PINEHURST – Jeffrey Gibbons, M.D., has been named the first full-time wound care physician for the FirstHealth Wound Care and Hyperbaric Centers at Moore Regional Hospital and Richmond Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Gibbons, who has an extensive background and training in the care and treatment of chronic non-healing wounds, had previously worked one day a week at the centers. Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, he received his medical degree from Oklahoma University College of Medicine and completed his residency at York Hospital, York, Pa.
New to the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Centers staff is family nurse practitioner Ann Poplin, FNP-C, R.N. Poplin earned her associate degree in nursing from Cabarrus Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, her B.S. in nursing from Wingate College and her M.S. in nursing from Duke University. She has also received a Certificate of Completion in wound, ostomy and continence (WOC) nursing from Emory University.
With their full-time employment with the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Centers, Dr. Gibbons and Poplin now provide clinic days as well as inpatient consultations at Moore Regional and Richmond Memorial to offer a continuum of care for patients at both hospitals.
For more information on the FirstHealth Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, call (910) 715-5901. For more information on the FirstHealth Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center at FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital, call (910) 417-3636.
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