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Cambridge Medical Center

Wound Clinic

Wound Clinic

Wound Clinic
Cambridge Medical Center
701 South Dellwood Street
Cambridge, MN 55008

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The Wound Clinic at Cambridge Medical Center provides comprehensive care for non-healing wounds. Wound care at the clinic includes a variety of treatments, interventions and education related to healing, care and prevention strategies.

Appointments available

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

To make an appointment,
call 763-688-6421.

Our goal is to assess your needs, create an individualized treatment plan, monitor your progress toward healing and implement strategies to prevent wound recurrence. We can also coordinate referrals to additional specialists when necessary.

Our team members

The wound care providers at Cambridge Medical Center have completed post-graduate course work and national certification in the areas of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing (CWOCN). Wound Clinic services provide wound assessment, establish an individualized treatment plan, provide on-going evaluations and interventions and collaborate with the patient’s primary doctor and other medical specialists as needed.

The following specialties also work together as needed to provide comprehensive wound care: orthopedics, podiatry, nutritionists, physical therapy, dermatology, and vascular and general surgeons.


Terri Holm, RN, CWOCN

Denise Lindberg, RN, CWCN

Our healing process

Wound Clinic

The health care team at the Wound Clinic, will assess your situation, create a customized treatment plan, coordinate referrals to additional specialists if necessary and monitor your healing progress.

A plan of care will be created. Patients and family members will be instructed on how to care for the wound and assist in obtaining wound care supplies. Referrals to home health care agencies and other health care providers may be arranged. Your wound will be monitored until wound healing is complete.

Types of wounds treated include:

  • arterial and venous wounds
  • traumatic wounds
  • pressure ulcers ?
  • slow healing wounds
  • non-healing surgical wounds, burns, grafts and wounds related to diabetes.

Treatments offered through the Wound Clinic include:

  • advanced wound care dressings and products
  • debridement
  • compression therapy
  • negative pressure wound therapy
  • total contact casting and use of advanced wound care dressings and products.

The wound care team will identify factors that may impair wound healing. These may include:

  • wound infection
  • poor circulation
  • poor nutrition
  • smoking
  • medical issues such as diabetes ? or weight control
  • leg swelling
  • poor fitting footwear
  • mobility/immobility issues
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Pressure ulcers

A pressure ulcer is an area of skin that breaks down when constant pressure is placed against the skin.

Learn more about pressure ulcers in our health library.

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New patient instructions

New patients should bring the following to their first appointment: