Katrina Hobbs, RN, Clinical MEDITECH Core Leader, Hancock Regional Hospital

A nurse for over 23 years, Hobbs has focused on extended care and critical care, and has spent the last 8 years working within information services at Hancock Regional Hospital. She is passionate about collaborating with physicians, other nurses, and clinicians within a number of ancillary disciplines to create efficient charting processes within the EHR. Hobbs helped implement and support the Oncology solution used within the hospital’s Oncology Clinic, and has developed documentation standards throughout a number of service areas, including inpatient, obstetrics, rehabilitation, as well as the hospital’s Women’s Clinic and Wound Care Clinic. Hobbs also builds Patient Registries that help identify at-risk patients and care gaps, helping Hancock take a proactive approach to Population Health.

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How standardizing interdisciplinary wound protocols improves patient care at Hancock Regional Hospital


At Hancock Regional Hospital, we offer a state-of-the-art outpatient wound care clinic specializing in all types of skin and wound care including, burns, lacerations, pressure injuries, ulcers, and surgical wounds. We also treat many people with chronic, non-healing wounds, often associated with complications from diabetes and related vascular disorders.

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