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Wound Care Services

Our wound center at Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) offers a variety of specialized services to meet our patients' wound care needs. We work closely with Team Home Health and can provide nutritional interventions to treat the whole individual.

Nurses are available after hours for continued patient support through our hotline.

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Our wound care staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have by calling (717) 485-2855. FCMC's qualified staff are here to help you during your healing process.

Click here for Wound Care Services Brochure

Do you suffer from any of the following?

All Non-healing wounds
Venous Ulcers
Arterial Ulcers
Diabetic Ulcers
Pressure Ulcers
Surgical Wounds
Animal Bites
Traumatic Wounds
Hidradenitis Suppurativa

What our Patients say

Koontz “Impressed” with Wound Care Treatment
Dr. Gerald Gronborg, DPM, blazed the trail from Bedford to McConnellsburg. Brad Koontz elected to follow it.
The Bedford resident has been a patient with Dr. Gronborg for several years with his diabetic wounds. When the podiatrist started at Fulton County Medical Center last fall, Koontz set foot for the first time at FCMC’s Wound Center.
“Impressed,” said Koontz, matter-of-factly when asked to describe his experience at the Wound Center. “Dr. Gronborg has always been caring, compassionate and always accessible. That hasn’t changed. And the ladies here at the Wound Center – Christine and Buffy – who have overseen my treatments are always on top of their game. A lot of compassionate people are here at Fulton County Medical Center.”

Scott Kline has reacquainted himself with McConnellsburg.
A former JLG employee in the early 2000s, the Six Mile Run resident from around the Saxton area has taken a liking to Fulton County Medical Center.
“I knew the community had a hospital, but that’s all I thought it was…a hospital,” said Kline, who’s being treated weekly for diabetic wounds by Dr. Gronborg. “I had no idea of the other services here. When Dr. Gronborg said he was coming to Fulton County, I asked if I could still be seen by him here.”
The answer would be a resounding YES.
“Cleanliness, the doctors and nurses know what they’re doing here,” said Kline when asked of his first impressions of FCMC. “It’s a lot better here than some of the other places I’ve been to, trust me.”
Speaking of trust, Kline has that with Dr. Gronborg. “I’ve been seeing him for the past 12 or 13 years. I don’t plan on changing that.”
And about “that hospital in McConnellsburg,” Kline is exploring some additional services that he now knows is offered at Fulton County Medical Center.
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