Green Tree, PA Wound Healing Center
The specialized Wound Care Program at Squirrel Hill Center for Rehabilitation & Healing delivers comprehensive wound treatment to stimulate tissue growth and faster healing of chronic and non-healing wounds. Our certified wound care staff utilizes innovative, highly effective treatment protocols and the latest technology to achieve outstanding therapeutic results.
As one of Western Pennsylvania’s finest rehabilitation and nursing Centers, Squirrel Hill Rehab has earned an outstanding reputation for its compassionate and high caliber care. We know you just want to get back to living your regular lifestyle. Our personalized approach and comprehensive treatments will ensure that you’re back on your own two feet as quickly as possible.
Residents of Green Tree, PA recovering from surgical wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, burns, pressure sores or or any other hard-to-heal wounds benefit tremendously from this multidisciplinary program that includes the usage of IV antibiotics, specialized air mattresses, electric stimulation, infection control techniques and state-of-the-art equipment and devices.
Contact us today at 412-421-8443 to schedule a tour or request more information.
“I simply love each and every one here. I will recommend it to each and every one of my friends. I love it. I love my therapists. They helped me 100 percent. I can’t thank them enough for what they have done for me. I am happy to be here. Though there was my language barrier it almost felt we spoke the same language. It is beautiful here. The nurses and their aides came and asked me if I needed anything no matter what it was, or if I was in pain. They could tell when I was or wasn’t and helped me. I will miss them a lot when I go back home. I will miss all of you dearly.” – A. Haileysusus
Located about 15 minutes from Green Tree, loved ones will never be far during a stay at the Squirrel Hill Center for Rehabilitation & Healing
Green Tree is a borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States, and a suburb of Pittsburgh. The population was 4,432 at the 2010 census. Settled in 1793, the area stayed rural until the late 1800s, with paintings of the time showing farmland and a vineyard. Rook Station on the Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal Railway opened in 1904 which heralded an industrialisation of the area and the opening of a railroad yard and roundhouse.