Little Colorado Medical Center Wound Care Center
We are proud to announce the opening of the Little Colorado Medical Center Wound Care Center. The center is now open 9 AM-5 PM Monday-Friday and is currently accepting new patients. Our Medical Director, Dr. Brian Bucina, is a Board-Certified General Surgeon with extensive experience in general lapaoscopic, and endoscopic procedures. He is also Certified Wound Specialist Physician (CWSP) by the American Board of Wound Management. Dr. Bucina is an active member of the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care and has an interest in advanced wound healing.
In addition to taking care of general surgical patients. Dr. Bucina and his staff also sees patients with both acute and chronic wounds:
- Arterial Ulcers & Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
- Advanced Venous Insufficiency & Ulcers
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Atypical Wounds
- Pre-Maligant & Malignant Skin Tumors
- Surgical Wounds
The Little Colorado Medical Center Wound Care Center offers a complete spectrum of wound healing treatment options including both surgical and nonsurgical:
- Advanced Wound Dressings
- Bio-Engineered Skin Substitutes
- Antibiotic Therapy
- Growth Factor Therapy
- Negative Pressre Therapy
- MIST Therapy Using Low Frequency Ultrasound
- Skin Grafts, Flaps, Amputations
- Total Contact Casting
- Pulsatile Lavage with Suction
- Surgical Wound Debridement
Dr. Bucina is feature on th American Board of Wound Management, click here to view article
Our Vision Statement:
To be a healthcare organization trusted by its community that provides appropriate, sustainable medical and hospital services in collaboration with other regional care partners.
Little Colorado Medical Center
On behalf of the Board of Directors, physicians and employees of Little Colorado Medical Center (LCMC), we want to thank you for visiting our website. We are happy that you have chosen to take advantage of the information provided on the hospital's services and career opportunities.
Little Colorado Medical Center is a 25-bed, not-for-profit critical access hospital located 50 miles east of Flagstaff in Winslow, Arizona. LCMC offers primary inpatient and outpatient services to more than 32,000 residents in northeast Arizona. We are proud of our close working relationship with Winslow Indian Healthcare Center and our affiliation with Flagstaff Medical Center. LCMC is committed to providing compassionate care to its patients and a challenging, professional and enjoyable work experience to all its staff members.
Whether you are a patient or a fellow healthcare worker, we look forward to meeting your needs.
Building a Fitness Culture at LCMC
It has been my observation recently that fitness is in the air at LCMC. There has been quite a bit of talk about Yoga, Boot Camp and Zumba classes. There is also excitement about another awesome season of softball. Being fit improves our health, but did you know it can also improve your happiness, productivity and quality of relationships?
Like the old adage, that a mechanic sometimes has the worst car on the road, we as healthcare workers give so much to our patients that we sometimes end up neglecting our own health needs.
As leaders in healthcare, each of us has a personal duty to model the behavior we would ask of our patients and community. In that spirit let’s work together at LCMC to develop a culture of fitness. This will be a culture that promotes fitness as well as normalizes the concept of fitness being a part of our daily routine.
Don’t be shocked or surprised to see your neighbor taking a minute to do 10 desk squats. Don’t be embarrassed to take a lunge or two while walking down the hall! When we win at fitness our patients, our co-workers and our community all win.
Please join me in building this culture of fitness!
Michael Howard CIO