ABERDEEN, Wash. - Dr. Jessica Pierce has been named medical director of the Wound Healing Center opening in early November on Grays Harbor Community Hospital’s East Campus.
Pierce will be responsible for reviewing patient care and results, evaluating new clinical products and providing oversight and guidance on policies and procedures.
A new resident of Aberdeen, Pierce most recently practiced at Baylor University Medical Center’s Wound Healing Center. She holds a degree in Psychiatry and received her doctorate of medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. Pierce holds many academic honors, including memberships in several national Honor Societies. She completed her residency in family medicine at Baylor University Medical Center. Dr. Pierce has opened a family medicine practice in the Multi-Specialty Clinic at GHCH’s East Campus.
Barry Smith has been named Program Director of the new Wound Healing Center. Smith will be responsible for all aspects of the center’s operation including ensuring quality patient care, recruiting and hiring, compliance with federal and state guidelines, budgeting and fiscal policies, and marketing and sales.
A native of Atlanta, GA, Smith has more than 20 years experience in the healthcare field. While in Atlanta, Smith was a paramedic. Most of his career has been spent in business development and marketing. In addition, he also has experience in emergency medicine management, contract management, physician recruiting and human resources. Smith is an honors graduate of the University of Phoenix.
The Wound Healing Center at Grays Harbor Community Hospital’s East Campus, a National Healing Corporation Wound Healing Center,specializes in the treatment of chronic wounds and non-responsive conditions and offers hospital-based outpatient wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.