Wound care center in Dublin, Georgia

A non-healing or severe wound can greatly impact your quality of life. The Wound Center at Fairview Park Hospital is here to provide the treatment you need to promote healing and get you on the road to recovery. Our treatment team includes wound specialist doctors with years of experience treating acute and chronic wounds. We are by your side every step of the way, from providing specialized treatment to answering questions and scheduling appointments for follow-up services.

Our center is equipped with the latest technologies in wound treatment, including hyperbaric chambers for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Patients at The Wound Center benefit from a multidisciplinary approach to wound care, meaning not only are you cared for by a wound care doctor, but you also receive one-on-one access to physicians in other medical specialties who assist in the wound healing process.

Are you looking for advanced wound care treatment? You can schedule an appointment at our wound center by calling (478) 274-3730.

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Advanced wound treatment options

Chronic and severe wounds may result from a variety of conditions and factors. Whether caused by a medical condition such as diabetes or a side effect following radiation treatment, our wound doctors are here to help. We commonly care for patients with:

  • Burns
  • Diabetic wounds
  • Infections
  • Pressure injuries, such as bedsores
  • Radiation injuries

Our team provides wound care on an inpatient and outpatient basis. If you are admitted to the hospital with a severe wound, your treatment can begin right away with our dedicated inpatient services. For patients dealing with chronic wounds, our outpatient services are available for continued, individualized care over time that alleviates pain and discomfort while promoting healing.

You may benefit from one or more of our treatment options, which include:

  • Biological skin applications
  • Compression therapy
  • Debridement
  • Dressing changes
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Negative pressure wound therapy


The Wound Center at Fairview Park Hospital was named a Center of Excellence Award recipient in wound care by Healogics. This award is presented to centers dedicated to wound care by ensuring the best possible outcomes in wound healing, in the shortest time, with the highest patient satisfaction.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)

Oxygen is crucial to the proper healing of any wound. Sometimes, a wound may not be receiving the amount of oxygen it needs, inhibiting its ability to heal on its own. HBOT is an advanced wound treatment option that increases the flow of oxygen in the body. During treatment, you will enter a hyperbaric chamber where the air pressure is adjusted while you breathe in 100 percent oxygen. You will remain in the chamber for a short period of time.

HBOT is a non-invasive, painless treatment option. It has demonstrated many advantages toward wound healing, including:

  • Decreasing risk for future amputation when dealing with diabetic leg or foot wounds
  • Helping fight infection and prevent future problems from occurring
  • Increasing oxygen flow to oxygen-starved areas of the body
  • Promoting new skin growth
  • Stimulating cell growth and regeneration to kickstart wound healing
  • Stimulating small blood vessels

Outpatient wound care services

When you first arrive at The Wound Center, you will undergo a thorough evaluation to determine the type of wound you are dealing with and any underlying problems that may be preventing healing. After completing several diagnostic tests, you will meet with one of our wound specialists to develop a wound treatment program tailored to your needs. Our doctors remain on the forefront of research and new innovations in wound care, so your treatment is based on medically proven therapies.

Once your treatment begins, you will visit The Wound Center regularly to receive ongoing wound care. The length of treatment will vary from patient to patient based on their wound and other individual health factors. Our team will educate you on how to properly care for your wound at home between your outpatient visits. Caring for your wound is critical to healing so that it is protected against additional complications, such as infection.

Outpatient wound care is available at The Wound Center Monday through Thursday from 7:30am to 5:30pm. We are closed on Fridays. Outpatient wound services are offered in a separate medical building one block away from the main hospital. To speak with a member of our team about scheduling an evaluation for a chronic wound, you can call us at (478) 274-3730.