Dr. Richard Park Joins The Wound Pros as a Medical Director
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LOS ANGELES, June 21, 2024 ~ The Wound Pros, a company specializing in non-healing wound treatment in long-term care facilities, has recently announced the appointment of Dr. Richard Park as their new Medical Director. With a strong background in internal medicine and hospital care, Dr. Park brings a wealth of experience to the company.

Dr. Park received his medical degree from Flinders University School of Medicine in Australia and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital, which is affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. During his time there, he also served as Chief Resident. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has been working as a hospitalist since 2010.

Aside from his clinical work, Dr. Park is also the co-founder and partner of Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles and Advantage Hospitalists, Inc. in Oxnard, California. He previously held the position of Physician Advisor at MedManagement LLC, where he provided valuable clinical expertise and guidance to the organization. Currently, he serves as the CEO and medical director of Park Internal Medicine in Granada Hills, California. Additionally, Dr. Park has worked as a physician at Vista Del Mar Behavioral Healthcare Hospital and California Forensic Medical Group.

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Dr. Park's extensive experience working in various hospital settings and his dedication to providing quality patient care aligns perfectly with The Wound Pros' mission to enhance wound care management through AI-driven insights and thorough documentation. As the new Medical Director, he will be responsible for overseeing the company's clinical operations, collaborating with clinical teams to develop evidence-based treatment protocols, and ensuring that partnering facilities maintain the highest standards of care.

The Wound Pros is confident that Dr. Park's expertise will greatly benefit their team and further improve their services for patients with non-healing wounds in long-term care facilities.
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