Posts Tagged ‘Home Health Wound Care’

Wound Care Champions: A Nurse and a Five-Star Company

Friday, June 2nd, 2017

What does it take to build a five-star home health agency? Wound care education – and a credentialed staff – are a big part of it. 

Deer Meadows Home Health and Support Services


We know how wound care education helps transform the careers and lives of individuals. We also know that it can positively affect entire facilities, make a difference in communities, and drastically influence the lives of patients and professionals. That’s why we love to share success stories when we hear them.

Take, for example, Deer Meadows Home Health and Support Services, LLC (DMHHSS), a five-star, nonprofit (and stand-alone) home health company in Philadelphia. It is known for excellent care, an exceptional staff, and wound care education advocacy. But it didn’t happen overnight. It did happen, however, with very specific goals in mind: to heal patients and treat them like family; forge relationships; and promote wound care education.


Pressure Injury Case Shines Spotlight on Wound Care Education

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Trained wound care clinicians truly make a difference in the lives of their patients. This caregiver knows first-hand, and wanted to share her story. 

Pressure Injury Case Shines Spotlight on Wound Care Education

January 10, 2017


Recently, a 45-year-old caregiver by the name of Annie* contacted WCEI for help. She was desperate and in search of answers. Her personal account serves as a sobering reminder of why we do what we do. Here is her story.


Donna Sardina talks about updates to WCEI Manual

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Donna Sardina RN of the Wound Care Education Institute is briefly interviewed by Nancy Morgan RN. Donna gives us a sneak peak at the next update to the WCEI Manual which will include product updates, newly added Pediatric Wound Care Information as well as Home Health concentration. Information about Wound Care Certification course by WCEI can be found at