About us

Why WCC-WoundCareCenter? Because the aim is to improve the quality of wound treatment and ensure it is seamless.

What we do - specialized outpatient wound treatment

The WCC-WoundCareCenter are specialized outpatient care facilities with the highest hygienic standards, where only patients with chronic and difficult-to-heal wounds are treated.

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WCC-WoundCareCenter are to be considered by the HHVG (Heil-Hilfsmittel-Versorgungs-Gesetz) as a separate service provider in the sense of the SGB V (German Social Code). As a specialized institution specializing in the treatment of chronic and difficult-to-heal wounds, our services at the WCC-WoundCareCenter are claimed from the health insurance companies via § 37 Para. 7 SGB V based on home health care.

As early as 2008, the WCC-WoundCareCenter set themselves the goal of significantly improving outpatient and specialized wound care for patients with chronic and/or difficult-to-heal wounds compared to the previous standard care by working together in a specialized and interdisciplinary network.

Quality of specialized treatment facilities in wound management

A closely meshed internal and external quality assurance at the specialist level and QM level is continuously documented and carried out in our operations. External specialist audits and QM audits are additionally carried out on average twice a year in our WCC-WoundCareCenter.

The aim of this system standard is to standardize and define a minimum standard for organizational systems at our treatment facilities.

Area of application:

The system standard forms the basis for certification of organizations as a center of expertise in wound care (wound care center).

Competence Profiles:

Our certified organizational facilities are able to provide expert wound care services.

The main task of our WCC-WoundCareCenter is the expert treatment of wounds.

For this purpose, our facilities meet the following requirements in particular:

Clear and concise documentation based on legal, therapeutic and economic principles, up-to-date spatial and hygienic standards (infrastructure, resources) sufficient personnel qualification (physician and nursing) through proven established, recognized training and proven, operationally grown quality structures active, functioning interdisciplinary network (angiology, dermatology, diabetology, surgery, phlebology, vascular surgery, plastic surgery, etc.) and the application of guidelines and expert standards, internal medicine, laboratory, orthopedic technology, etc.) and the application of and compliance with guidelines and expert standards.