Comprehensive Wound Care at Gothenburg Health

Wound Clinic staff

Comprehensive Wound Care at Gothenburg Health

In the world of healthcare, where wounds demand more than just surface-level attention, Gothenburg Health is stepping forward with unparalleled passion for quality care. Amanda Standage, APRN, at Gothenburg Health, stresses the importance of healing from within, considering factors like blood sugar, pain, anemia, and more. The establishment of a Wound Care Clinic, featuring certified experts Amanda Standage, Trisha Stout, RN, BSN, WCC, and Kim Farr, RN, BSN, WCC provides an approach to wound care that bridges the gap by offering healthcare education and specialized services close to home.

Amanda Standage's journey into wound care began during nursing school, where her clinical experience sparked a passion for the field. Armed recertification classes in Nashville last year, Standage brings the latest knowledge to the clinic. Trisha Stout, with her unique perspective finding wounds interesting recently obtained her Wound Care Certification and will now split her time between surgery and wound care. The dual role she now embraces exemplifies the clinic's dedication to meeting diverse healthcare needs.

Adding to the team is Farr, a Gothenburg native, who brings a wealth of experience and certifications to the Wound Care Clinic. Farr's journey started in home health, where she became Wound Care certified in 2017 and later secured a second certification in Conservative Sharp Debridement. Her decision to join the Gothenburg Health Wound Care team is rooted in a commitment to providing diverse wound care services close to home.

The Wound Care Clinic, operating through the Specialty Clinic, offers afternoon appointments on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Amanda Standage, with her expertise, began seeing patients in May 2023, conducting comprehensive intakes to understand the underlying factors hindering wound healing. Stout and Farr collaborate with Standage and see patients individually during these clinic times, ensuring patients receive the highest standard of care.

The collaboration between Standage, Stout, and Farr signifies a commitment to comprehensive healthcare. Cassie Hilbers, Chief Ancillary Officer at Gothenburg Health, commends their contribution and expresses excitement about expanding services. She emphasizes the positive impact on the community, particularly for older patients who often face challenges in traveling long distances for care.

As Gothenburg Health evolves its services, the introduction of the Wound Care Clinic reflects a broader commitment to quality healthcare. The clinic stands as a beacon of specialized expertise, ensuring that the community receives top-notch care in the journey towards healing. Patients can rely on the Wound Care team for personalized and comprehensive services, addressing a spectrum of wound-related needs.

For more information, call the Wound Care Clinic at 308-537-9626 or ask your provider for a referral. 

Recent News

Gothenburg Health in partnership with the Nebraska Cancer Coalition is educating people about the dangers of skin cancer...
Provided by Senior Life Solutions at Gothenburg Health Caregivers do a lot for others. Because there is so much on their...
In the critical moments following cardiac arrest, an automated external defibrillator (AED) can mean the difference...
The Rural Health Information Hub recently did an article on Loneliness and Social Isolation in Rural America. Dr...
Anna Dalrymple, MD, FAAFP is making a significant impact on family practice medicine and rural health in Nebraska...