Pamela Kuda

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About Pamela Kuda

Born and raised in St. Louis, (Aquinas High School) Pam obtained a Masters Degree in Nursing from the University of Missouri in 2002, subsequently obtaining Board Certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner. Pam’s experience encompassed working/managing the operating room at Barnes Hospital (Kingshighway) and working on The Trauma Team. Pam’s passion for patient care and operating room experience led her to focus on wound care, specifically chronic wounds. Recognized as Nurse Practitioner of the year in 2012 by St. Louis Magazine and having experienced the chronic wound care environment since 2005, Pam felt that there was an underserved population, the homebound chronic wound patient. With husband/co-founder, Joe, Caring Professionals, LLC started in July 2012.

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