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Fulton County Hospital

Wound Care Services


          Charles Grinder, APRN

Office Hours


8:00 am - 5:00 pm


We are located just to the left of the North Arkansas Family Clinic


Phone: 870.895.6041

Fax:  870.895.3660

Wound Care Team

        Shyannia Smoot, RN/Wound Nurse

        Amy Abney, RN/Wound Coordinator

  Charles Grinder, APRN  Wound Specialist

To develop the best treatment plan we consider psychological, social and physical factors. We work closely with your primary care or referring physician to ensure the best possible outcome. We also place a major emphasis on education, teaching you how to care for your injury to enhance the healing process.



  • Arterial Disease Ulcers

  • Burns

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers

  • Pressure Ulcers

  • Venous Ulcers

  • Edema Control

  • Severe Infections

  • Snake Bites

  • Spider and Insect Bites

  • Traumatic Injury

  • Soft Tissue Radionecrosis

Length of Treatment

The length of the treatment is determined by the patient’s needs, as recommended by Dr Anston Wound Care Specialist.


We accept referrals from any physician’s clinic, hospital or nursing facilities.

Local Care

Our Wound Care Center is a great asset to Fulton County residents and surrounding areas who are not able or willing to travel.


Wound Care accepts Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.



Does this mean I have to change my doctor?

No. Our office will work with your primary physician and will keep them informed on all aspects of treatment and provide frequent progress reports.

What can I expect at the first appointment?

During your first visit, our wound care staff will review your medical history. They will assess the wound/wounds and order test -blood work or x-ray- that may need to be done. They will then discuss recommendations for your treatment plan. Please bring medical records if available, current medication list and photo ID and insurance cards.

What causes non-healing wounds?

Wounds may not heal properly due to a number of factors including: diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease and immobility.

Are non-healing wounds common?

It is estimated that 5 million Americans suffer from chronic non-healing wounds. Approximately, 1.5 million are related to diabetes.

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