Healing a chronic wound has its own set of unique requirements. For most people, wound healing is a natural, uneventful process. But for some, it's a complex medical problem that requires specialized treatment and care. That's when we can help. Our team is committed to providing high-quality, patient-centered care. As chronic wounds are often associated with other underlying medical conditions, we uniquely combine wound care with ongoing healthcare to meet your individual healthcare needs as a patient.
Why Choose Bronson South Haven for Wound Care?
Our providers at Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine have specialized training in wound treatments, providing a comprehensive range of services right here in South Haven.
Our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) team includes a certified hyperbaric oxygen technician and trained registered nurses, making our team among the most experienced in southwest Michigan.
Services We Offer
With an array of services available, Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine - South Haven is able to offer effective wound treatment as well as care for other medical conditions often associated with chronic wounds. This includes:
- Bioengineered tissue substitutes
- CelluTome epidermal harvesting system
- Compression therapy
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)
- Negative pressure wound therapy
- Pre- and post-operative ostomy teaching
- Stoma site marking
Have questions about a non-healing wound? Call Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine - South Haven at (269) 639-2976 for more information or to make an appointment. No physician referral is needed before making an appointment.
Dr. Caudill shares information about wound care and hyperbaric medicine
Diabetes and Wound Care | Allan Caudill, MD
Dr. Allan Caudill, Medical Director of Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine at Bronson South Haven explains the correlation of diabetes to chronic wounds.
Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine | Allan Caudill, MD
Dr. Allan Caudill, Medical Director of Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine at Bronson South Haven explains the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) for the treatment of non-healing wounds, diabetic ulcers, skin grafts and soft tissue damage from radiation therapy.