Wound Care and Hyperbaric Services at HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center is on the first floor on the north side of the hospital. Go to the main hospital entrance on East Fourth Street and follow the signs to wound care. Although street parking is limited, there's plenty of parking in a nearby HonorHealth garage at Fourth Street and Drinkwater Boulevard.
Bus 72 stops at Scottsdale and Osborn roads, and another bus runs on North Drinkwater Boulevard.
A multidisciplinary team of specialists helps manage wounds that are slow to heal due to such complications as diabetes, poor circulation and infection. The team:
Wound Care and Hyperbaric Services provides comprehensive care. Specialists may be called in to assist your wound care provider in evaluating and treating any medical condition you may have that is preventing your wound from moving through a normal healing process. Your provider has access to physicians and clinicians in a variety of specialties to assist in your care. These include:
Your doctors may recommend hyperbaric therapy, which allows you to breathe 100 percent oxygen under pressure, promoting wound healing. A typical two-hour hyperbaric treatment:
The hyperbaric program at Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center is unique in that it has two options for providing treatment: a large hyperbaric chamber that can accommodate 12 people and a single-person chamber.
HonorHealth accepts most health insurance plans at its hospitals and physician offices. However, you need to contact your health insurance company to verify your coverage for individual physicians/providers and their physicians before you seek services.