Dr. Gupta grew up in New Jersey area and settled in the Washington area with his wife over a decade ago. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine and has also attained certification in Wound Care Medicine through National Alliance of Wound Care & Ostomy (NAWCO) and the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing (APWH).
Dr. Gupta is passionate about providing comprehensive wound care to a geriatric population. For over a decade he has been treating both chronic and acute wounds in hospital wound care centers and for residents of nursing facilities in the Maryland and Virginia area. Dr. Gupta has a strong background in general geriatric medicine and a dedication to address advanced medical conditions related to geriatrics and wound care.
Running, playing tennis, weight training and leading a healthy life. Dr. Gupta loves traveling and spending time with his family.
Wound Certifications and Training
National Alliance of Wound Care & Ostomy (NAWCO)
Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing (APWH)
Healogics/Diversified Clinical Services
Areas of Expertise
Chronic Disease Management
End of Life Care & Palliative Medicine
Inpatient (Hospital) Medicine
Management of Acute Medical Conditions
Management of Advanced Co-Morbidities
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Franklin Square Hospital
White Oak Medical Center
University of Maryland
Internship and Residency
MedStar Franklin Square
Doctor of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science
Our wound care nurses assist in wound rounds transferring and positioning the residents and changing dressings to enable proper evaluation of the area. The nurses improve wound round dynamics making care more productive for us and the facility staff involved in wound care. Moreover, these nurses have many years of wound care experience which makes their clinical input during wound rounds invaluable.
Our wound care nurses utilize their expertise to teach the facility nursing staff on proper wound treatment to be implemented outside of wound rounds. This extends beyond topical wound care to include proper patient positioning, compression therapy, and monitoring complications such as infections.
Our wound care nurses also document wound care in the nursing facility medical records and maintain a wound log for the nursing facility. Our nurses review SBAR, MDS, and other assessments to ensure proper documentation. This is pivot for state-surveys as well as upholding CMS and Joint Commission guidelines.