Kim Carnes: Baylor Scott & White knew how to heal my resistant wound.

Kim Carnes developed diverticulitis, a painful inflammation in the lining of her colon. At her local Baylor Medical Center, she underwent surgery to remove eight inches of her colon and repair internal bleeding. Additional surgeries to address related issues left her with a large wound three inches wide and four inches deep. At the Comprehensive Wound Center at Baylor Garland, the wound was treated weekly with technologically advanced dressings. For three months, Kim wore a wound V.A.C.?, a device which helped draw the wound edges together and promote the growth of healthy tissue. Eight months later, she was completely healed. "Everyone at Baylor made me feel like family. They gave me the utmost care. I?m very grateful."