Wound Healing Center Pruyn Pavilion at Glens Falls Hospital


100 Park St.
Lower Level
Glens Falls, NY 12801
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M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Wounds that do not heal can keep you from the activities you enjoy. The Wound Healing Center at Glens Falls Hospital offers a progressive approach to traditional wound healing, with an individualized treatment plan developed just for you.

Some of the reasons that a wound doesn’t heal include poor circulation, complications from diabetes, and infections. Wounds that are the result of pressure ulcers are also frequently slow to heal. People who have suppressed immune systems often have trouble with wounds.

Our Philosophy

A wound that is slow to heal is almost always a symptom of an underlying health problem. We seek out the cause of your wound and work with you on approaches and treatment plans to fix this underlying problem. While healing the wound is very important, we are just as committed to eliminating its cause. In this way, we can help you avoid future wounds.

We can help with the following types of wounds and conditions:

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Severe infections, including post-operative infections
  • Pressure ulcers, also known as bed sores
  • Burns, including radiation burns
  • Slow-to-heal wounds
  • Wounds due to poor circulation
  • Failing skin grafts
  • Plastic surgery recovery

Our team includes:

  • Physicians and surgeons who specialize in treating wounds
  • Wound care nurses
  • Physical and occupational therapists
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) techs
  • Dietitians


  • Interventions such as debridements, topical dressing, and advanced treatment modalities such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Laboratory and other specialty tests
  • Nutrition evaluation
  • Coordination of care with other health care providers
  • Physical therapy
  • Pressure relief
  • Prevention management
  • Surgical intervention

If you have a hard to heal wound, we encourage you to call us and schedule a visit for a wound evaluation. Be assured your treatment will begin immediately. Our goal is to heal all wounds within 12-16 weeks. This allows close observation and treatment of the wound and its causes. Once your wound is healed, we make sure that you understand how to prevent wounds from recurring.

Call for an appointment: 518-926-1500