About our Crawley Centre

Our Wound Healing Centre in Crawley is based in Ifield Medical Practice, Lady Margaret Road in Crawley. We are opening a new centre in Saxonbrook Medical, Northgate Surgery on the 22nd January 2018.

Our opening times at Ifield Medical Practice are Monday - Friday, 0900-1600.

Our opening times at Northgate Surgery will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 0900 - 1600. Please note this Centre is temporarily closed due to a fire in the adjacent building (01/08/2019)

Our centres in Crawley treat patients with any type of chronic wound (excluding foot and pressure ulcers) who are registered with a GP in the Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG area. 

"We can only say thank you for the treatment and care you have given my husband. It has been excellent."

Patients will be referred to our service via their GP and can choose which centre they would prefer to attend.

We are also able to see patients who wish to be treated privately. Contact us for more information on the private services we can offer.


Pioneer Wound Healing and Lymphoedema Centre
Ifield Medical Practice
Lady Margaret Road
RH11 0BF

Northgate Surgery

Pioneer Wound Healing and Lymphoedema Centre
Saxonbrook Medical, Northgate Surgery,
Cross Keys House
14 Haslett Ave West
RH10 1HS

Phone: 01293 223028
Email: for general enquiries only. Please do not send any patient information to this email address.

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 9.00 am to 4.00 pm.

We close for lunch between 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm

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Conditions we treat in Crawley

Have a look at the conditions we treat and see if we can help you.

Surgical Wounds

When the stitches are removed or the stitches below the skin or adhesives dissolve the wound has usually healed.

Occasionally these wounds might not heal with these methods and may open up following removal of sutures or following an infection. This is...

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Pilonidal Sinus

Surgery is required when an infection develops in this area and it results in a cavity wound which requires frequent dressing. In many cases these wounds are dressed frequently and heal rapidly but in some cases, for a variety of reasons, these wounds...

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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

It can be part of a lymphoedema treatment programme; it helps reduce pain and discomfort and can prevent tissue fibrosis.

Our clinicians are qualified to provide full Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT).

MLD is performed directly onto the skin, so you will...

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Leg Ulcers

Leg Ulcers can usually be healed in 12-18 weeks depending on a variety of factors, with appropriate treatment.

Leg Ulcers can develop for a number of reasons and a key part of establishing the most effective treatment is to conduct a full assessment of...

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