McLeod Outpatient Wound Care Treats Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

McLeod Outpatient Wound Care seeks to heal injuries or skin ulcers that resist other treatments, while helping patients avoid amputation and recurrent infections. Our team of surgeons and wound care-certified nurses provides care to patients with slow-healing wounds.

The McLeod Outpatient Wound Care Program is located on the first floor of the McLeod Plaza in the Imaging Center, 800 E. Cheves Street. If you have questions about a wound or need more information, contact McLeod Outpatient Wound Care at
(843) 777-5646.

Medicare patients do not need a referral. Please call (843) 777-2095 to schedule your appointment.

  • Wound Care Covers a Wide Range of Wounds

    Advanced Treatments include:

    • Biological Skin Substitutes that include live cells
    • Total Contact Casting for Diabetic Ulcers (Gold Standard of Care)

    Types of Wounds Treated:

    • Non-healing Traumatic Wounds
    • Non-healing Surgical Wounds
    • Compromised Skin Grafts
    • Atypical Wounds
    • Arterial, Venous, Vasculitic and Sickle Cell Anemia Wounds
    • Diabetic Wounds
    • Malignancy Ulcers
    • Non-healing Radiation Burns
    • Burns (not over a joint)*
    • Cellulitis
    • Non-healing Cesarean/Hysterectomy Wounds