What Is Wound and Enterostomal Services?

Caring for a wound after surgery, be it from a major or minor surgery, require the services of Wound Care and Enterostomal Therapy Nurses, or ET Nurses.

Patients with these health conditions will rely on specially trained nurses to manage their treatment and to keep the wound safe from infection. It is a critical component of healthcare that may necessitate the use of these certified nursing skills.

Here at Beacon Hospital, our Wound and Enterostomal Service encompasses both wound care and stoma care. We are committed in:

  • Increasing your recovery rate for a faster return to normalcy.
  • Reducing and preventing infections, further enlargement or anything that could compromise the affected area.
  • Eliminating the need for rehabilitation and re-hospitalization.
  • Enhancing your overall quality of life.

Types Of Wounds That We Treat

We treat various types of non-healing wounds such as:

  • Radiotherapy-induced wounds
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Accident wounds
  • Burn wounds
  • Any other chronic non-healing wounds/pressure injuries/surgical wounds

Types Of Ostomies

There are actually a few different types of ostomies.


A colostomy is a procedure that diverts your colon to an opening at the abdomen.


An ileostomy is a procedure where your small intestine is diverted through an opening at the abdomen.


A urostomy is done to redirect your urine away from your diseased or damaged bladder or urinary tract.

Services That We Provide


At Beacon Hospital, our Enterostomal Therapy and Wound Care Nurse, or ET Nurse, is a registered nurse who has gone through specialised training in treating patients with wounds, or patients who might need or have already had an ostomy (such as an ileostomy, colostomy, or urostomy). Not only that, they will also perform a wide variety of critical services such as developing treatment plans and educating patients and their family.

Our services include:

  • Wound assessing and monitoring
  • Wound cleaning and dressing
  • Ostomy care
  • Diabetic wound
  • Working with the medical team to determine whether additional treatments are required
  • Educating on pre and post preparation of stoma surgery
  • Educating patients and caregivers about all types of wound and ostomy care, infection and injury prevention, and pressure injury treatment
  • Educating patients on the proper use of ostomy collection devices and adhesives, as well as how to apply them correctly.
  • Advocate and give moral support to the patients

Who do we work with?

Your healthcare team will consist of experience doctors and ET Nurses, as they will help you understand the different procedures, overall expectation and will help you making an informed decision.

Beacon Hospital is always at the forefront of medical treatments in Malaysia, equipped with the latest technology and our doctors are equipped with years of experience to serve you better.

If you have any further enquiries regards to our wound & enterostomal therapy nursing care services, our doctors and certified nurses are ready to provide consultation and assist you with necessary information.

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+6012 328 6913

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Monday – Friday,
8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

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