Wound Care Clinic

Pocahontas Memorial Hospital’s new Wound Care Clinic now provides a wide variety of services for wounds and ulcers, by Certified Wound Care specialists.

What is Wound Care?

Wound Care is available for wounds that have not healed with conventional methods of treatment after a four week period. Wound Care is available from our Certified Wound Specialists.

What types of wounds can be treated?

Barbara Lay, CEO, congratulates Dr. Jeffry Pilney on the opening of the new Wound Care Clinic.

Treatment and care is available for a variety including: pressure, venous, arterial, and diabetic ulcers; minor burns, acute wounds; sutures and suture removal; skin lesions; removal of small lumps and bumps; lymphedema; cellulitis; gangrene/necrosis; osteomyelitis; surgical infections, wound dehiscence; wound vac management; soft tissue biopsy; debridement; and crush injuries as well as chronic wound management.

Who provides wound care?

Wound Care is provided by our Certified Specialist Dr. Jeffry Pilney.

How do I make an appointment?

Wound Care is available on Wednesdays by appointment.  Contact us with questions or to make an appointment at 304-799-7400.

 

Click here for a story by Allegheny Mountain Radio on the new Wound Care Clinic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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