Wound Care

Wound Care

Shasta Regional Medical Center’s Wound Care Center is an out-patient program designed to provide specialized services for your patient in conjunction with your primary care.

The center is physician run and specializes in treatment of wounds that require advanced care. Our holistic program of treatment and prevention heals chronic wounds, saves limbs and improves the overall health and well-being of our patients.

Our Wound Care team uses a multi-disciplinary approach to optimize treatment programs to heal even the most difficult wounds such as:

  • Diabetic wounds
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Chronic wounds resulting from:
    • Poor circulation
    • Radiation tissue damage
    • Bone infection
    • Arterial

Our staff of expert wound care professionals are available at all times during your treatment to ensure safe and effective care.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 530-229-2954.


The Shasta Regional Medical Center Wound Center strives to work closely with your doctor, giving routine updates on your status. Patient progress is documented frequently and serial digital photographs are taken to track the healing process. To arrange for an evaluation, please call us at 530-229-2954. If treatment is indicated, we will assist with the securing of insurance approval.

In addition, we coordinate referrals to specialists in vascular, plastic and general surgery, orthopedics, dermatology and endocrinology and will arrange for evaluation by specialists in physical therapy, diabetic education, nutrition and social work to ensure a complete approach to healing.


Our Diabetes Care Management program is certified by the American Diabetes Association and can help you to manage your diabetes. Controlling your diabetes is always important, but when you have a developed wound it’s critical to ensure optimal wound healing.

Our Diabetes Care Program offers classes and personal consultation designed to meet your needs. Classes are taught by Certified Diabetes Educators — nurses and dietitians — who use a combination of teaching, counseling and lifestyle changes to help you learn to manage diabetes and enhance your quality of life. Most insurance plans will cover all or part of these programs. Call our Diabetes Care Management department at 530-244-5455 for more information.