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DeKalb Medical Wound Care Procedures

The DeKalb Medical Comprehensive Wound Care Center provides specialized treatment, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, for chronic or non-healing wounds, which are defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly gotten better during the course of conventional treatment.

These wounds can cause severe health risks and may result in life-threatening infections, possible amputation and debilitating health problems. With the state-of-the-art treatment available at the DeKalb Medical Comprehensive Wound Care Center, however, people with slow-healing wounds no longer have to suffer. Our comprehensive approach can heal wounds that have resisted other treatments, and help you avoid loss of limbs, reduce incidence of recurrence and get your life back.

Latest News

DeKalb Medical completes renovations to Comprehensive Breast Center
March 05, 2015

DeKalb Medical recently completed an 8,5000 sq ft. renovation to the Comprehensive Breast Center at the North Decatur campus. Through the generosity of Foundation donors, the facility features state-of- the-art upgrades and equipment that will allow DeKalb Medical to continue to provide the best comprehensive breast care in Atlanta.

DeKalb Medical celebrates Baby Friendly designation and 5 STAR recognition
February 24, 2015

DeKalb Medical held a special luncheon on Monday at the Dr. M. Bobbie Bailey Tower to celebrate becoming the first hospital in Georgia to achieve international “Baby-Friendly” Hospital Initiative (BFHI) designation from Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. In addition to the “Baby-Friendly” designation, the hospital was also awarded a 5-STAR Hospital Recognition from the Georgia Department of Public Health.

DeKalb Medical to hold heartburn education seminar
February 16, 2015

In conjunction with National Heart Health Awareness Month, DeKalb Medical will hold an education seminar on Thursday, Feb. 19, at the DeKalb Medical Theatre to discuss heartburn causes, effects and solutions. The seminar is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.

2701 North Decatur Road Decatur, GA 30033
404.501.1000
Patient Inquiries: 404.501.5200

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