Wound center in southern New Hampshire

The wound care team at the Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine at Parkland Medical Center are dedicated to treating chronic, non-healing wounds. We use the latest evidence-based practices and technologies to help you heal as quickly as possible, and our collaborative approach to your care helps ensure the most complete treatment for your specific needs.

To find a wound-healing specialist and schedule an appointment, call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (877) 642-2362

Our team includes:

  • Physicians with advanced training in wound management
  • Consulting physicians in specialized areas, such as vascular surgery, plastic surgery and podiatry
  • A nursing staff trained in caring for chronic wounds
  • Specialists in infectious disease management, nutritional management, diabetic education, Podiatry and General Surgery.

Recognized care for complex, non-healing wounds


With an exceptional success rate of 92 percent for patients who complete the program, Parkland provides life-changing care. We also partner with Healogics—a leader in clinical wound healing care affiliated with more than 500 hospitals nationwide. In 2018, we received—for the fifth year in a row—the prestigious Center of Excellence award for achieving the highest standards in quality.

Types of wounds we treat

We treat a wide range of chronic, non-healing wounds (wounds that haven't shown significant improvement within four weeks) and acute wounds stemming from:

  • Vascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Bone or soft tissue infection (venous or arterial)
  • Crush injuries
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Radiation injury
  • Burns
  • Arterial disease

Patient-centered wound treatment

Our advanced technology includes hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is a nonsurgical treatment that optimizes wound healing and the growth of healthy tissues. Our 4,000-square-foot facility features two hyperbaric oxygen chambers and four treatment rooms.

Hyperbaric treatment typically involves daily visits for about two months. We believe building a warm relationship with your wound care team is a vital part of the healing process. Our providers will work with you to create a customized treatment plan based on your individual needs. We will communicate with your primary care physician throughout your treatment and return you to their care once you have healed.

We also provide home healthcare and social service resources to ensure our patients can maintain their health independently after leaving the hospital. Your primary care physician may also refer you for additional treatment and tests at Parkland. To provide complete wound care, we may suggest:

Make an appointment with the Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine

Wound care typically requires a referral from a primary care doctor or specialist. You can also call us directly at (603) 421-3688 to make an appointment.

To schedule an appointment, call us directly at (603) 421-3688.