Landmark Hospital of Southwest Florida, located in Naples, Florida, has announced a service
agreement with WoundCentrics, Inc. of New Braunfels, Texas to offer specialty wound care
services to patients with acute and chronic wounds.
WoundCentrics, in collaboration with Landmark Hospital employs local Nurse Practitioners and
Physician Assistants with advanced wound care training that are providing specialized wound
care services in the hospital. The WoundCentrics wound specialist are working in coordination
with the Landmark Physicians and the facility wound care nursing team to deliver state of the
art wound care.
Jim Whitacre, CEO of Landmark Hospital of Southwest Florida stated, “We are very excited to
collaborate with WoundCentrics in the care of the Southwest Florida communities.
WoundCentrics will bring its expertise to heal difficult wounds that is programmatic and has a
history of strong results to our patients and community.”
“We are pleased to grow our relationship with a quality organization like Landmark Hospital
Corporation. The Landmark Hospital of Southwest Florida is our 3 rd Landmark facility to roll out
our unique, specialized wound care program that will complement the Landmark quality care
mission and benefit patients in the local market,” explained Stuart Oertli, COO of
Landmark Hospital of Southwest Florida is located at 1285 Creekside Blvd. E. in North Naples,
the 86,676-square- foot, three-story hospital specializes in providing care to medically complex
patients who benefit from an extended recovery time. Typical diagnoses include stroke,
respiratory failure, post-surgical complications, and complex wound care. The average length of
stay is 25-30 days, and the majority of Landmark's admissions come from short-term hospitals;
typically, from the intensive care and step-down units. Landmark operates 7 facilities in the US.
WoundCentrics is a clinically focused health care company based in New Braunfels, Texas that
provides a specialized clinical wound care program that is systematic and evidence based. Each
facility requires specialty trained, wound care clinicians and system-based quality assurance to
make certain that published guidelines and cost-effective wound care regimens are utilized on a
day-to- day basis; and documentation and business operations support the clinical delivery.