Since 1998, Tulsa Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center (TWCC) has been the premiere wound care center in Northeast Oklahoma. From its humble beginnings, TWCC has grown to be the most progressive and experienced medical clinic in treating chronic non-healing wounds. As part of OSU Medical Center, TWCC works alongside many medical specialties to provide state-of-the art, evidence-based wound care. TWCC is often the first in the region to try new therapies and designs and leads clinical trials to increase the evidence about treating chronic wounds.
At TWCC, an interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and nutritionists, works with the patient to develop a chronic wound care plan that focuses on healing and preventing new wounds. The close collaboration with the patient is one of the many reasons TWCC is recognized as a leader in treating and healing chronic wounds in Northeast Oklahoma.
Tulsa Wound Care Center is located at Oklahoma State University Medical Center, and can respond fully to all hyperbaric emergencies. TWCC has 24/7 staffing capability and is the designated emergency hyperbaric site for Tulsa County and is an integral part of OSU Medical Center’s Emergency Response Plan. OSU Medical Center ‘s hyperbaric staff is hyperbaric certified to ensure that patients receive safe, standard of care hyperbaric treatments. The hyperbaric staff treats the many patients that come for daily treatments like family-and patients seem to feel the same way!
In keeping with our tradition of being the recognized leader in chronic wound care, Tulsa Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center at OSU Medical Center has acquired the LUNA fluorescence angiography device. TWCC is the only wound center in Northeast Oklahoma with this advanced diagnostic technology. Click on the link below to view the LUNA.