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Nearly all of us, at some point in our lives, have had a wound such as a cut, a graze, a burn or a surgical incision. We each have experienced the natural process of watching it heal. However not all wounds heal so easily. The normal healing process can be disrupted for many reasons and some wounds can take months to heal, causing pain, discomfort and an increased risk of infection.
For individuals that suffer from this chronic problem, there is hope for healing at the Martha Jefferson Hospital's Wound Care Services.
Chronic wound care is complex by nature and each wound has its own individual requirements to promote healing. Thus, each patient with a chronic wound requires the right balance of specialized care that addresses his or her particular health needs, encourages healing and prevents recurrence.
We offer a multidisciplinary group of physicians and nurses who provide comprehensive care to patients with chronic, complex or non-healing wounds.
We are committed to providing a comprehensive plan of care that utilizes evidence-based practices and is individualized for each patient to maximize wound healing and prevent recurrence.
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We offer personalized and compassionate care.
Additionally, we work closely with the Vascular Center, Diabetes, Nutrition Services, Outpatient physical and occupational therapy.
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“The kindness of the staff is just amazing. The care they took to take care of me could not be more loving. Thank you for what you have done for me to heal me fast.”
“Top notch office both for cleanliness as well as for efficiency. Doctors and staff are very knowledgeable and considerate of their patient.”
“I want to thank the entire staff in my time of need. You were there for me and that is something you don’t get any more. You give service with a smile and have a wonderful rapport.”
Martha Jefferson Wound Care is located at 1490 Pantops Mountain Place, Suite 105, in Charlottesville. We are on the first floor of the CRL Surgical & Radiology Associates building.
A referral is required.
To request an appointment, call (434) 654-8570 and fax your referral to (434) 654-5298.
Monday-Thursday: 7:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.