Hospital & Emergency Room
There is a growing need for wound care in the United States. Every year, there are between 1.1 and 1.8 million new cases and roughly 8 million Americans grappling with chronic wounds.
At CMH, the Advanced Wound Clinic treats conditions including:
Treatment delays may result in complications such as infection, hospitalization or even amputation. Get on the path to healing at our Advanced Wound Clinic.
The Advanced Wound Clinic at CMH treats wounds with exceptional care. We operate the clinic in partnership with Healogics, an organization that offers comprehensive wound care at 800 hospitals across 46 states.
The center is ideal for patients with wounds that have not completely healed in six weeks, or that have not begun to heal within four weeks.
Our Advanced Wound Clinic offers:
The center is staffed with physician specialists, wound care nurses, and other experts to provide the best possible care. Patients can enjoy convenient parking behind the hospital next to the clinic door. No physician referral is needed to make an appointment.
What is hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
Injured body tissue requires extra oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy promotes healing by helping to carry oxygen to the injured tissue.
Hyperbaric oxygen treatments are approved for many injuries and conditions:
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a proven way to help the body heal. The CMH Advanced Wound Clinic has two hyperbaric oxygen chambers available to patients.
Hyperbaric oxygen chambers contain air pressure that is three times higher than the standard, allowing the lungs to breathe in more oxygen than is possible at normal air pressure.
Inside the chamber, the patient inhales 100% oxygen. The increased oxygen then dissolves into the plasma to reduce swelling and promote swift healing.
For more information about the Advanced Wound Clinic, please call: 218-878-7601. The Clinic is open Monday–Thursday from 8am to 3:30pm, and Friday from 8am to 12pm.
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