The Wound Healing Center, located at Chestnut Plaza, Suite F, is under the medical direction of David Busby, M.D. Dr. Busby graduated from Ouachita Baptist University and from the University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, and has completed specialized training for Wound Care.
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