iWOC Nursing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit service organization staffed by Board-certified wound and ostomy nurses who have volunteered their specialized services to help you access quality, evidence-based care. It evolved out of a desire to positively impact the disparity between the often complex needs of patients with wounds and ostomies and the level of care they receive in the post-acute setting. Our goal is to use education and empowerment as bridge to quality care.
iWOC Nursing Foundation was founded by Dr. Rhonda Sullivan, who is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years’ experience in various specialties with more than 14 years of that dedicated to the wound and ostomy specialties. She is Board-Certified in the Wound, Ostomy, and Legal Nurse specialties. During this time, she has established both wound and ostomy care programs at various healthcare facilities and served as an expert on med-legal matters. Dr. Sullivan remains clinically-active in the wound and ostomy specialties at a world-renowned academic teaching facility where she serves in various capacities including routine patient care, patient and staff education, and nursing research. She is a published author and a national speaker on wound care with a particular focus on pressure ulcer prevention and management.