Wound Care

Many people suffer from chronic wounds that can cause a variety of issues and affect their quality of life.

Our Center for Wound Care offers a patient-centered approach to treating hard to heal wounds.

Our skilled physicians and clinicians are dedicated to diagnosing, treating and providing wide-ranging care designed to heal your wounds and prevent recurrence.

Many factors can affect how quickly your wound heals. Diabetes, weight gain, heart disease, poor circulation, autoimmune reasons and medication are just a few of the causes that can slow down or stop a wound from healing.

If you notice your wound getting larger or deeper or if it does not begin to show signs of healing within 2-4 weeks, contact your physician. Your wound may be infected if you notice increased pain or drainage, odor, redness/warmth around the wound, tenderness or swelling or fever/chills. Contact your physician.

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The Center for Wound Care at UM Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
510 Upper Chesapeake Drive
Pavilion II, Suite 409
Bel Air, MD 21014
443-643-3500

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Our Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. Parking is available in the parking garage and any designated surface parking lots.

These are the forms you will need for your appointment at the Center for Wound Care:

Medical History Form
Patient Commitment Form