Wound Care

Over six million Americans suffer from wounds that do not heal properly. Many times patients are unaware that they should see a specialist who can help their recurring wound. Complications from diabetes, radiation treatments, vascular disorders and traumatic injuries are a few of the common causes of wounds that do not heal well. The Wound Healing Center part of Columbus Regional Healthcare System can help you. Wound Care, it’s our specialty.

Get directions to our Wound Care clinic. 


800 Jefferson Street, Suite 101
Whiteville, NC 28472

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Treatments Offered

  • Advanced wound dressings
  • Adult Stem Cell Therapy
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
  • Skin substitutes (a better alternative to skin grafts)
  • Negative pressure wound therapy
  • Compression
  • Lymphedema Treatment

What sets us apart?

  • The center offers the newest technological advances in wound healing, including advanced wound dressings, skin substitutes that take the place of skin grafts, negative pressure wound therapy and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
  • The first of its kind in the region of Columbus, Bladen, Brunswick and New Hanover counties, offering hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), an advanced therapy for patients who suffer from chronic wounds that are not responding to traditional therapies. HBOT places people in a pressurized chamber where they breathe 100 percent oxygen. The treatment delivers more oxygen to the body’s tissues which can help heal wounds and possibly save limbs of people with diabetes.
  • WHC offers a comprehensive program which includes a personalized treatment plan for each patient designed for their particular needs along with a full assessment and medical exam.
  • Specialized clinical staff with advanced training and expertise in wound care management

Treating Wounds Caused By

  • Advanced age
  • Arterial disease
  • Burns
  • Compromised immune system
  • Diabetes
  • Infection
  • Pressure Wounds
  • Radiation treatments
  • Surgery
  • Trauma
  • Venous disease

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