Dedicated Wound Care Training Center to Operate in Jacksonville


Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and JAXUSA Partnership Chair John Delaney joined Healogics’ president & CEO Jeff Nelson today to officially dedicate the company’s new training center that will serve as a hub for wound care education.

More than 2,000 physicians, nurses and other medical and clinical technicians from around the country are anticipated to be trained in 50 training events this year in specialized wound care treatment and disease management.

“Healogics’ investment in Jacksonville has helped to broaden care options and illustrate our city’s success in the health care and life sciences fields,” said Mayor Alvin Brown. “This state-of-the-art facility is not only growing jobs, it’s making Jacksonville a destination for leading-edge advancements in wound treatment and disease management. As we all work hard to reduce unemployment, it is highly encouraging to have companies like Healogics creating good-paying, career-driven opportunities in Jacksonville.”

The training facility also was officially named the Robert A. Warriner III Center for Learning and Development in honor of the late Dr. Warriner, a highly respected leader in the wound care and hyperbaric community, and Healogics’ Chief Medical Officer from 2003 to 2012.

Following the merger of National Healing Corporation and Diversified Clinical Service to form Healogics, the company established its corporate headquarters in a new facility in Jacksonville in March 2012. The company works with more than 500 hospitals nationwide and has treated more than 2 million patients, achieving more than 90 percent healing and patient satisfaction rates.

Healogics’ training courses have been accredited by many leading associations including: Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, American Nurses Credentialing Center, National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology and the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society.

“We are fortunate to have great partners with the many local hospitals and health care providers that we work closely with and who have helped attribute to the company’s sustained and continued growth in the wound care industry,” said Healogics’ president & CEO Jeff Nelson. “We are pleased to be operating the new Dr. Warriner Center for Learning and Development in Jacksonville where thousands of trainees will come each year to be trained in the latest advancements in wound care management.”

The life sciences industry sector is a target industry for JAXUSA Partnership and the Jacksonville region has placed a strong emphasis on its growth.

“Healogics is the leader in outpatient wound care management services and has added more than 50 new jobs to the region. Relocating these high-wage jobs brings a new level of expertise and a strong knowledge base we can market nationally,” said John Delaney, Chair, JAXUSA Partnership.

Healogics will continue to contribute to this growing industry through its investments in clinical care, program development, and education and training.