Peninsula Community Health
 

Tissue Viability Service (Wound Care)

Tissue Viability Service

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Who we are

Tissue Viability (commonly referred to as wound care) is a skilled county-wide service which provides an integrated service across all inter-professional teams.

If you have a wound that is not healing or that is of concern to the staff who look after your care, you may be referred to the Tissue Viability Service.

We provide education and support to ensure that services across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are able to deliver a high standard of care in all aspects of Tissue Viability management.

We proved a timely access to assessment, treatment and evaluation for a range of tissue viability issues.

How we work

The Tissue Viability Team sees patients in their own homes, community hospitals, GP surgeries and Care homes.  We provide a joint Tissue Viability/Vascular Clinic in Camborne Redruth Community Hospital and St Austell Community Hospital on a monthly basis. 

The Tissue viability Team see a range a patients of all ages with numerous types of wounds ranging from pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, post-surgical wounds and dermatological conditions.

Team members include:

  • Nicci Kimpton  Tissue viability Lead Practitioner
  • Donna O’Shea  Tissue Viability  Clinical Nurse specialist
  • Latitia Butler  Tissue viability Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Emma Dawson  Tissue Viability Assistant Practitioner
  • Joanne Keevil  Tissue Viability Assistant Practitioner
  • Jane Munro  Tissue Viability Team Secretary.