Ohio Valley Hospital’s The Wound Care Center®
Seven million Americans suffer from wounds that refuse to heal. Ohio Valley Hospital supports one of this region’s most renowned Wound Care Centers. Thousands of chronic wounds have been successfully treated here by some of the finest wound care specialists in Western Pennsylvania.
In 2016, The Wound Care Center® had a patient satisfaction rate above 92% AND a wound healing rate of more than 93%!
Most wounds heal without special treatment. However, a wound that shows no progress in four weeks or fails to heal completely in eight weeks, requires the attention of our wound care specialists. These wounds are typically associated with complications from diabetes or other vascular disorders, but can also come from pressure sores or ulcers, radiation injury, trauma injury, and gangrene.
You do not need a physician referral to make an appointment.
For more information about The Wound Care Center®, please take a look at our brochures.
Location and Contact Us
Most major forms of insurance are accepted, including Highmark and UPMC.
We have two convenient locations.
556 Pine Hollow Road
Kennedy Township, PA 15136
We are located in the same building as the Hospital’s Pain Treatment Center.
We are located in the same building, but our address has changed. Please continue to use 500 Pine Hollow Road for GPS directions.
Call 412-250-2600 for our hours or to make an appointment at our Kennedy Township location.
Mt. Nebo Commons
107 Mt. Nebo Pointe Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Call 412-847-7500 for our hours or to make an appointment at our North Hills location.
Philip Georgevich, M.D.
Philip Georgevich, M.D. is the Medical Director of The Wound Care Center® in our Kenmawr Plaza office and in our Mt Nebo office. Dr. Georgevich began his healthcare career upon graduating from the University of Pittsburgh. Throughout his career, he completed fellowships in Vascular Surgery and Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. His mastery of surgical procedure has been honed through extensive research, presentations, and regular attendance at national and regional conferences. He has worked at Ohio Valley Hospital for 30 years.