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Wound clinic now known as UPMC Wound Healing Services at UPMC Horizon

FARRELL, April 25, 2012– UPMC Horizon’s wound care service line has undergone a name change but will continue to offer a comprehensive program to those suffering from hard to heal wounds.

The UPMC Horizon Center for Wound Treatment and Hyperbaric Medicine is now known as UPMC Wound Healing Services at UPMC Horizon. The center, located at 2120 Likens Lane, Farrell, still offers the same services, which include hyperbaric oxygen therapy and other treatment options for acute and chronic difficult-to-heal wounds.

UPMC Wound Healing Services at UPMC Horizon is a multi-disciplinary program made up of a variety of physician specialties, including infectious disease, internal medicine, podiatry, orthopaedics, and vascular surgery. In addition, the center’s staff includes two certified wound, ostomy, and continence nurses who have received advanced training in caring for patients with chronic wounds and ostomies.

For more information about services available through UPMC Wound Healing Services at UPMC Horizon, call 724-983-7970.

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110 North Main St.
Greenville, PA 16125

UPMC Horizon–Shenango Valley
2200 Memorial Drive
Farrell, PA 16121

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