Wound Care Fort Johnson, NY
River Ridge Living Center is a beautiful center with a real sense of community. Patients and residents are able to thrive in our friendly atmosphere. Everyone knows each other, and the staff does everything they can to make sure everyone is comfortable. To ensure the most effective wound care for individuals with hard-to-heal wounds, our expert Wound Care Team utilizes the latest technology and techniques to accelerate the healing process. They work close in conjunction with our Wound Care Doctor – a Board Certified Surgeon who visits River Ridge weekly to coordinate each patient’s care.
Our comprehensive program includes:
- Pressure Wound Care Management
- Diabetic Ulcer Management
- Venous Stasis & PVD Management
- Vascular Doppler Ultrasound (ABI)
River Ridge Living Center offers a smooth transition between inpatient and outpatient therapy services, as well as community wellness programs, to maintain these improved levels of independence.
It is Our Privilege to Care for Fort Johnson Residents!
Contact us today at 518-843-3503 to discuss superior wound care treatment!
“With my deep appreciation for the care and friendship given to Gert Cotton over the past 6 years. Although never really knowing where she was, she was truly blessed for all the kindness shown.” – Judy Kolstad
Fort Johnson, formerly known as Akin, is a village in Montgomery County, New York located on the north side of the Mohawk River with a population of 490. The community was the original seat of power of William Johnson before he moved on to found the City of Johnstown further west. He rose to become the British Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the northern colonies and was highly influential because of his strong relationships with the Iroquois, especially the Mohawk. His former home here is preserved as Old Fort Johnson. Johnson had Molly Brant, a Mohawk woman, as his longtime consort.
Fort Johnson Resources:
Nursing Home Abuse – The easiest way to uncover abuse or neglect is to communicate with your loved one. Give the resident every opportunity to tell you about neglect or abuse.
Association for the Advancement of Wound Care – The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care has compiled a collection of resources to be used as guidelines in wound care.
Fort Johnson Fire Company – The Fort Johnson Fire Company is committed to providing a superior level of emergency service that continually improves the quality of life, health and safety of the citizens we serve.