Wound Care Center

If you have a wound that isn’t healing properly, you certainly aren’t alone. Many people have cuts and lesions that are hard to heal due to a variety of medical conditions such as diabetes or poor circulation. These types of wounds do not respond to standard medical treatments and require specialized care. Yuma Regional Medical Center’s award-winning Wound Care Center is staffed by doctors who are specialists in treating hard-to-heal wounds.

Our Wound Care Center offers the most advanced wound care available. We will take a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and treating your wound that may involve:

  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy 
  • Specialized topical wound care
  • Negative pressure wound therapy
  • Tissue grafts
  • Infection control
  • Lab studies
  • Diabetic education
  • Evaluation of vascular (circulatory) system
  • Removal of dead tissue

The Wound Care Center is equipped with six treatment rooms and four hyperbaric oxygen chambers. As part of your treatment plan, you and/or your caregivers will be given detailed instructions on how to care for the wound at home, including information on proper diet, dressing or bandage changes, and how to protect your wound from further injury.

Recognized for Excellence

The Yuma Regional Medical Center Wound Care Center has been recognized by Healogics, Inc., the world's leading wound care management company, for providing excellent care. Healogics has honored our Wound Care Center with both the Robert A. Warriner III M.D. and Center of Distinction awards. Each of these prestigious awards is based on achieving outstanding patient outcomes, including high rates of wound healing and patient satisfaction.

Wound Care Center of Excellence Wound Care Distinction Award

The Southwest Alliance for Excellence (SWAE) has recognized Yuma Regional Medical Center for our process to prevent hospital-acquired pressure ulcers, an important hospital-wide initiative led by our nursing staff and Quality Department. In 2014, we were one of only four organizations in Arizona, Nevada and Utah to receive the Showcase in Excellence Award from SWAE. This award recognizes processes performed in an extraordinary manner as well as those that result in exceptional performance.

If you have a wound that isn't healing, call the Yuma Regional Medical Center Wound Care Center at 928-336-2030 or email for more information or to make an appointment. Most insurance plans are accepted. We speak Spanish.


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