The Wound Care Center at West Valley Medical Center offers the only five-day per week wound care program in the area. Our highly trained medical team practices techniques to reduce pain and scarring and double the rate of healing, such as moist wound healing principles.

For more information about our Wound Care Center, please call (208) 453-4260.

To contact the Infusion Center, call (208) 453-4245.

Wound Care Center
1906 Fairview Avenue, Suite 130
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: (208) 453-4260
Fax: (208) 453-4266

It is our goal to make wound care treatments convenient for patients and case updates accessible to healthcare providers. Located just across from the main hospital, the Wound Care Center offers free parking for our patients. Our wound care experts provide detailed reports with quick turnaround times, and we staff two medical directors who discuss patient cases with referring providers.

Advanced wound care therapy

Our Wound Care Center is staffed by a highly skilled team of certified wound care nurses, specially trained in addressing acute and infected wounds and all phases of healing. We are proud to use the latest research-proven products in our wound care therapies, such as moisture-retentive dressings, silver technology dressings and human growth factor topical gels.

Education and support for patients

Our on-site certified diabetes educator and nutritional specialist help educate and support wound care patients. Education is the key to preventing hard-to-heal wounds from developing and reoccurring. During one-on-one patient meetings, we address a wide variety of subjects, including diabetes control, smoking cessation, nutrition, infection, medication awareness and other subjects related to wound healing.

Types of wounds treated and therapies offered

Our wound specialists are experienced in treating all types of wounds and will utilize specific therapies that best promote healing for each wound type:

  • Leg/foot ulcers: Management of wounds complicated by diabetes and/or insufficiencies in the arterial, venous or lymphatic circulatory systems (including total contact casting and compression therapy)
  • Pressure ulcers (bedsores): Comprehensive treatment, including pressure redistribution strategies and surgical interventions, to expedite wound healing
  • Burn care: Management of minor burns with advanced dressings to speed healing and reduce long term scarring
  • Ostomy care: Management of complications related to stomas from our certified ostomy nurse
  • Bio-engineered tissues: Advanced technology that promotes wound closure when healing is delayed beyond reasonable expectation
  • Negative pressure wound therapy: Facilitation of wound closure by applying negative pressure, removing interstitial fluid and infectious materials and providing a closed, moist wound-healing environment
  • Surgical and traumatic wounds: The management of wounds caused by surgical complications or trauma, like gunshot wounds, motor vehicle accidents, road rash, puncture wounds or dog bites