Every year, millions of Americans with diabetes or circulatory problems develop non-healing wounds that limit their activity or even threaten the loss of their legs and feet. Perry offers care to help keep people up and active. Perry's Wound Care Clinic, coordinated by Nina Henkins, RN, will provide care for those with non-healing wounds.
The Perry Memorial Wound Care Clinic uses the latest advances in wound care therapy to assess, diagnose, and treat a variety of wounds. Together with Nina Henkins (RN, BSN, CWON, and Wound Care Coordinator), Dr. Mark Williams and Dr. Amanda McGuire approach the healing process using a wide variety of advanced procedures--including dressings, compression therapy, skin substitutes, and nutritional assessment-- ultimately assisting and accelerating the healing process. Our dedicated, caring, and knowledgeable staff will assess your needs, and offer personalized solutions for your consideration.
Advanced Methods of Wound Treatment:
Comprehensive Wound Management
Yes. If you have wounds that are non-healing and may require specialty care, you should contact your family provider or visit the Perry Memorial Prompt Care to determine if a referral to the Wound Care Clinic is appropriate.
Yes! Hours are:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Treatment is available seven days a week and Nina has flexible availability for treatment development Monday through Friday. Dr. Williams will be available for patient assessments on Wednesdays, and Dr. McGuire will be available on Fridays.
The clinic is located on the third floor of Perry Memorial Hospital, exit right off the elevator in Ambulatory Care. Diagnostic and therapeutic services provided by the Perry laboratory, radiology and medical rehabilitation departments are convenient and close to the clinic. Perry Memorial Hospital provides patients around-the-clock coverage to ensure continuity of orthopedic services and care.
Perry Memorial Hospital
530 Park Ave. East
Princeton, IL 61356
To schedule an appointment call 815-876-3468.