Wound Care


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Community Vascular Washington works in partnership with hospital and community wound care providers throughout the state to coordinate outpatient, surgical and inpatient peripheral limb wound care as part of our mission to achieve the best possible outcomes and reduce amputation risk for our patients.

Wound Clinic at Community Vascular Washington

Wounds can cause severe health risks and may result in life-threatening infections, possible amputation and debilitating health problems. Individuals are unique and so are their wounds. Chronic wounds are not simple and require many facets of treatment modalities to achieve healing. Therefore, our goal at Community Vascular Washington, is to tailor and provide high quality and personalized wound care plans to treat and meet our patients wound care needs.

In our independent outpatient setting, we treat a vast array of wounds caused by trauma, pressure injuries, Diabetic/neuropathic, venous/arterial, post-surgical incision/dehiscence and more.

By utilizing a team-based approach and offering specialized advanced treatments, we value and respect every member of our patient’s care team who are instrumental in bringing the wound(s) to closure including the patient.

Community Vascular Washington in collaboration with United Wound Healing is staffed by a team of professionals that includes:

Our wound care specialist

Mary is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner with specialized certification in wound and ostomy management. She is dedicated to fostering a trustworthy provider-patient relationship. She brings joy and enthusiasm to an area of specialty that is challenging and unglamorous. She understands the importance of healing in a timely manner and will make every effort to bring her patients to their goal.

Mary believes ongoing patient education is instrumental in achieving positive outcomes.

Ms. Allen earned her BSN and Masters of Science in Nursing -FNP Program from Washington State University.

Mary is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP); Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN).

When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family and unwinding by perfecting her baking skills or escaping into sappy Hallmark movies. Among friends and family, she is known to cook up a flavorful authentic pot of Vietnamese Pho.

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before wound care


after wound care