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Wound Care Locations

Practice Location

Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine is located in Doylestown Hospital and offers free valet parking.

Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine

Doylestown

Address

595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
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Contact Information
  • Appointments: 267.885.1775
  • Fax: 267.885.1757

Most services require a referral from your primary care provider.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule an appointment?

You may call Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine directly or be referred by your doctor. To make your appointment, call 267.885.1775.

What causes non-healing wounds?

Chronic and non-healing wounds can result from a number of factors, including diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease, and immobility (which can lead to pressure ulcers, commonly known as "bed sores"). An estimated eight million Americans suffer from chronic wounds. Wounds come from a variety of different medical conditions, and they don't heal for many different reasons.

What is hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a simple but effective treatment in which you breathe pure oxygen inside a pressurized chamber. The therapy quickly delivers high concentrations of oxygen to your bloodstream which helps increase your body’s own natural wound-healing abilities. It also helps fight certain types of infections, improves circulation and stimulates the growth of new blood vessels. Therapy is administered daily, and the number of therapies you receive depends on your individual treatment plan and diagnosis.

Will I have to change my primary care doctor or specialists?

No. In fact, Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine prefers to work with your doctor or medical specialists during the treatments. We even keep your doctor informed with frequent progress reports. While you receive treatment for your wound, you'll continue to receive all of your routine care from your primary doctor.

Does insurance cover specialized wound care treatments?

Many health plans cover wound care treatments. Call us for more information about the coverage your specific plan offers.

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 with you.

Where is the Center located and where can I park?

Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine is located in the Main Wing of Doylestown Hospital around the corner from the Main Lobby (in the space formerly occupied by the Emergency Department). Doylestown Hospital provides free valet parking services at the Main Lobby entrance to all patients and visitors.

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 with you. To prepare for your appointment, please print and complete the Patient History and Medication List forms and bring them with you to your appointment.

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