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NHRMC Expands Advanced Wound Care Services

By Staff Reports, posted Apr 2, 2021
New Hanover Regional Medical Center Wound Care Clinic is now treating children and teens needing specialized treatments.
 
NHRMC expanded the service because there are no other wound clinics in the region that accept patients under 18, Candice Curtin, director of the Wound Care Clinic, said in a press release.
 
The clinic is accepting pediatric patients of all ages treats “every wound type,” Curtin said, including trauma wounds, nonhealing surgical wounds, pressure injuries, burns and post-radiation injuries.
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