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Wound Treatment Center

505.609.6610
4251 English Road
Farmington, NM 87402

Hours:

Monday 8:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday 8:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

As our community continues to open and ease restrictions following San Juan County’s “Green” status, San Juan Health Partners wants to remind our patients not to delay their care. The doors to our clinics are unlocked and open. There is no longer a need to call ahead before you come in. We welcome you to come right in to check in for your appointment and continue your routine care.

We are offering in-person visits in our clinics as well as virtual visits when necessary. Patient and caregiver safety will continue to be our main focus, with the rigorous COVID-safe practices we’ve developed over the past year continuing. When you arrive for your appointment we will continue our screening process. Everyone who enters our buildings is respectfully asked to wear masks (please, no exhalation valves) and practice proper hand hygiene. We are complying with social distancing by providing designated seating in our waiting areas and we are escorting patients to private rooms as soon as possible to mitigate excess waiting.

Learn more about preparing for your in-person visit

San Juan Regional Medical Center Wound Treatment Center, (WTC) offers advanced technology, modern treatment options, and education for care and prevention of wounds. 


The services provided at the WTC are available for anyone experiencing a chronic, non-healing wound for 30 days or more. If you have a new injury, first go to your primary care doctor, San Juan Health Partners Urgent Care, or the emergency department to be evaluated. 


Common chronic wounds include diabetic foot ulcers and venous leg ulcers. Simple wounds can become a problem for people with medical illnesses like diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis. If you have a wound that is unimproved in thirty days it is time to have it evaluated.

Individuals who have had radiation therapy can have “late effects of radiation” that may not look like open wounds but are still serious. These effects vary depending on the area of the body that received radiation. Issues can include dental problems, swallowing difficulty, tight painful tissues, and bleeding from the bowel or bladder. The Wound Treatment Center has specialized treatment with high pressure oxygen available that can help.

Reach out to your Primary Care provider for a referral and be sure to check with your insurance as coverage can vary based on your specific carrier. Call 505.609.6610 to make an appointment.

Learn more about our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Ostomy Support 

We offer an Ostomy Support Group for patients who have had or will have an ostomy or continent diversion surgery. 

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