A wide range of innovative treatments are available at all seven Plaza Health Network rehabilitation and skilled nursing centers for chronic or non-healing wounds resulting from surgery, diabetic neuropathy, diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, and other conditions.
Non-healing wounds can pose severe health risks and may result in life-threatening infections, possible amputation chronic health problems. Our highly skilled interdisciplinary care team, including physicians, certified wound care nurses, physical therapists and other specialists provide treatment and care to help patients recover and reduce incidence of recurrence and hospital re-admission.
South Pointe Plaza earns South Florida’s First Center of Excellence for Wound Care Designation
South Pointe Plaza was the first skilled nursing center in South Florida to earn Center of Excellence for Wound Care certification from VOHRA Wound Physicians, the nation’s largest multi-specialty post-acute physician group. South Pointe is one of only 25 skilled nursing centers in the entire country to earn this designation.
The VOHRA Center of Excellence for Wound Management Program identifies and honors facilities that have established superior wound management programs. These facilities must meet multiple requirements such as having a less-than-one-percent wound-related re-hospitalization rate as well as having a verified outcomes-focused wound care program led by a physician specialist and staffed by certified wound care nurses seven days a week.
The VOHRA program emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach. At South Pointe, the VOHRA wound physician works with the primary care physicians, physical therapists, certified wound care nurses and other specialists to ensure that residents are receiving excellent wound care.