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The Melissa Memorial Hospital Specialty Clinic provides excellent collaborative care
with 15+ different specialties offered monthly for quality care, close to home. 

Our wound clinic specializes in treating complicated wounds that require a specialized assessment and plan of care.  Our wound care team will examine and measure your wound, evaluate blood flow to the area, factor in comorbidities and create a customized treatment plan to begin the healing process in your wound.  Scheduling is available Monday through Friday if needed but many patients require treatments only 2 or 3 times weekly.  If you have any questions regarding wounds or wound care please feel free to contact us at 854-2241, ext 2878. [/tm]|

Wound Care Clinic

Wound Care Clinic

Cindy Lock, RN

Cindy is a registered nurse with 35 years of experience.

Our wound clinic specializes in treating complicated wounds that require a specialized assessment and plan of care.  Our wound care team will examine and measure your wound, evaluate blood flow to the area, factor in comorbidities and create a customized treatment plan to begin the healing process in your wound.  Scheduling is available Monday through Friday if needed but many patients require treatments only 2 or 3 times weekly.  If you have any questions regarding wounds or wound care please feel free to contact us at 854-2241, ext 2878.

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Julie Levy, RD

Julie Levy, RD

Dietician

Julie Levy, M.Ed., RD, LMNT, BC-ADM has been a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist since 2013. She obtained her bachelors of Science degree in Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado and has her Masters of Education in Exercise Physiology from Wichita State University. Julie is also a Board Certified – Advanced Diabetes Management educator through the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
Melissa Memorial Hospital has individual instruction for Diabetes Self-Management Education to guide patients through seven self-care behaviors from our Registered Dietitian/Diabetes Educator who has been living with diabetes since childhood and from American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) as eating healthier with consistent carbohydrate consumption, being physically active, monitoring blood glucose measurements, taking medication (oral or insulin/injections) as prescribed, solving problems in unusual situations, reducing the risk of complications, and coping with stress and emotional issues. Insurance coverage benefits are available to clients who are being seen by a healthcare provider for the treatment of a specific medical condition.