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MSMG Wound Care - Abingdon

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16000 Johnston Memorial Dr.
Ste. 313
Abingdon, VA 24211
276-258-3770\t
36.7226195
-81.9117949

Welcome to Mountain States Medical Group-Wound Care in Abingdon

We understand that wound care concerns are serious health matters. That’s why our experienced team is compelled to educate and share preventive measures whenever possible.  

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you are at a much higher risk for complications from wounds. Since diabetics have decreased blood flow, injuries take longer to heal and may require special attention. If you have been diagnosed with this disease, please take every precaution to prevent even the smallest of injuries from occurring. But if you discover an injury, even a tiny cut, let us help ensure you receive proactive care as soon as possible.

As one of the leading health concerns in our region, diabetes can be a life-changing diagnosis and wound care is one of its’ most common complications. But our team is ready to earn your trust and help you reach your full health potential.

Learn more about peripheral artery disease (PAD) and the advanced treatment options we offer.

What's New

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Ballad Health, ETSU partner to create fellowship program in addiction medicine

ETSU and Ballad Health announced a partnership to create a new fellowship program in addiction medicine. Ballad Health will fund any un-reimbursed costs of the program, which could cost more than $2.5 million over 10 years. ... read more about Ballad Health, ETSU partner to create fellowship program in addiction medicine.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Ballad Health’s Wine Women & Shoes event raises $159,000 to enhance breast cancer screening programs

Nearly 800 local women will receive assistance through proceeds from this fourth annual event, held at the Virginian Golf Club. Wine Women & Shoes gives underserved women the ability to receive lifesaving exams and screenings, such as 3-D mammograms, breast MRI tests and genetic analyses and counseling. ... read more about Ballad Health’s Wine Women & Shoes event raises $159,000 to enhance breast cancer screening programs .

Friday, June 8, 2018

Ethan Collins named chief nursing officer at Smyth County Community Hospital

Praised as both an excellent bedside nurse and an insightful leader, Ethan Collins has been appointed as Smyth County Community Hospital’s chief nursing officer. He will also serve as chief nursing officer at Francis Marion Manor Health & Rehabilitation and Smyth County Home Health. ... read more about Ethan Collins named chief nursing officer at Smyth County Community Hospital .

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What's New

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Ballad Health, ETSU partner to create fellowship program in addiction medicine

ETSU and Ballad Health announced a partnership to create a new fellowship program in addiction medicine. Ballad Health will fund any un-reimbursed costs of the program, which could cost more than $2.5 million over 10 years. ... read more about Ballad Health, ETSU partner to create fellowship program in addiction medicine.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Ballad Health’s Wine Women & Shoes event raises $159,000 to enhance breast cancer screening programs

Nearly 800 local women will receive assistance through proceeds from this fourth annual event, held at the Virginian Golf Club. Wine Women & Shoes gives underserved women the ability to receive lifesaving exams and screenings, such as 3-D mammograms, breast MRI tests and genetic analyses and counseling. ... read more about Ballad Health’s Wine Women & Shoes event raises $159,000 to enhance breast cancer screening programs .

Friday, June 8, 2018

Ethan Collins named chief nursing officer at Smyth County Community Hospital

Praised as both an excellent bedside nurse and an insightful leader, Ethan Collins has been appointed as Smyth County Community Hospital’s chief nursing officer. He will also serve as chief nursing officer at Francis Marion Manor Health & Rehabilitation and Smyth County Home Health. ... read more about Ethan Collins named chief nursing officer at Smyth County Community Hospital .