Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center
Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center provides specialized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, which can lead to lower quality of life and sometimes amputation. Persistent wounds require a specialized approach to heal. Typically, a wound that does not respond to normal medical care within 30 days is considered a problem or chronic wound.
That's where Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center can help. Through a partnership with Healogics, the nation's largest provider of advanced wound healing services with 500 Wound Care Centers® and a network of wound specialists, Valley View Medical Center is able to offer advanced treatments to people with non-healing and chronic wounds.
Are you a candidate for specialized wound care?
If you suffer from a chronic or non-healing wound, ask your physician for a referral to our Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center, or contact us directly for an assessment. Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center will work with qualified candidates and their doctor to deliver:
- Advanced therapies
- Proven clinical protocols
- An individualized, comprehensive plan of care that brings you the most appropriate and effective treatments for your specific needs
- Assessment and ongoing care by our highly skilled team of wound care specialists, including a case manager who will oversee every aspect of your treatment
- Education for you and your family to help healing happen at home, including materials and resources related to prevention, nutrition, hygiene, and more
- Ongoing communication and collaboration with you and your doctor so that you each remain informed about your progress
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get a consultation from the Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center?
You may call Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center directly or be referred by your doctor. To make an appointment directly, call: (928) 788-4947.
What Causes Non-Healing Wounds?
Chronic and non-healing wounds result from a number of factors, including diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease, or immobility (which can lead to ulcers commonly known as "bed sores"). An estimated eight million Americans suffer from chronic wounds.
Will I have to change my primary care doctor or specialist?
No. Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center prefers to work with your physician or medical specialist during treatment. Your doctor will remain informed through frequent progress reports.
Does insurance cover specialized wound care treatments?
Many health plans cover Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center treatments. Call us to determine what your specific plan covers.
What can I expect at the first appointment?
The first appointment consists of an assessment by our skilled wound care team, a review of your medical history, blood tests, and recommendations for your treatment plan. Please be sure to bring your medical records, insurance information, a list of current medications, and a list of your allergies. You should expect to spend several hours at the Center.
Valley View Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center
1520 Hammer Lane, Suite 105
Fort Mohave, AZ 86426