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Restore First Health Opens New Mobile Healthcare Service in Savannah, GA

Monday, June 3, 2024

Restore First Health Opens New Mobile Healthcare Service in Savannah, GA

Advanced Wound Care at the Bedside for Patients in Need of Specialized Care

Restore First Health (RFH), an advanced mobile wound care program, celebrated the grand opening of its Savannah, Georgia location to help patients in the region receive coordinated care at the bedside. RFH is a national program specializing in chronic wounds, collaborating with home health companies, social workers, discharge planners, physicians, and families to bring advanced care into the homes of patients who have difficulty mobilizing and healing.

“Community access is paramount for patients who have difficulty accessing advanced care from their homes,” said John Fish, CEO of Restore First Health. “By bringing this collaborative healthcare service to the people and families of Savannah, we will be able to fill a void and promote healing in these patients with chronic wounds.

Utilizing the latest technology and wound procedures, advanced practice nurses work side by side with home health companies to coordinate wound care and identify the holistic needs of patients, including vascular support, nutrition, and managing comorbid conditions. RFH focuses on developing relationships with other community providers, enabling synergistic care for patients who often struggle to mobilize to clinics or hospitals.

“Restore First Health is a remarkable asset to the Savannah community,” said Bert Brantley, President and CEO of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce. “They exemplify the spirit of our Chamber members by giving back and providing essential care for our workforce and their families. Their commitment to health and well-being strengthens the very foundation of our community, ensuring a brighter future for all of Savannah.”

“When a provider identifies a patient as having a chronic wound, our team deploys within 48 hours to evaluate the patient,” said Shazia Arroyo, Regional Director. “We want to make it easy on the patient and other care partners to begin treatment and healing as soon as possible.”

Restore First Health is located in the heart of Savannah, allowing clinical teams to travel bedside across the region.

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