Wound Care

The services you need to heal

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Adventist Health wound healing and hyperbaric medicine physicians and nurses provide comprehensive wound care using a multidisciplinary, whole-patient approach to wound healing. We specialize in the advanced treatment of wounds caused by a variety of ailments.

Collaborative approach

Our physicians and nurses use a case management model to coordinate multidisciplinary care between primary care physicians, specialists, home health and the patients themselves to achieve the optimal outcome for difficult-to-heal wounds. We use in-house vascular testing to provide the latest state-of-the-art care to our patients. We provide frequent updates to the multidisciplinary team to ensure that all members of the patient’s care team are informed of a patient’s progress.

Evidence-based medicine

We review the most recent literature and take an evidence-based approach to the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. We concentrate on providing the most effective and advanced therapies available for our patients.

Services include:

  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Advanced wound care products — application of biologics, negative-pressure wound therapy, antimicrobials, collagen, alginates, DACC technology, silver dressings
  • Sharp wound debridement
  • Epidermal autografting
  • TCOM (transcutaneous oxygen measurement)
  • Skin perfusion pressures
  • Luna vascular angiography
  • Offloading — total contact casting
  • High-compression wraps
  • Patient case management of wound care supplies

Conditions we treat

Our wound care team can treat a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Chronic radiation tissue injury:
    • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy to stimulate blood vessel growth in irradiated tissue, promote quicker healing and improve outcomes
    • Coordination of care with oncologist, gastroenterologist, urologist, general surgeon, or head and neck surgeons for the best treatment options
  • Nonhealing surgical wounds
    • Use of advanced wound care modalities, such as negative pressure wound therapy, to stimulate wound healing
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Arterial insufficiency ulcers
  • Venous leg ulcers
  • Skin graft and flap follow up and treatment
    • Follow-up wound care treatment for flaps and skin grafts
    • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for compromised flaps or grafts
    • Application of biologics for wound healing or in conjunction with skin grafting


We work diligently to have referrals scheduled for a visit within a week of receiving referrals. Referrals can be faxed to (503) 261-6789.


We accept most major insurance plans and even offer matching for plans out of network. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding insurance plans.