The Wound Pros Introduces WP Supply to Facilitate Timely Delivery of Wound Care Dressing: Ensures Advanced Wound Care Dressings Are Delivered Within 48 Hours

December 23, 2020

The Wound Pros today introduced its proprietary advanced wound care supplies delivery system, WP Supply, to the wound care community.

The Wound Pros specializes in the management and treatment of chronic non-healing wounds in patients admitted to long-term care facilities.

A significant challenge for wound care professionals in the U.S. is procuring quality wound care supplies and making them available to patients at the appropriate time. Tracking orders can also be challenging or delayed due to supply chain inefficiencies. Due to the nature of wounds, such delays can result in complications that stall the healing process. WP Supply will address these issues through its strategic partnerships with world-class fulfilment centers, ensuring seamless communications with delivery teams, and real-time tracking.

The Wound Pros is committed to providing exceptional and timely delivery service to their clients. Daniel Yeager, the Senior Vice President for The Wound Pros, recognizes the challenges that many long-term care facilities are faced with when their supplies are not delivered on time.

Yeager notes, “We created WP Supply to solve a major problem that has been present for decades within the long-term care space. Unfortunately, many patients and their families are often concerned about when their medical supplies will arrive. WP Supply is one of the many ways we prioritize our patient’s care,” Daniel said. Patients will receive their wound care supplies within 48 hours, no matter what part of the country they are in. WP Supply bundles, ships, and tracks the delivery of the products until they reach their final destination.

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