Wound Clinic

RestorixHealth Advanced Wound Clinic
Call us at 785-328-4111.

Wound Clinic Hours:  Tuesdays - 8am to 4pm
At the Outpatient Clinic inside Holton Community Hospital 

Our Advanced Wound Clinic is a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and technicians with advanced training in wound care, who customize the most effective treatment plan to stimulate healing.  The team is dedicated to providing the most advanced healing options to patients, allowing them to recover as quickly and completely as possible.

As wound healing specialists, our clinicians have a proven track record of healing wounds – even those that have not responded to other treatments.

Ashley Reinecke, APRN
Ashley joined the staff at Holton Family Medicine in September 2014 after earning her Master of Science Degree from Washburn University. She is the primary care provider at our Wetmore Family Medicine.

Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Washburn University. She is certified in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support.

In her spare time she enjoys photography, painting, scrapbooking, sewing and spending time with family and friends. Her pride and joy are her children. She says not a day goes by without laughter!

Wound Clinic at HCH 2024
Ashley Renecke, APRN for Wetmore Clinic and Advanced Wound Clinic

Ashley Reinecke, APRN

Wound Clinic Treatment Plans

A wound that is not healing properly may be complicated by underlying conditions such as diabetes, circulation problems, or previous radiation treatment. Sometimes, the simplest of wounds can turn into a significant problem because the body’s normal healing process is compromised. Other types of hard-to-heal wounds result from pressure, trauma or infection. Non-healing wounds can have serious health consequences and may adversely affect your quality of life.  

Our approach to wound care is aggressive and comprehensive, coordinating traditional and advanced therapies and techniques that are proven to reduce healing time and improve healing rates. Since non-healing wounds rarely result from a single cause, we begin with a thorough evaluation and diagnostic testing to determine the underlying cause of the wound. A treatment plan is then developed to give patients the best chance for healing. Most treatments are covered by Medicare/Medicaid, HMOs and other private insurance. Depending on the type of wound, the treatment plan may include:

• Infection control
• Restoration of blood flow
• Debridement (removal of dead tissue)
• Offloading
• Cellular and/or tissue-based products (skin substitutes)
• Compression therapy
• Foot reconstruction
• Skin graft or flap 

What Can Patients Expect?

The Wound Clinic course of treatment depends on what type of wound you have. During your first visit, our staff will evaluate your wound and review your medical history. You may also need special tests that give us information about circulation and infection. This will help to determine what course of treatment you will need.

Once a treatment plan has been prescribed, you will visit the wound healing center weekly for specialized treatments and documentation of your healing progress. Keeping appointments and following directions are critical to attaining a positive healing outcome.

How You Can Assist With Your Healing:
Care for your wound at home as directed by the wound care team
Take medications as directed
Return for your follow-up appointments
Keep regular appointments with your primary care physician while you are receiving wound care treatment

Following your treatment regimen is the single most important factor in your healing. 

Patient Champion -Raymond Boyce

Raymond Boyce had always had trouble with his feet, but nearly 2 months ago, he knew something was wrong. The pain was in so much that he could not even get his shoe on his foot. After visiting his doctor, he was referred to the Holton Community Hospital Advanced Wound Healing Clinic.

Once at the Wound Healing Clinic, Raymond was diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), a disease that restricted blood flow to his lower legs and feet. He then underwent revascularization, a procedure to restore the blood flow, and after admitted, “For the first time, I didn’t have pain.” This is when he found hope and knew things would get better.

After the procedure, Raymond continued to attend weekly wound care appointments with the wound clinic’s staff, who also coordinated his wound care supplies and sent them to his house.

“I can’t say enough good things about the ladies at the clinic,” Raymond explains thankfully. “Everyone was very helpful. If I need them, I know they are always there.”

Now that Raymond is healed, he is getting back to the same things he has always done—but now without any pain. “If you have a wound, go to the Holton Community Hospital Advanced Wound Healing Clinic,” he adds.

“Everyone was very helpful. If I need them, I know they are always there.”