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Wound Clinic - Integrated Home Care Program   at
Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre
Estimated time to routine appointment: Within 1 week
Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
SERVICE DESCRIPTION
A Division of Integrated Home Care, this specialty wound clinic provides consultation for wound care management for acute and complex chronic wounds.Services are provided for the following:
  • diabetes (diabetic) - acute wound management with follow-up
  • care planning with consultation for chronic complex diabetic wounds
  • gait and footwear for clients who experience a wound as a result of neuropathy and walking
  • gait assessment for clients with associated plantar foot wounds
  • biomechanical assessment to determine pressure sources for wound
  • referral with assessment for custom made footwear according to Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) guidelines for those clients with associated wounds
  • wound care and prevention
  • multi-disciplinary team - assess, manages and treats acute and complex chronic wounds
  • assume care for client with acute and/or complex chronic wounds in partnership with physicians and surgeons or on a consultative basis
  • Adjunctive Therapies such as Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), Ultrasound, E-Stim and Total Contact Casting (TCC) for the alternative means of treating wounds
  • provide drop-in wound care support for homeless and / or marginalized clients
A Division of Integrated Home Care, this specialty wound clinic provides consultation for wound care management for acute and complex chronic wounds.Services are provided for the following:
  • diabetes (diabetic) - acute wound management with follow-up
  • care planning with consultation for chronic complex diabetic wounds
  • gait and footwear for clients who experience a wound as a result of neuropathy and walking
  • gait assessment for clients with associated plantar foot wounds
  • biomechanical assessment to determine pressure sources for wound
  • referral with assessment for custom made footwear according to Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) guidelines for those clients with associated wounds
  • wound care and prevention
  • multi-disciplinary team - assess, manages and treats acute and complex chronic wounds
  • assume care for client with acute and/or complex chronic wounds in partnership with physicians and surgeons or on a consultative basis
  • Adjunctive Therapies such as Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), Ultrasound, E-Stim and Total Contact Casting (TCC) for the alternative means of treating wounds
  • provide drop-in wound care support for homeless and / or marginalized clients
ROUTINE REFERRAL PROCESS
  1. All clients who have diabetes with neuropathy must be seen at Sheldon Chumir. Once a care plan is in place, client may receive service at one of four satellite clinics.
  2. Clients without a diagnosis must be seen at Sheldon Chumir.
  3. Clients who do not have a family physician cannot be seen at Sheldon Chumir. The client can be seen at one of the Community Wound Clinics.
  4. Sheldon Chumir is a consultative service only, clients must be existing Home Care client with a case manager.
All Wound Care clinic referrals are received and processed through Community Care Access.

New referrals are processed based on urgency.
Low - within 7 days
Medium - within 3 days
High - within 24 hours
  1. All clients who have diabetes with neuropathy must be seen at Sheldon Chumir. Once a care plan is in place, client may receive service at one of four satellite clinics.
  2. Clients without a diagnosis must be seen at Sheldon Chumir.
  3. Clients who do not have a family physician cannot be seen at Sheldon Chumir. The client can be seen at one of the Community Wound Clinics.
  4. Sheldon Chumir is a consultative service only, clients must be existing Home Care client with a case manager.
All Wound Care clinic referrals are received and processed through Community Care Access.

New referrals are processed based on urgency.
Low - within 7 days
Medium - within 3 days
High - within 24 hours
URGENT REFERRAL PROCESS
All referrals are screened and processed for clinical urgency.
All referrals are screened and processed for clinical urgency.
EMERGENCY REFERRAL PROCESS
This service does not have an emergency referral process. Direct patients to the nearest Emergency Department if they are experiencing a serious illness or injury. Patients with potentially life threatening conditions should immediately phone 9-1-1.
This service does not have an emergency referral process. Direct patients to the nearest Emergency Department if they are experiencing a serious illness or injury. Patients with potentially life threatening conditions should immediately phone 9-1-1.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Clients receiving Home Care services in the Calgary zone with complex chronic wounds.
Clients receiving Home Care services in the Calgary zone with complex chronic wounds.
ADDITIONAL SERVICE DETAILS
The Process for Referral to Integrated Home Care for Skin and Wound Conditions
(Please review Routine Referral Process)
  • Examples of secondary assessments: WCP, ICCP, BWAT, Braden
  • Sheldon Chumir is a consultative clinic only.
  • Community Wound Clinics are consultative & capacity for IHC.
  • Examples of admission documentation: comprehensive assessment, medication reconciliation, programs of care, chart location, etc.
  • In Rural, the CCA may be a secretary or Care Manager. 
Fees
Clients have to pay for dressing supplies. If client eligible for the shoe program or compression hosiery through AADL, the client cost share is 25% of the total amount.

The Process for Referral to Integrated Home Care for Skin and Wound Conditions
(Please review Routine Referral Process)
  • Examples of secondary assessments: WCP, ICCP, BWAT, Braden
  • Sheldon Chumir is a consultative clinic only.
  • Community Wound Clinics are consultative & capacity for IHC.
  • Examples of admission documentation: comprehensive assessment, medication reconciliation, programs of care, chart location, etc.
  • In Rural, the CCA may be a secretary or Care Manager. 
Fees
Clients have to pay for dressing supplies. If client eligible for the shoe program or compression hosiery through AADL, the client cost share is 25% of the total amount.

COMMUNICATION PROCESS
  • Communication of referral receipt to referral source will occur within 2 calendar days.
  • Communication of appointment details or wait list status to patient and referral source will occur within 7 calendar days.
  • Communication of initial appointment outcomes to referral source will occur within 30 calendar days.
 
PHONE
403-943-1920 (Community Care Access)
FAX
403-943-1602 (Fax referrals to)
REFERRAL FORM
All Wound Care clinic referrals are received and processed through Community Care Access.

Integrated Home Care Physician Referral Form
All Wound Care clinic referrals are received and processed through Community Care Access.

Integrated Home Care Physician Referral Form
LINKED SPECIALISTS
CLICK + TO VIEW REFERRAL GUIDELINES
Routine Reason for Referral
Access Targets convey the clinically appropriate timeframe patients should be seen within, by reason for referral and priority level.
Access Target
Required Information/Investigations
Investigation Timing
Additional Details
Chronic venous insufficiency
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month

Diabetic foot ulcer
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month

Diabetic neuropathy
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month

Donor graft
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month

Peripheral vascular disease
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month

Pressure ulcer
Past medical history
 
Within 1 month
PATIENT APPOINTMENT INFORMATION
 
MISSED APPOINTMENT GUIDELINES
If you are unable to attend a scheduled appointment, please contact the clinic a minimum of 48 hours in advance.
If you are unable to attend a scheduled appointment, please contact the clinic a minimum of 48 hours in advance.
 
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am - 4:15 pm
   
 
ADDRESS
4th Floor
1213 4 Street SW
Calgary Alberta
T2R 0X7
PATIENT APPOINTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
 
DIRECTIONS
Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre is located in downtown Calgary at the intersection of 12 Avenue SW and 4 Street SW.
Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre is located in downtown Calgary at the intersection of 12 Avenue SW and 4 Street SW.
 
PHONE
403-943-1920 (Community Care Access)
PATIENT RESOURCES
 
PARKING INSTRUCTIONS
Rates apply 24 hours per day, and are in effect for all public parkers, including those with provincially  issued placards for persons with disabilities.
Rates apply 24 hours per day, and are in effect for all public parkers, including those with provincially  issued placards for persons with disabilities.
 
EMAIL
VIRTUAL APPOINTMENT INFORMATION
 
 
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY
Yes

This facility is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator on site.


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