(SAVANNAH, GA) Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc. introduces Nasrin Zaer, LPN. Nasrin has been an integral part of the staff at Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc. since August of 2005. Her roles include performing therapies such as ultrasound, and electrical stimulation. She's also responsible for dressing wounds and monitoring patients' vital signs. Nasrin is originally from India and has lived in Savannah for more than a decade. Nasrin's husband is a physician at the Curtis Cooper Primary Health Center in Savannah.Nasrin has been a Licensed Practical Nurse since 2004. She went back to school after raising her children. Before moving to the United States, Nasrin also taught in India, and holds a Masters Degree in Sociology.
Nasrin chose nursing because she loves working with patients. At the Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc., Nasrin works with a small staff and her patients know her name. She and the staff treat wounds ranging from traumatic to the common bed sores. The patients who come to them have tried other treatments without success. Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc. uses cutting edge technologies combined with remedies used for hundreds of years. Each patient is treated as an individual, as the medical staff works with them to heal their wounds.
Nasrin is planning to continue her education, becoming a registered nurse so she can continue helping patients in every way possible. Nasrin says, "People tell me they are so happy the clinic exists." She says they may come in expecting a painful procedure and instead receive a pleasant and very helpful treatment. Nasrin credits the success of The Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc. to her co-workers and their family relationship and teamwork.
Wound Care Clinic – ESU, Inc. specializes in healing wounds that will not heal by utilizing electrical stimulation and ultrasound. All appointments require a physician referral and Medicare and Medicaid is accepted. Wound Care Clinic ESU, Inc. is an independent facility located at 815 E. 68th Street. Call 912-691-2614.