University Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center

There's no longer any reason to live with an open wound or chronic ulcer.Wound Care Staff Image at The University of Tennessee Medical Center

In the U.S., chronic wounds affect approximately 7 million patients. At our Healogics Wound Care Center we treat these wounds and work to prevent a recurrence by correcting contributing factors such as controlling infection and enhancing medical and nutritional status.

A Multidisciplinary Approach

The Wound Care Center is staffed with a unique team of specialists all dedicated to healing chronic wounds and led by Medical Director, Mitchell Goldman, MD. The combined knowledge of our team members creates a multidisciplinary approach to wound management. We are dedicated to healing wounds that have not responded to traditional treatment.

For more information or to make an appointment at our Knoxville Clinic please call 865-305-5510 or our Sevierville Clinic at 865-446-3050.

Wound Patient InformationDr Goldman at the University of Tennessee Medical Center wound care center

What to Expect on Your First Visit:
  • You or your physician will call for an appointment.
  • Bring all medications you are currently taking, including over the counter medications and a list of allergies with you.
  • Bring insurance information for verification.
  • Our team of physicians and nurses will evaluate your wound, health and medical history including x-rays if you have them.
  • Tests may be conducted to determine blood flow and tissue oxygenation as well as to indicate if there is any infection present.
  • Together with your physician, we'll develop a treatment program based on our assessment of your individual needs.
Your Role in Healing

Much of the success of your treatment depends on you. We count on you to follow directions carefully and watch your progress closely. You'll learn to care for your wound at home and how to protect yourself from further injuries. The staff at the Wound Care Center is available to answer questions and give you the support you need.

Wound Types and Risk Factors

Wound Types

Treating wounds is a complex task. Each case is unique and patients will heal at varying rates. The Wound Care Center staff is prepared to handle a variety of different wounds which includes:

  • Any wound failing to improve with multiple treatments or therapies.
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Lower leg ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Bone infection (osteomyelitis)
  • Gangrene (frostbite)
  • Skin tears or lacerations
  • Late effects of radiation therapy
  • Post-operative infections
  • Slow or non-healing surgical wounds
  • Compromised skin flaps or grafts
  • Burns
Risk Factors

Certain risk factors may lead to chronic wounds, such as:

State-of-the-Art Treatment

At the Wound Care Center you’ll receive the right treatment to heal your wound.  Some of the following treatments may be included in your treatment plan:

We use the latest monitoring techniques such as transcutaneous oxygen monitoring and doppler evaluation of pulses.

Call Your Wound Care Doctor if You Notice

  • Increasing redness around the wound
  • Warm or red skin
  • A red streak spreading from the wound
  • An increase in wound drainage
  • Pus or cloudy fluid draining from wound
  • A foul odor or abnormal smell

Referral Information

Patients may call for an appointment or ask their physician for a referral.

For more information or to make an appointment at our Knoxville Clinic please call 865-305-5510 or our Sevierville Clinic at 865-446-3050.

University Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center 

Knoxville

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Building E, Suite E-40
1940 Alcoa Hwy
Knoxville, TN 37920
Phone: 865-305-5510
Fax: 865-305-5515
Sevierville

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

1130 Middle Creek Rd.  Ste. 110 
Sevierville, TN  37862
Phone: 865-446-3050
Fax: 865-305-5515


It is a pleasure for us to be involved in the care of your slow healing wound. Please feel free to talk with us about any portion of your wound care.