Improving Wound Treatment Care
Are non-healing wounds an issue for you? Do you have chronic or acute non-healing wounds that never seem to heal as they should? Wounds that resist healing for longer than three weeks increase your risk for infection. If you suspect you may have problems with wound care treatment, ask your physician for a referral to the Wound Treatment Center at Gwinnett Medical Center.
Our highly skilled medical staff specializes in wound care management and works together to develop individualized patient plans using their years of experience and the most advanced technologies available to help aid your body’s healing process.
Because a variety of factors may prevent wounds from healing, our healthcare specialists look at the total picture of wound care, from treatment to reoccurrence to prevention. In addition, we are actively involved in research studies for chronic wounds, providing the latest innovations in wound care to our patients.
The types of wounds commonly evaluated include:
- Diabetic ulcers
- Pressure ulcers
- Venous stasis ulcers
- Traumatic wounds
- Infected or non-healing surgical wounds
- Small burns
Our entire team will be involved with you throughout your entire healing process. Team members include a certified wound care physician, certified wound ostomy and continence nurses, and a physical therapist certified in wound care.
The Wound Treatment Center
100 Medical Center Boulevard, Suite 165
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
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New Patient Forms
Are you a new patient? If so, please download and complete the applicable forms below.
For more information, please contact us at 678-312-2600. Or find a physician.
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