinical Program Director at Mountain Vista. “We are devoted to healing problem wounds for our patients and helping them reclaim the quality of their lives.”