Our core values drive everything we do – from our first meeting with the patient to the ongoing care and treatment of their healthcare needs. We value the health and well-being of each person and are privileged to take care of so many individuals. You will find our core values vary from typical “corporate” structures. That’s because we are independently owned.
We also share our core values with potential employees and new hires. It’s part of our hiring and screening process – because a happy staff means happy patients.
Employees of The Wound Care Clinic proudly serve in the communities and neighborhoods they live in. Whether walking for various causes, serving on civic boards, or helping the fight against diabetes, their hard team work can be seen through the many awards the company has received.
John Leonard, RN was awarded the Coastal Georgia Older Worker of the Year Award on September 10, 2010 by the Georgia Department of Human Resources Georgia’s OWN (Older Worker Network). Sonny Dixon of WTOC TV was the Master of Ceremonies and presented the award to Wound Care employee John Leonard.
Recognized as the Outstanding Older Worker Employer of the Year for the Coastal Georgia Region by the Georgia’s Older Worker Network
Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce “Small Business of the Year”
Largest Fundraiser of Diabetes Walk
For the sixth year in a row, The Wound Care Clinic was the top corporate fundraiser in The Savannah Walk to Stop Diabetes. The Wound Care Clinic led the way on the walking adventure at Oatland Island on October 6, 2012.
Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson stopped by to say hello to the winning team.
The Wound Care Clinic participated in the 2010 Sunsplash fitness festival for the Savannah Chapter of the American Diabetes Association. Participants biked, walked, and kayaked to help raise money for diabetes research, and the Wound Care team raised over $3,600.
The festival was held on the grounds of the UGA Marine Extension Aquarium on Skidaway Island with live music, food and activities for children.
The Wound Care Clinic team made history again, as their team raised over $7,500 for the 2009 Savannah Walk for Diabetes.
2008 was a record setting year for the Wound Care Clinic, as their team raised over $11,000 for the Savannah Diabetes Walk.