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Optimal patient care is the number one goal of every health care provider. That's why it's vital to employ only the most qualified nurses—those educated through an accredited WOC program and certified by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB).
Only highly credentialed WOC nurses certified through the WOCNCB must earn a Bachelor's degree and RN license before completing rigorous coursework and hands-on clinical training through a WOCN-accredited WOC Nursing Education Program.
Find out why you should employ certified WOC nurses here.
Learn more about WOCN Society.
Learn more about the WOCN Certification Board.