University Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center

Main Campus


1924 Alcoa Highway

Medical Building E, Suite 40

Knoxville, TN 37920





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Our Services

Treating wounds is a complex task. If you have a wound that hasn’t healed in four weeks, consult the Wound Care Center. Our staff is prepared to handle a variety of indications for wound therapy:

  • 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
  • Any wound failing to improve with multiple treatments or therapies

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

To provide you the best service, please gather a list of all the medications you are taking. This includes those prescribed by a provider and those you are regularly taking that do not require a prescription. You can also bring the medicine bottles so we can review them.  If available, please bring with you any medical records from your most recent doctor visit, or other records pertaining to your wound.  Also, don’t forget to bring your insurance card(s).

Please fill out these forms before you arrive at either of our offices:

Knoxville Wound Care Forms

Sevierville Wound Care Forms

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.

Much of the success of your treatment depends on you. We count on you to follow directions carefully and watch your progress closely. 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

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.

The staff of the University Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center has the goal of providing the highest quality care for your patients.

When you refer a patient to us, we will provide the same high level of care you provide to them. We share your goal of diagnosing and treating your patient so that they can live their healthiest life.

To refer a new patient, call 865-305-5510 or fax your referral form to 865-305-5515.

1924 Alcoa Highway
Medical Building E, Suite 40
Knoxville, TN 37920
Phone: 865-305-5510
Fax: 865-305-5515
Steve Topping, Program Director
Kayla Jones, Clinical Nurse Manager

1130 Middle Creek Road, Suite 110
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: 865-446-3050
Fax: 865-446-3135
Deb Chute, Program Director
Jordan Moore, Clinical Nurse Manager

Monday through Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Our Providers

Prepare for Your Visit


1924 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, TN 37920

Where we are

Medical Building E, Suite 40


Parking Garage 4 OR Parking Garage G

Map of The University of Tennessee Medical Center

About Us

The University Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center is staffed with a unique team of specialists, all dedicated to healing chronic wounds. Our dedicated group of physicians comprise various specialties such as:

  • Podiatry
  • Physical therapy
  • Family practice
  • Surgical expertise in vascular, oral and general surgery

The combined knowledge of our team members creates a multidisciplinary approach to wound management.