Managing chronic wounds is a significant concern to those caring for rural and underserved populations. The cost of managing these wounds is extensive and living with chronic wounds contributes to decreased quality of life for patients. Research supporting the benefits of evidence-based wound care is abundant, illuminating the positive outcomes for patients, staff and cost effectiveness for health care facilities. Improving the care of underserved and rural populations supports the stated mission of Frontier Nursing University. The purpose of this Clinical Doctorate Capstone Project was to provide an education initiative that includes evidence-based chronic wound care to health care providers at Hopi Health Care Center. The project focused on wound care education to increase knowledge and introduce utilization of evidence-based protocols that will assist the health care providers in assessment, documentation, and clinical decision making about wound care for the purpose of improving: 1) awareness, 2) confidence, and 3) attitudes about wound care. The outcome objectives were measured by quantitative method utilizing data collected from a Likert scale. A survey will be completed using a 5-point Likert scale with classifications evaluating: 1) awareness of wound care, 2) confidence in wound care, and 3) attitudes about wound care. The survey was completed at the beginning and end of the education initiative to evaluate the difference from the original scores and changes associated with the intervention. The results of the Likert scale were treated as ordinal data and were analyzed by descriptive statistics. These results were then collated into bar charts and the mean was used to determine the average response. A non-parametric Wilcoxon signed-rank test was used to compare the difference in the pre and post surveys.