Dr. Spahn’s initial vision for EHOB was to bring a product to market that exceeds patient expectations is cost-efficient and clinically-effective. Thirty years later, EHOB remains a leader in innovative solutions for pressure injury prevention.
We make patient comfort and satisfaction a priority. We consider ourselves fortunate to partner with several of the best-in-class clinicians across various specialties to ensure seamless implementations and provide support.
Our clinicians will support you through product and service education through in-servicing or out of the hospital consultations. Meet our Clinicians below!
Christie Sprinkle, BSN, RN, WOCN leads EHOB’s Clinical Department as Director of Clinical Affairs with the responsibility of clinical support in EHOB’s Sales, Marketing and New Product Development. She oversees EHOB’s clinical team of wound care specialists who are invaluable in providing the clinical expertise behind internal clinical supportive resources as well as onsite support of clinicians in the field. In a previous role with EHOB, Christie served as Director of Clinical Development, focusing clinical support as well as development and delivery of continuing education in nursing on pressure injury development, static air technology and proper support surface selection. Christie’s career began in a Level 1 Trauma Center, in Indianapolis, IN. Her passion for education began early in her career, with special interests in pressure injury prevention and education, which she has continued in home care, EPIC training and the support surface industry. Christie earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana and attended the M.D. Anderson Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurse Education Program at the University of Texas.
Shelley Lancaster is a clinical nurse specialist and WOCN at a large tertiary referral hospital in the Midwest. She has worked 35 years as a nurse, 30 years as a CNS and over 15 years as a WOCN. She has done bedside nursing in med surg, ICU, Open Heart Surgery Recovery and PACU (recovery room) and has served as Nursing Director and Magnet Program Director in past roles. Shelley is passionate about pressure injury prevention and using EHOB products to help change lives and patient trajectories. She once had buttons made for caregivers in her hospital that said “A Waffle a Day Keeps Shelley Away!” She truly believes in the simple effectiveness of static air and the high value approach to health care that the EHOB product line offers patients across the care continuum.
Charlotte Lisco is a Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse currently on staff at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, California. Charlotte has over 10 years of nursing experience ranging from Registered Nurse in the Oncology Unit to Clinical Nurse Educator to her current position as CWOCN. Her immediate responsibilities at Kaiser include the direct care of patients with gastrointestinal and genitourinary stomas and incontinence disorders, acute/chronic wounds and fistulas. Her direct care encompasses the complete care continuum and includes assessment, planning, interventions and evaluation of identified acute care patients in accordance with Kaiser Permanente’s mission of “delivering high quality, customized healthcare in a personal and affordable way”. Having worked as both a nurse educator and a clinician gives Charlotte a unique advantage in her daily routine. She understands the needs of the patients plus the concerns of the clinicians…and has the formal training to successfully educate both.
Sue Hill has been a Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse in the Phoenix, Arizona area since 1995. She currently works part time in the Wound, Ostomy, Continence department at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. She has also been an independent clinical consultant with various healthcare companies, developing and providing educational programs and materials on wound and ostomy care. Sue’s nursing experience has covered a wide spectrum of specialties. In her early days as a staff nurse, Sue worked in areas including pediatrics, med-surg, orthopedics, nutritional support, and home health. The next phase of Sue’s career introduced her to Wound, Ostomy and Continence nursing where she has worked in acute care, long term care, home health, and out-patient services; she developed and managed the In-Patient WOCN Services at Banner Baywood Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital and the Outpatient Wound/Ostomy Center in Mesa, Arizona. Through her diverse professional experience, Sue understands the day-to-day challenges faced by nurses in all areas of the healthcare continuum — but, it is her focus in wound and ostomy care that has made her such a champion in the WOCN community.
Sue Partridge is a British born Retired Wound and Skin Care Clinician and Educator residing in Ontario Canada. She has over twenty-five years of nursing experience in multiple positions and departments within the acute care hospital, spending the last 9 years of her career as Wound care Lead. In her role, she developed and managed a Wound-care Program for a 320-bed acute care facility. She pioneered a hospital wide focus on Pressure Injury Prevention and treatment with great success using EHOB products. She developed a multi-hospital Prevalence and Incidence program for the Greater Toronto and Niagara area while sharing the results that she achieved in her hospital. Although retired she is still actively involved in the advances in Wound care, Products, Surfaces and Guidelines on the Wound Care Niagara committee.
Sharon Lucich is a Physical Therapist and with over 30 years of experience in the acute, outpatient, and extended care settings, spending the last 20 years in wound management. She was Adjunct Professor for 12 years, teaching the wound management curriculum in a doctorate Physical Therapy program. Concurrently, Sharon spent 9 years as a Clinical Consultant, expanding her reach in the clinical and industrial setting, focusing on wound education, pressure injury prevention, and product development. Currently, Sharon is a Senior Clinical Account Manager with EHOB, Inc, focusing on pressure injury prevention education and strategizing ways to improve clinical outcomes. She is an active member of the Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management within the American Physical Therapy Association and is a Certified Wound Specialist. Sharon earned her BS degree in Physical Therapy from Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis (IUPUI), IN in 1986, and became a Certified Wound Specialist in 2006.