Advancing medicine through innovative wound care and therapy
Since 1991, Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center has been home to the largest and one of the most well-respected wound care clinics in the metro Denver area, the Denver Wound Healing Center. In that time, we have earned a great reputation for the treatment of non-healing wounds through a comprehensive array of clinical treatment programs provided by our wound specialists.
Our wound care clinic
Our multi-disciplinary, comprehensive treatment program includes physicians from multiple specialties with advanced training in wound care management as well as experienced nurses trained in the care of chronic wounds. We believe the patient's primary care physician is an integral part of the wound management team and will be communicated with regularly during the treatment process.
Conditions that cause chronic wounds
- Arterial Ulcers
- Bed Sores
- Venous Stasis Ulcer
- Infectious Ulcers
- Vasculitic Ulcers
- Diabetes Wound/Diabetic Ulcer
- Pressure Wound/Pressure Ulcers
- Collagen vascular disease
Chronic wound treatments we offer
- Arterial revascularization
- Diabetes management
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
- Infection control
- Ostomy wound
- Reconstructive surgery
- Venous revascularization
- Wound therapy
Denver Wound Healing Center
1719 E. 19th Avenue
Denver, CO 80218
Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed Fridays and holidays
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s’ own Denver Wound Healing Center’s main phone line is (303) 839-6130. Feel free to reach out to schedule an office visit for an initial evaluation or follow up appointment. We are also more than happy to address any questions you may have concerning our wound treatment center.
To get to the Denver Wound Healing Center once inside P/SL, stay on the first floor of the hospital. From the main entrance, you will go up the stairs on the east side of the entryway. Walk to the end of the hallway past the Career Center, then turn left and just past the "B" elevators, you will turn right and walk down a long hallway. The wound care center is on the right side of the hallway at the very end.