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Wound Care Supplies & Dressings

More than 6 million Americans are treated for chronic wounds each year.  That is 6 million Americans who need supplies to treat wounds with specialty dressings that help the wound heal faster and help you get back to a normal routine. If you are of these millions looking for wound care supplies to treat your surgical wound, diabetic foot wound, venous ulcer, lymphedema or pressure ulcer, CCS Medical provides you with the best quality wound care products.

CCS Medical is not just a medical supply company; we’re your partner with all of your wound care needs. You’ll speak with a dedicated wound care specialist who can help you control and manage your injury or surgical wound. We are proud to carry a complete line of wound dressings, compression stockings, compression socks, compression pumps, orthotics and off-loading supplies to help you heal and regain mobility. 

Why Choose CCS Medical For Your Wound Care Dressings

  • We offer reliable home delivery on all of your wound care supplies.
  • We process insurance paperwork, so you don’t have to.
  • No up-front costs aside from your insurance co-pays or deductibles.
  • We offer a variety of quality wound care products to help you heal faster.

It only takes one call to start receiving your home delivery medical supplies. Call CCS Medical today at 1-800-690-1255 or complete the enrollment form on the left to have our Customer Service Representatives contact you. 

Enjoy the convenience of home delivery.

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Health and Wellness Tip

If you or your loved one has uninterrupted time sitting in a chair or wheelchair, repositioning should be done every hour.  Also body weight should be shifted every 15 minutes.  This can help to reduce the risk of developing a pressure ulcer.