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Wound Care Clinic


Wound Care Clinic Overview


Welcome to Bradley County Medical Center's Comprehensive Wound Healing Center. BCMC has partnered with RestorixHealth to provide this wonderful service to our patients on Tuesdays.

We're dedicated to healing wounds, preventing lower limb loss and optimizing outcomes for our patients.

If you or a loved one has a wound that is of concern or is not healing properly, we encourage,you to visit the wound center for an evaluation.

A wound that is not healing properly may be complicated by underlying conditions such as diabetes, circulation problems or previous radiation treatment. Sometimes, the simplest of wounds can turn into a significant problem because the body's normal healing process is affected. Other types of non-healing or difficult-to-heal wounds result from pressure, trauma or infection. Non-healing wounds can have serious health consequences and may adversely affect your quality of life.

Types of Wounds Treated


As a comprehensive wound healing center, we specialize in the treatment of all types of non-healing and difficult-to-heal wounds including:
→Diabetic foot ulcers
→Venous ulcers
→Pressure ulcers
→Non-healing, surgical wounds
→Arterial/ischemic ulcers
→Post-radiation injury to tissue or bone
→Traumatic wounds
→Infected wounds
→Crush injuries
→Compromised flaps or grafts

To schedule an appointment with BCMC's Wound Care Clinic, please call 877-295-2273.

BCMC News

BCMC Alters Visitation Policy to Reflect No Patient Left Alone Act


Bradley County Medical Center has made updates to its visitation policy to reflect the No Patient Left Alone that was recently signed into law in Arkansas.

This act states that a patient be allowed one support person who is permitted to be physically present on a daily basis at reasonable times throughout his or her hospitalization. Therefore, each patient may have one support person with them during normal visiting hours. In accordance with this new law, BCMC will allow one support person per patient during normal visiting hours.

Bradley County Medical Center reserves the right to limit or place visitor restrictions in certain situations including, but not limited to, when the presence of visitors would be medically or therapeutically harmful; interfere with the care or rights of any patient; visitors are engaging in violent, disruptive, or threatening behavior; or visitors are noncompliant with BCMC policy.