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Outpatient Clinic


Outpatient care describe medical care or treatment that does not require an overnight stay in a hospital or medical facility. Ambulatory care is a type of medical care that is provided to patients who do not need to be admitted to a hospital for treatment. The types of procedures and treatments offered in ambulatory care are sometimes referred to as outpatient care.

The Coquille Valley Hospital Outpatient Clinic is provided under the leadership of Linda Wirebaugh, RN, BSN, CWS. Linda has been a nurse for more than 28 years and is a native Oregonian. As a Certified Wound Specialist, practicing wound care for more than 20 years, she has the knowledge and expertise to effectively treat wounds that have not followed a normal healing pattern. Linda works with physicians, pharmacists, lab departments, imaging, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and home health to orchestrate the care that is needed to get the best results for the patient.

Areas of care offered in the CVH Outpatient Clinic include:

Transfusions

Infusions

Injections

Anticoagulation Management Services

Catheterized Urinalysis

Bladder Scans

In addition, Wound Care (acute wounds that have not followed normal healing patterns) is another area covered in the Outpatient Clinic. This includes:

Infections

Dehiscence

Chronic Wounds such as Diabetic, Venous or Arterial Ulcers