Wound Healing

When wounds won’t heal with traditional treatment methods, you can trust the wound care specialists at North Kansas City Hospital’s Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center for wound healing expertise.

Comprehensive Care for Hard-to-Heal Wounds

Our dedicated wound care physicians and staff are skilled in caring for chronic wounds with advanced treatment methods including hyperbaric oxygen therapy. We’ll work with you and your physician to evaluate your condition and create an individualized treatment plan to address your specific needs. We also offer ongoing care and support backed by a wide range of hospital-based services and specialists as needed.

The Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center is accredited by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, the recognized authority in the field of hyperbaric medicine. With compassionate caregivers, exceptional healing success rates and high patient satisfaction scores, you’ll be glad you chose us. Learn more about what sets us apart in wound care.

Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of chronic, nonhealing wounds and conditions including: 

  • Compartment syndrome and crush injuries
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Infections of the bones and skin (necrotizing infections, osteomyelitis)
  • Post-surgical wounds, including skin grafts or flaps
  • Tissue damaged from radiation therapy
  • Trauma injuries
  • Vascular disease damage (arterial insufficiency)
  • Other hard-to-heal wounds

Patients can refer themselves to the Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center or can be referred by their physician. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare.

Get general information on wound care and when to seek medical attention at our online Health Encyclopedia.

Contact Us

For more information on wound care at North Kansas City Hospital’s Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center, call 816-691-5055.

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A Patient Story

Patrick premarathon

After a lawn mower accident, treatment and physical therapy helped Patrick recover so he could run a marathon. Read his story.