Many primary care doctors refer patients to us. However, you do not need a referral to work with one of our wound care specialists. We see many people with diabetes and vascular disease. We also treat burns and wounds from radiation, traumatic injury and surgery.

If you have a wound that has not healed within 30 days, make an appointment to see us.

Experience the Blessing Difference: Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center

Wounds that do not heal properly can interfere with your day-to-day life, causing pain and mobility problems. We offer:

  • Expert wound care: We have both certified wound care nurses and doctors who are board-certified in wound care. These certifications mean that we have specialized knowledge about how to treat chronic wounds. We are the only program in the area to offer this level of care. Learn more about chronic wounds.

  • Excellent outcomes: We diagnose the underlying problem with a wound that won’t heal and treat accordingly. This approach is very effective. We are able to heal as many as 95 percent of people within 12 weeks.

  • Access to multiple specialists: With our services, you can be assured continuity of care. We help coordinate care with many other specialists, including vascular surgeons and plastic surgeons across the region.

  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a noninvasive treatment that helps wounds heal faster. Blessing is one of the only hospitals in the region to offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and the only one with a monoplace chamber, a private hyperbaric chamber that holds only one patient. Learn more about how hyperbaric oxygen therapy works.

  • Focus on saving limbs: People with chronic wound conditions are at an increased risk for losing a limb. Losing a limb affects every aspect of your life, including your health. We focus on healing wounds to avoid amputation, taking special care with diabetic patients. Learn more about how we treat diabetic foot ulcers.

Contact Us

To schedule an appointment with a Blessing wound care specialist or refer a patient, please call (217) 228-5535.