State-of-the-Art Wound Care
Since 1998, Beebe Healthcare’s Wound Healing program has provided state-of-the-art wound care for the community. Beebe’s outcomes-driven program focuses on healing wound(s) quickly and our data shows the program heals wounds faster than traditional treatment. Beebe also offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy - one more way to heal you and get you back to your life.
Beebe Promotes Healing
Beebe's healing rate is consistently greater than 98 percent, exceeding the national average. Many of these wounds went untreated for weeks or months before receiving specialized wound care. Beebe offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy using three BARA-MED hyperbaric chambers. These chambers provide state-of-the-art oxygen therapy to promote wound healing.
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Commonly Asked Questions
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been proven to increase oxygen concentration in the body, which helps fight bacteria, improve healing rates, and avoid loss of limbs in patients with diabetes, vascular disorders, or who have sustained serious trauma. It can effectively treat certain serious infections of soft tissue and bones, tissue and bone injured by radiation therapy and selected problem wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers and compromised tissue grafts or flaps.
The BARA-MED “Select” hyperbaric chambers, which provide the most advanced and effective treatment available. Manufactured by Environmental Tectonics Corporation, the BARA-MED “Select” is designed to protect patients from inner ear squeeze, a major discomfort that competing hyperbaric chambers fail to address. The chamber is spacious, temperature-controlled, and runs quietly, reducing patient anxiety. It is equipped with an entertainment system, enabling patients to watch videos during treatment.
Bhinzi Zhang, MD, a board certified internal medicine physician, is the Medical Director of Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine.
Beebe’s wound care staff has extensive training and expertise in wound healing and provides a comprehensive plan of care that is customized to your needs. The types of wounds that can benefit from our treatments include:
- Non-healing surgical wounds
- Wounds caused by poor circulation
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Traumatic wounds
- Venous Stasis Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Minor burns
Additional services include care and education of individuals who will undergo or have had ostomy surgery.
If you have a wound that hasn’t healed for a month or more, talk to your doctor about Beebe’s Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine to see if the program would benefit you.
Physicians may fax a signed physician order, including specific wound or ostomy details and recent medical history to (302) 645-3428, and direct patients to call the program at 302-645-3121 to set up an appointment.