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New program director joins team at Sierra View Medical Center’s Wound Healing Center

Sierra View Medical Center now has a new program director for the Wound Healing Center. Pamela Nagra joined the health care organization in the second half of 2019. Patients looking for help in treating wounds may benefit from the specialized wound care services offered at the facility. The Wound Healing Center is a partnership between Sierra View Medical Center and Healogics. The site offers patients in Porterville and the South Valley a variety of services including wound consultation, non-invasive vascular studies, specialty wound dressing, compression therapy and hyperbaric oxygen therapy to name a few.

As program director, Nagra will act as a coordinator for the department’s projects as well as supervise and organize activities and ensure that project goals align with the company's mission and vision. “Community outreach and education is a key focus,” Nagra says, “it helps us reach new patients and spread the word about our services to the community.” Nagra is a Certified Hyperbaric Technologist, a Registered Respiratory Therapist and holds a Bachelor’s in Health Sciences with a concentration in Management from Trident University International.

Growing up in Canada, Nagra has always felt the call to help others. Through her leadership role at Sierra View Medical Center, Nagra hopes to help strengthen the organization through effective, ethical and inspired approach to leading the Wound Healing team. Nagra wants the community to know about the state-of-the art therapies offered at the Wound Healing Center, such as bioengineered skin grafts, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, treatment of diabetic ulcers as well as surgical wound, burns and other chronic non-healing wounds. She works closely with Russell Dounies, MD, the overseeing physician at the site.

To schedule an appointment, patients may call (559) 791-3911 or visit the Wound Healing Center at 370 N. Villa St. To learn more, please visit