Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

The team at the Wound Care Center provides multidisciplinary care for non-healing and complex wounds.

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Advanced Treatment to Help You Heal

Your skilled wound care team has the experience you need to heal. Our personalized treatment plans use innovative techniques, including smart dressings and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, to help resolve wounds faster and improve your quality of life.

The Treatment That's Right for You

Our treatment plans are designed to complement the care your own primary care physician provides, ensuring that your health care team is always working together to provide the treatment that’s right for you.  Most treatments are covered by Medicare/Medicaid, HMOs and other private insurance plans and may include:

  •  Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Advanced “smart” topical wound care dressings
  • Infectious disease management
  • Vascular evaluation
  • Nutritional evaluation
  • Diabetic education

Experienced Providers. Evidence Based Care.
Advanced Facility.

Our caring team offers the latest treatments for non-healing and complex wounds and delivers excellent results. Our surgeons, nurses and technicians have advanced training in wound management. Using their specialized knowledge and experience, they help you receive personalized care that’s right for your specific needs.

Your treatment plan uses evidence-based best practices, including a thorough evaluation and diagnostic testing to determine why your wound will not heal. We use therapies proven to be effective for your wound to speed healing and improve your quality of life.

At our state-of the-art facility, we use the latest treatment modalities to heal wounds, including hyperbaric medicine, “smart” dressings, bioengineered tissue alternatives and vascular evaluation. With the latest equipment and technology, we provide care for wounds that no other provider can.

Our Location

  1. Wound Care Center

    92 Bradley Street

    Bristol, CT 06010

News, Advice & Stories

Jun 19, 2020

Bristol Health Changing The Focus Of Its COVID-19 Specimen Collection

Effective Saturday, June 20, Bristol Health will be converting its COVID-19 specimen collection to a model that concentrates on Bristol Health patients.

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May 04, 2020

Coronavirus survivor, 34-weeks pregnant, receives heartfelt goodbye

Nicole Nolan has become Bristol Hospital’s latest coronavirus survivor. Nolan, who is 34 weeks pregnant, was discharged from the hospital Friday.

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Apr 23, 2020

The head of Bristol Healthcare Kurt Barwis contracted COVID-19 and is discussing his experience.

Bristol Health President & CEO Kurt A. Barwis talks to WFSB about his experience with COVID-19 and his recovery.

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Apr 20, 2020

At Bristol Hospital, the top executive came down with COVID-19. He’s the face of recovery

As president of Bristol Hospital, Kurt Barwis spent March 27 reviewing preparations for the coronavirus wave, double-checking that his 1,700 employees were doing everything possible to keep themselves healthy.

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Apr 15, 2020

Bristol Hospital Workers Gather Daily to Pray for Patients, Community, & Colleagues

Hospital workers urging all of us to stay home as they find the strength to enter the hospital doors every day.

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Apr 15, 2020

Lisa Coates Featured on "Face of Connecticut"

Lisa Coates, LCSW, operations manager of the Bristol Health Counseling Center, was the featured guest on this Sunday's WTIC Face Connecticut public affairs program. Listen to her interview here.

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Apr 10, 2020

Bristol Hospital president and CEO returns to work after recovering from coronavirus, plans to donate plasma

Bristol Health President and CEO Kurt Barwis returned to the hospital Thursday after working from home since March 31, when he tested positive for coronavirus, and plans on donating plasma to help someone else with the virus.

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Apr 03, 2020

New relationship allows Bristol Hospital to get COVID-19 test results quicker

Bristol Hospital is now able to turn around COVID-19 test results in one to two days for inpatients and its healthcare workers.

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