GWCH Wound Care Clinic, Eureka, KSComprehensive, Compassionate Wound Care
Did you know there are nearly 7 million people in the U.S. who are living with a chronic wound? Diabetes, increased age, obesity and other factors all play a role in the growing number of chronic wound cases. Because of our provider’s knowledge in advanced wound care, our patients heal faster than those who receive only generalized wound care.
Do you or a loved one have an acute wound that is bothering you? Schedule an appointment right away, so that we can heal it before it becomes a substantial, chronic problem!
The purpose of wound care is to help our patients heal faster so they can get back to their life. A chronic wound can detract from quality of life and prevent people from doing things they enjoy. Our Wound Care Clinic provides standard and advanced wound care therapies that can stimulate healing, often when all other traditional therapies have been exhausted.
It’s important to seek proper care for any wound. The following tips may help:
- Perform regular foot checks – an important self-care step!
- Recognize and respond to any pain and discomfort from existing wounds.
- Seek professional treatment when needed to ensure proper healing.
Our Wound Care Clinic offers top-notch wound care, including specialized treatment plans that can put patients on the path to faster healing. We can even work with Home Health to make the process easy and efficient!
Wound Care Team
Kayla McCoy, APRN-C FNP WCP-C CSWD-C
Kayla McCoy was raised here in Eureka Kansas and comes from a long line of family here in our community. She prides herself being a local resident and bringing new services and opportunities to Greenwood County.
Kayla got her bachelors in nursing from Wichita State University. She started her nursing career working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Wesley Medical Center. She has vast experience in her nursing career including NICU, ICU, CCU, labor and delivery, pediatrics, medical surgical and Wound Care. She furthered her career obtaining her Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Walden University. She is an accredited APRN from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
She obtained her Wound Care Specialist and Debridement specialist training in Dallas Texas and brings us a new service to Greenwood County. She is also responsible for bringing advanced wound care opportunities to our hospital. She is passionate about wound care and improving patients’ quality of life.
Kayla is married to local Tate McCoy, and they have 3 children, Lakyn McCoy, Elena McCoy, and Rowen McCoy. In her free time, she loves to bow hunt, travel, and spend time with her spouse and children.
Christine Mouer, RN, BSNLearn More
Christine Mouer, RN, BSNOutpatient dressing changes
Christine has been a registered nurse since 2003. She takes pride in spearheading the establishment of the outpatient wound care and infusion clinic. Christine collaborate with Kayla McCoy, APRN, our dedicated wound care specialist, and our patients in obtaining their wound care goals.
Our clinic now serves as a valuable patient resource, offering high-quality wound care services.
Contact, Hours and Location Information
Please note: The GWCH Wound Care Clinic is located inside the Greenwood County Hospital. Check-in for wound care is in the Outreach Clinic. No need for a Primary Care Provider referral– please call for more information and to make an appointment.
Greenwood County Hospital
- Address: 100 W. 16th St., Eureka, KS 67045
- Business Hours: 8 am to 5 pm
- Phone: (620) 583-7451
- Fax: (620) 583-6884
Need to Contact the Wound Care Clinic?
To schedule an appointment or for questions, you may contact the Wound Care Clinic in the Greenwood County Hospital at (620) 583-7451.