For most people, the body heals naturally when it has a wound. But some wounds may be slow to heal, and you may require specialized treatment at our Wound Center. Non-healing wounds can occur for many reasons, including diabetes or other chronic diseases, poor circulation, nutritional status or age, and body size.
Crisp Regional Wound Care treats patients recovering from diabetic, arterial, surgical, trauma, or other non-healing wounds, as well as burns and pressure ulcers. Most patients are referred after an inpatient hospital stay or from their personal physician. We also accept self-referrals. We will see patients of all ages who would benefit from wound care.
Our clinic is located across the street from Crisp Regional Hospital.
By appointment, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Our team is comprised of nurses with wound care certification and many years of experience, as well as a physician assistant and our medical director, a general surgeon.
Vince Culpepper, MD
Medical Director, Crisp Regional Wound Care
Certified in Wound Care by the American Board of Wound Healing
Jessica Hart, PA
Crisp Regional Wound Care
State-of-the-art treatments include Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy, in-office debridement, total contact casting, compression therapy, edema management, and a large variety of skin grafts and advanced cellular products. We use an interdisciplinary care model that includes other services as needed, such as physical or occupational therapy, infectious disease management, laboratory or radiologic evaluation, nutritional management, pain management, and diabetic education.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance. We treat patients without regard to their ability to pay.
Crisp Regional Wound Center
307 East Third Avenue Cordele, GA 31015
Established: April 13, 2020
Location: 307 East Third Avenue Cordele, Ga 31015
Hours: 8:00a – 4:00p
Specializing in the treatment of non-healing, chronic wounds,
Crisp Regional Wound Center offers an evidence-based,
a systematic approach to advanced wound care.
In addition to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, the Center also employs negative pressure wound therapy, bio-engineered tissues, biosynthetic dressings, and growth factor therapies.
In the United States, chronic wounds affect 6.7 million people, and the incidence is expected to rise at two percent annually over the next decade. An aging population and increasing rates of diseases and conditions such as diabetes, obesity, and the late effects of radiation therapy contribute to the chronic wound epidemic. Untreated, chronic wounds can lead to diminished quality of life and possibly amputation of the affected limb.
As a Healogics Wound Care Center, the Center benefits from the company’s commitment to research to keep it on the leading edge of health care by utilizing their Clinical Practice Guidelines to ensure continuity of care, as well as a high standard of care.
Quick and easy visits with one of our providers
by video or phone call.
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