Receive specialist, evidence-based wound care in the comfort of your home, at your facility, via telehealth or at our clinic

Clinical Services

Credentialing

Receive specialist, evidence-based wound care in the comfort of your home, at your facility, via telehealth or at our clinic

Clinical Services

Credentialing

Booking an appointment is as easy as...

  • Refer to us - step 1
    Complete and sign the referral form (choose your appointment type from telehealth, in-home or at your facility).
  • Refer to us - step 2
    Our administration team will make a priority call to arrange an appointment or consultation time.
  • Refer to us - step 2
    After the consultation, Wound Innovations will provide you or your GP with a management plan and dressing recommendations. You will have continued access to the team for advice or can book further appointments as required.
CLINICAL SERVICES

Our model of care

Multi D Team

Multi-disciplinary expert team available for all appointments

Australia wide service delivery

National service
delivery

Patient centered care

Evidence-based,
patient-centred care

EDUCATION

Empowering the workforce

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Online wound education

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Workshops and events

Australian College of Midwives CPD Recognised Activity

Online modules are an Australian College of Midwives CPD Recognised Activity

RACGP endorsed course

Online modules accredited provider of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners QI & CPD Program

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 30 points per module endorsed by Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine 

ACN Endorsed Course

Our online modules are Australian College of Nursing Endorsed Courses

Download free sample of our wound product user guide

There are a myriad of wound products available on the market. This easy to use guide provides relevant information on the most commonly used wound products. View a free sample of this popular guide.

Wound Product User Guide free sample download
MEDIA CENTRE

Latest News

Adelaide and Brisbane Wound Management Workshops | July 2019

May 14, 2019

Wound Innovations is partnering with Health Times for two upcoming face to face workshops in Brisbane and Adelaide. Designed for busy nurses, this workshop provides comprehensive, easy to understand principles and tools to support evidence-based person-centred wound management practice. The ‘Foundations of Wound Management’ workshops are facilitated by our Nurse Practitioner, Tabatha Rando, and feature…

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Celebrating International Day of the Midwife 2019

May 6, 2019

May 5th, International Day of the Midwife, is the internationally recognised day highlighting and focusing on the works of midwives and midwifery. It is a day that is recognised and celebrated globally, with more than 50 nations observing the day. The idea of the International Day of the Midwife as a day to honour and…

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Record Number Of Aussies Will Be Presenting At Next Month’s “8th Olympics Of The Diabetic Foot”

April 29, 2019

Article by Diabetic Foot Australia The International Symposium on the Diabetic Foot (ISDF) has been informally known as the “Olympics of the diabetic foot” since 1996. And this year will see a record of 20 Aussie presentations at next month’s 8th ISDF “Olympics” in The Netherlands which is much more than any other “Olympics”. Why…

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Foundations of Wound Management | Brisbane| July 23 2019

April 23, 2019

Designed for busy nurses, this workshop provides comprehensive, easy to understand principles and tools to support evidence-based person-centred wound management practice. EVENT SUMMARY: Date: Tuesday July 23, 2019 Venue: George Williams Hotel, Brisbane 4000 Price $250 (early bird price $199 available until May 31) 6 Face-Face CPD Hours Tickets strictly limited Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=493898&bof There…

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Are There Differences In What Different Diabetic Foot Guidelines Recommend?

April 18, 2019

Article by Dr Byron Perrin, Diabetic Foot Australia A new study just published in the journal Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews has found that there are many differences between recommendations made in national diabetic foot disease guidelines (including Australia’s) and those made in the peak International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) guidelines. This first-of-its-kind study from a diverse…

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