(SAVANNAH/POOLER, GA) Paula Kreissler, President of Wound Care Clinic – ESU, Inc., is proud to announce the grand opening of the newest Wound Care location in Pooler. The event is slated for September 6, 2007, at 11:30 a.m.
“We are so excited about this new office,” says Kreissler. “Our Savannah location just got too busy, so this new office will be good not just for us, but our patients too… especially those that live in the Pooler area.”
Perhaps the most advantageous are those patients who will no longer have to make the 20-30 minute drive into Savannah. It might sound simple to the ordinary driver, but for those with a non-healing wound, this new location will make treatment much more convenient for the nearly two dozen patients who live in and around the Pooler area. This new location also has other conveniences. Each of the five treatment rooms is very spacious, with a bed and chair in each room. This not only contributes to physical comfort but also emotional and mental comfort as well.
“We’ve been told a number of times by our patients that our office doesn’t actually feel like an office,” says Wound Care’s president, Paula Kreissler.
“When you have a condition of any kind, you what to be comfortable where you’re being treated. Our Savannah office has a feeling of “home,” and we’re striving to do the same thing in our Pooler location.”
Wound Care patients, employees, and business associates will attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony. To help with the ribbon cutting will be Pooler Mayor Mike Lamb. Also expected to attend is Senator Regina Thomas.