Core Values

A Patient-Centric Approach to Operations

At Derma Vivere, healing our patients’ skin and renewing our patients’ lives are our primary focus and our number one priority.  While we are dedicated to providing the best possible care and support, we also recognize the importance of maintaining a strong business foundation through a set of core values. This includes maintaining operational efficiency, managing resources wisely, and ensuring that the supporting elements of our service contribute to, rather than detract from, the overall patient experience. By striking a balance between our patient-centered approach and operational considerations, we aim to deliver comprehensive, high-quality care that addresses our patients’ immediate needs and the sustainability of our healthcare services.

Patient-Centered Care

Prioritizing the well-being and needs of patients, ensuring that their concerns and preferences are considered in the delivery of wound healing services.


Striving for excellence in wound healing by maintaining high standards of quality, compliance, safety, and effectiveness in all aspects of practice.


Demonstrating empathy, understanding, and kindness in patient interactions, recognizing the emotional and physical challenges associated with wound healing.


Upholding honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct in all interactions, including billing, communication, and decision-making processes.


Fostering teamwork and collaboration among healthcare professionals, specialists, and support staff to provide comprehensive and coordinated wound healing services.


Embracing advancements in wound healing technology, research, and practices to continuously improve patient outcomes and stay at the forefront of the field.


Ensuring that wound healing services are accessible and available to all individuals, regardless of socioeconomic status, geographic location, or other barriers, including creating a foundation to assist those most in need.

Continuous Learning

Promoting a culture of ongoing education and professional development through various educational resources, including conferences, training, and research, for staff to stay updated on the latest evidence-based practices and advancements in wound healing.

Community Engagement

Actively participating in the communities that we serve through raising awareness about wound healing, and collaborating with other healthcare organizations and community stakeholders.


Taking responsibility for the outcomes of wound healing services, learning from experiences, and making improvements to enhance the quality of care provided.

These values collectively contribute to building a positive organizational culture and help establish the organization’s reputation as a trusted provider of wound healing services. It’s essential for leadership and staff to embrace and embody these values in their daily practices.


A business with no goals has no defined purpose and nothing to strive for; consequently, it stagnates and struggles for meaningful accomplishments. Our goals are clear and focus on patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, employee work-life balance, and professional growth.

Optimal Patient Outcomes

Achieve and maintain the highest possible outcomes in wound healing and patient satisfaction by providing evidence-based, quality wound healing services.

Patient Education and Empowerment

Empower patients and their families with knowledge about wound prevention, self-care, and the importance of adhering to treatment protocols to enhance overall health and well-being.

Efficient and Timely Care

Ensure timely and efficient wound healing services, minimizing delays and optimizing the use of resources to promptly meet patients’ needs.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Foster collaboration among healthcare professionals, including physicians, nurses, therapists, specialists and medical support services, to provide comprehensive and coordinated care for patients with complex wound conditions.

Quality Improvement

Continuously monitor and assess the quality of wound healing services through performance metrics, technology, feedback, and technology-based outcome measures. Implement improvements based on data analysis and best practices.

Patient Safety

Prioritize patient safety by implementing protocols to prevent infections, minimize complications, and ensure a safe environment for wound healing procedures.

Research and Innovation

Contribute to the advancement of wound healing through participation in research, clinical trials, scientific reporting and the adoption of innovative technologies and treatment modalities.

Community Engagement and Education

Engage with physicians and healthcare organizations to raise awareness about wound healing, preventive measures, and available services. Provide educational programs for healthcare professionals, patients, and the general public.

Cost-Effective Care

Implement strategies to deliver high-quality wound healing services in a cost-effective manner, optimizing resource utilization and reducing unnecessary healthcare expenditures.

Technology Integration

Embrace and leverage technology to enhance wound healing processes, including electronic imaging innovation, telehealth solutions, and other digital tools that improve diagnosis, healing progress, efficiency, and communication.

Staff Development

Invest in the ongoing professional development of staff, ensuring that they are well-trained and equipped with the latest knowledge, skills, and technology in wound healing.

Patient-Centered Communication

Establish clear and open communication channels with patients, their families, and caregivers, promoting a patient-centered approach that addresses individual needs and concerns.