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The Wound Care Clinic at SBL Fayette County Hospital Receives Clinical Distinction Award

Biannual award acknowledges exceptional success in clinical benchmarks.

Vandalia, IL. – February, 2024 – SBL Fayette County Hospital is pleased to announce The Wound Care Clinic is a recipient of RestorixHealth’s Clinical Distinction Award. Recipients of this award meet or exceed national clinical benchmarks over a set period of time.

“This achievement reaffirms the quality of care the Wound Care Clinic at SBL Fayette County Hospital provides its patients every day,” said Wound Clinic Provider-Sharon Draper, APRN. “We are proud to be a recipient of an award that recognizes the hard work and dedication of our staff.”

RestorixHealth launched its Clinical Distinction recognition program to recognize wound centers that have demonstrated exceptional success by meeting or exceeding clinical benchmarks.

The Wound Care Clinic is dedicated to optimizing outcomes and preventing lower limb loss in patients with non-healing wounds. The approach to wound care is aggressive and comprehensive, coordinating traditional and advanced therapies and techniques that are proven to reduce healing time and improve healing rates.

The center is staffed with clinicians with advanced training in wound care. Integrating a team of wound care professionals optimizes patient care, while offering the most advanced healing options.

The Wound Care Clinic at SBL Fayette County Hospital is located at 650 West Taylor, 2nd Floor, Vandalia, IL 62471 and is open Mondays, 8am to 12pm. For more information, please call 877-295-2273

About RestorixHealth

Committed to excellence in wound care, RestorixHealth is the wound care solutions company providing programs, services, products and education across the care continuum. From developing and operating wound centers in partnership with hospitals, through supporting long-term care facilities with education and supplies, to providing in-home care, RestorixHealth’s solutions increase access to care, reduce hospital admissions, lower or avoid direct care costs and most importantly, improve patient outcomes and quality of life. For more information, visit