Grand River Health Wound & Ostomy Care Clinic is designed and equipped to deliver the latest in advanced, modern wound care technology. We have a multidisciplinary team including medical directors, specialized wound nurses, and an ostomy and diabetic wound nurse who take pride in the fact that we are a small, community hospital clinic and can provide individualized, patient-centered care. We have the ability to form a close bond with each patient and use evidenced-based care.

We offer flexible appointments to meet your needs. Our team understands the importance of communication and makes a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of our patients.

We will provide Ostomy patients with professional support in both the pre- and post-operative stage.

When Should I See a Wound Care Specialist?

A wound that does not always heal as it should could put you at risk for infection and more serious
complications. Wounds can also cause pain and discomfort which can decrease your activity and quality of life. Wounds that do not heal in a timely matter need more specialized care.

With chronic wounds, the healing process is affected by risk factors as well as a variety of complications that require expertise.

Managing Wounds as a Team
Your wound care is coordinated with your primary care provider and includes a complete team of therapists and specialists.

With a complete team certified in wound care, patient outcomes are better. As a multidisciplinary team, the combined expertise and diverse clinical knowledge covers a wider range of modalities to improve wound healing and thus, improve quality of life. The ability to call upon many specialists increases your wound healing success.

Appointments: 970-625-9756

501 Airport Rd. Rifle, CO 81650

Enter through the Bookcliff entrance in the southwest corner of the building.
The Wound Care & Ostomy Care Clinic is open 8:00am-5:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

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Our staff will work closely with your referring physician to care for any underlying factors and health problems

Types of Wounds Treated:

  • Venous
  • Arterial
  • Diabetic
  • Pressure injuries
  • Surgical
  • Trauma
  • Burns
  • Intertrigo and incontinence (moisture associated)

Risk Factors:

If you have any of the following conditions, you may be at risk for developing non healing wounds.

  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Traumatic injury
  • Amputations
  • Complications following surgery

What Services are Offered?

We work closely with Hospice, Home Health and family members to provide caring and compassionate therapies to increase a patient’s comfort and independence.

Our services include:

  • Acute Care
  • Out Patient Care
  • Long Term Care
  • Skilled Care
  • Networking with Home Health Agencies