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Marcus Gitterle, M.D., CWS, FACCWS

Physician - MD/DPM/DO
Wound and Hyperbaric Clinic, Wound care and HBOT, Emergency Medicine
State licensures: TX
Accepting new patients
Offering inter-professional consultations
Offering telemedicine consultations
Marcus Gitterle's Background
Graduate of University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio. Chief of Staff Christus Santa Rosa Hospital New Braunfels. Chief Medical Officer WoundCentrics, LLC. ABWM. Chief Scientist Advanced Clinical Management, LLC. Principal Investigator, US Army Institute for Surgical Research.

Dr. Gitterle is a co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of WoundCentrics, LLC, providing high functioning, system-based wound care programs in 12 states, including outpatient wound clinics, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, managed, provider-based inpatient wound care programs, and cross-continuum, community-wide outreach programs for wound care.

In addition, Dr. Gitterle serves as Regional Medical Director of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine for the Christus Santa Rosa hospital system, which spans 4 inpatient and outpatient wound care programs in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and an umbrella program that spans more than 60 facilities in the region, covered by 17 fellowship trained wound care providers.

Dr. Gitterle has served as a Principal Investigator with the US Army Institute for Surgical Research, utilizing genomics and transcriptomics to further understanding of the microbial populations which constitute human wound biofilm, and their implications for wound healing, and antimicrobial resistance.

Dr. Gitterle is co-developer of TetraNow, the broadest-spectrum topical antibiotic available. He founded the Leg Savers program at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital, San Antonio, Texas, the first one-phone-call limb salvage system in the region, providing expert amputation prevention services in an accessible, patient-centric, system-based format. Patients benefit from rapid evaluation, and access to the entire spectrum of amputation-prevention care, including Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Surgery, Podiatric Surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, Infectious Disease, Hyperbaric Medicine, and Wound Care Specialists.

Dr. Gitterle is actively engaged in teaching physicians and mid-level practitioners Hyperbaric Medicine and advanced Wound Care techniques and evidence-based approaches to cost effective care as a program director and clinical faculty member of Wound Care University.

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