Wound Care

Wounds that fail to heal can really affect your quality of life. We have multiple wound centers throughout Oklahoma ready to meet your wound care needs.

When you need a little extra help to heal.

INTEGRIS Health can meet your wound care needs across the state of Oklahoma. We have five outpatient clinics located in four areas across the metro Oklahoma City/Edmond area and Miami. See the map below for locations and individual contact information.

Expert Care for Non-Healing Wounds

Most wounds heal on their own without any problem, but sometimes there are risk factors, environmental issues or medical complications that can delay or stop the healing process. Wounds that fail to heal can affect your quality of life and lead to other serious health conditions. If you or a loved one has a non-healing wound, whether from trauma, infection, hospitalization, diabetes, poor circulation, surgery or other underlying health issues, our team of INTEGRIS wound care specialists will work with you and your doctors to develop a treatment plan that meets your unique needs. 

At INTEGRIS Health, we use the most advanced tools for the diagnosis and treatment of non-healing wounds. Our team is here to help you coordinate services, including: diagnostic tests, durable medical equipment, dressing supplies and home care services. Our mission is to help heal your wounds so you can get back to enjoying life, while respecting your unique health needs and empowering you to become actively involved in your recovery.

INTEGRIS Health Wound Care Treatment Options 

We offer some of the most advanced treatments and diagnostic tools available, including:

  • Debridements
  • Infection Control
  • Compression Therapy
  • Patient Education
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
  • Transcutaneous Oxygen Measurement (TCOM)
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
  • Laboratory Testing

We also have a non-invasive vascular laboratory with ultrasound technology to help detect conditions like peripheral artery disease.

Conditions that Require Active Wound Care 

The physicians and staff at INTEGRIS Health are highly trained in treating the following types of chronic wounds:

  • Advanced Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Complications of poor circulation, like gangrene or necrosis
  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers
  • Leg Ulcers
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Tissue damaged from radiation therapy or chemotherapy
  • Venous Stasis Ulcers
  • Burns
  • Radiation Injuries
  • Traumatic Wounds

Wound Care Treatment Specialties


A: After cleaning and disinfecting a wound with warm, clean water and antibacterial soap, apply antibiotic ointment to prevent infection. Waterproof bandages and gauze can be used to close and dress minor wounds, but deeper and more serious wounds may require stitches and staples.

A: For superficial first or second-degree burns of less than 3 inches, clean the burn with cool (not cold) water and mild soap. Apply antibiotic ointment to the affected area and cover the wound with sterile gauze. Third-degree burns or large, open burns should be [l] treated by a medical professional [l]. 

A:  For a mild infection of a small wound, use warm water to clean the wound, apply antibiotic ointment and change dressings daily. However, more severe wounds and infections should be immediately treated by a medical professional, especially if serious signs of infection exist, such as fever, discharge, red streaks coming from the wound or severe pain. 

A: Caring for a wound immediately prevents infections that can lead to even more serious health concerns and even death if the infection is severe enough. While many minor wounds can be treated at home, sudden wounds, acute wounds and chronic wounds can be incredibly painful and difficult to treat by non-medical personnel.  

A: Types of wound care treatments include basic cleaning and disinfection, treatment dressings, topical antibiotics, oral antibiotics, compression wraps, debridement (removal of dead skin around a wound) and negative wound therapy.