United Memorial Medical Center is pleased to announce that we added a new service line to our growing hospital system: a specialized Wound Care Center®. This additional service allows United Memorial to offer a more comprehensive wound care program to manage chronic or non-healing wounds caused by diabetes, circulatory problems, and other conditions.
The advanced center will house two new hyperbaric chambers and four treatment rooms in the 3,800-square-foot facility. The center, located at the Hospital at 127 North St., Batavia opened with limited services on Sept. 27, 2011. This week, the center became fully operational.
The United Memorial Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center is designed to complement the services offered by patients' primary care physicians – in fact, we should think of it an extension of a physician’s practice. Patients will receive outstanding, professional and courteous attention in a timely fashion, and will always be returned to the referring physician once the healing is satisfactory. This addition is part of our goal to provide a complete system of medical and professional care to our patients.
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