Healogics has the experience and expertise to treat your patients’ chronic wounds.
We provide advanced wound care for patients who suffer from chronic wounds. It’s what we do — all day, every day — and because of our commitment to science and our over 20 years of history treating wounds, we have become the nation’s leading wound care expert.
Our wound care patient referral process is simple. No forms or paperwork are needed. Just enter your patient’s zip code or city and state below to find the nearest Wound Care Center®.
Advanced wound care benefits your patients.
With a growing number of chronic wound cases in the United States, advanced wound care has never been more important. Partnering with Healogics to deliver specialty wound care for your patients can result in better outcomes, including faster healing times and fewer amputations.
Our research leads to better outcomes for your patients.
With data on more than five million wounds, the Healogics Wound Science Initiative advances the science, awareness and practice of wound care through research, technology and collaboration. It’s how we lead the industry in wound care advancement to help your patients heal faster.
Become a Healogics Specialty Physician
If you have an interest in the field of wound care, a career as a Healogics Specialty Physician may be a good fit for you. Healogics Specialty Physicians manage clinical workflow at our Wound Care Centers, where they drive clinical practice guidelines and ensure that every patient is receiving the most effective treatment possible. To be part of advancing the science of wound care and witness lives changed on a regular basis, consider joining Healogics.
Patient-Centered Wound Care – Findings from a Survey: Physician Perspectives on Wound Care
Healogics researchers partnered with Dr. Alexandra Nowakowski, a leading patient advocate and medical researcher at Florida State University’s College of Medicine, to investigate physician perceptions of wound care. Healogics physicians were recruited to participate in an anonymous nine-question survey focused on their experiences and perceptions of wound care and wounded patients. The questions focused on patient attributes that influence positive or negative wound outcomes, patient impacts on physicians’ care plan and physicians’ perspective of patient-centered wound care.Go to Download