Baptist Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Baptist Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine provides a variety of high-quality treatment and advanced therapy options for complex wounds to promote healing and improve quality of life. We treat chronic as well as acute wounds. Services are provided by a compassionate team of physicians, nurses and technicians with leading-edge training in therapies for difficult-to-heal wounds.

We customize each treatment plan to meet your specific needs, including coordination with home health care staff and your primary care doctors. Our pledge is to put patients first to ensure that you receive outstanding, compassionate care.

If you or a loved one has a wound or an ulcer that has not started to heal within a month or has not healed entirely in two months, you may have what is referred to as a “chronic” or “non-healing” wound.

There are many factors that can cause a wound to become chronic and there are many types of wounds. Some wounds are associated with complications from diabetes or poor circulation. Other types result from pressure ulcers and trauma. Chronic, non-healing wounds can have serious health consequences and may adversely affect your quality of life.

What is a Chronic Wound?

A wound that fails to respond to treatment after four weeks or has not healed entirely in two months is considered to be a chronic wound. Often complicated by underlying conditions such as diabetes, circulation problems or previous cancer treatment, the simplest of wounds can turn into a significant problem because the body’s normal healing process is affected. Other types of chronic wounds result from pressure ulcers, trauma or infection.

Type of wounds treated (but not limited to)

  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Infected wounds
  • Compromised skin flaps and grafts
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Crush injuries
  • Burns
  • Radiation injury
  • Trauma wounds

Type of wounds treated (but not limited to)

  • Compression therapy
  • Diabetic foot management
  • Bioengineered tissue alternatives
  • Surgical revascularization
  • Labs, imaging, scans
  • Coordination of dietary and diabetes education services
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Offloading
  • Debridement of non-vitalized tissue
  • Specialty dressings that promote healing and limit the potential for infection
  • Topical prescription medications
  • Edema management
  • Negative pressure wound therapy

For more information about wound care management and the hyperbaric medicine and services we provide, call 850.434.4479.