August 20, 2018-- New Braunfels, TX -- WoundCentrics welcomes Darlene Carey to its leadership team as the new Vice President of Operations.  Carey brings more than 30 years of experience in center level and corporate operations, as well as, an extensive background in process design and reengineering, business modeling, and financial management.  Carey succeeds Connor Parker who will be relocating to Georgia with his extended family.

“Darlene is an excellent addition to the WoundCentric’s  leadership team,” Stuart Oertli, COO said. “Darlene’s extensive experience in every area of wound  care and hyperbaric operations aligns perfectly with WoundCentric’s overall mission. Her expertise in both operations and quality will allow us to successfully continue the rapid growth we have been experiencing without sacrificing the outcomes our hospital and post-acute care partners expect.”

Most recently, Carey served as a senior member of the leadership team at Precision Health Care. The central focus of her role was strategic planning which shaped and directed cross-functionality of the team that lead to enhanced clinical outcomes.   Maintaining collaborative and consultative client relationships, integrating programs within the hospital organization and creating effective working relationships is what Carey is known for within our industry.

Carey holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Delta State University as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Carey has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Marketing, teaching undergraduates and executive BBA students at Delta State University. Carey is often invited to participate as a speaker for a variety of topics in related to quality and reimbursement in the wound care and hyperbaric industry including most recently at the 2017 Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC).