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Wound Care Unit

Based on national statistics, approximately 5 million Americans suffer from chronic wounds each year with more than a million new cases every year. A chronic wound is a wound that does not heal or may take years to do so. Chronic wounds can be caused by a number of conditions including diabetes and circulatory problems. OakBend Medical Center is proud to provide state-of-the-art therapy and advanced wound healing technology with scientifically proven treatment protocols and a level of service that continues to set national standards of excellence. While we focus on delivering advanced wound care, the comfort and needs of our patients are always the primary focus of our team.

  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Bone Infections
  • Gangrene
  • Post-Operative Infections
  • Non-Healing Surgical Wounds
  • Vascular Ulcers
  • Radiation Burns
  • Any wound present for more than 30 days and has failed to respond to conventional treatments

Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment:

  • Increased oxygen delivery to wound or injured tissue
  • Greater blood vessel formation
  • Increased speed of wound healing
  • Preservation of damaged tissue
  • Preservation of damaged tissue

 

Resources:

If you are one of the 5 million Americans living with chronic, non-healing wounds, contact us today. A referral from your primary physician is required. By working with your physician, our specialists have a better understanding of your need and therefore can prescribe the most appropriate and effective treatment for you.
 

Hear From Patients:

“When the Wound Care door opens, there is always a smile from them. It’s amazing, their thoughtfulness and care that they give everyone. You can talk to them about anything, and no question is a stupid question. It’s amazing how they can come in and remember your wound from last week! You couldn’t ask for a better place.” – Susan E.

Location
OakBend Wound Care Services

Jackson Street Hospital Campus

1705 Jackson Street

Richmond, Texas 77469

Phone: 281-341-3000

For more information, please call: 281-341-3000