Baptist Hospital Haas Center for Wound Services

The Haas Center for Wound Services at Baptist Hospital provides a variety of high-quality treatment options for complex wounds to advance healing and improve quality of life. Services are provided by a compassionate team of physicians, nurses and technicians with leading-edge training in therapies for difficult-to-heal wounds.

Most wounds will heal with minimal intervention, but some wounds have a variety of causes that require a comprehensive approach to treatment and prevention of reoccurrence.

Advanced wound care helps reduce costs by promoting faster healing and reducing treatment time. Therapies provided are usually covered by Medicare, Medicaid and other third party insurance carriers.

Medical Services

Wound care services treat diabetic foot ulcers, ischemic ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, pressure ulcers, chronic or problem wounds and more.

Sharing a Goal

The mission of Baptist Health Care is to provide superior service based on Christian values to improve the quality of life for people and communities served. We are proud to offer the wound care program that provides excellent service, compassionate care and commitment to improve the quality of life for all of our patients.

Appointment Information

To schedule an appointment, feel free to contact our office (850) 434-4479 to schedule an appointment over the phone.

As a convenience to your primary care physician, they may contact our office directly to schedule an appointment, fax a referral or send the referral through Order Facilitator.

What to Bring

Please bring your completed new patient paperwork, a valid photo ID, your current insurance card and any current prescriptions or medicine you’re taking to your appointment. You are always welcome to bring a significant other, family member or caregiver with you to your appointment.

Arrival

To help you have the best possible experience at your appointment, we ask that you please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time.

Missed Appointment

To ensure we’re able to continue to provide the personal care you expect from a Baptist Health Care, it’s important that you let us know immediately upon realizing you may be unable to keep your appointment. We request you notify the office with at least 24 hours advanced notice whenever you are unable to keep your appointment.

Financial Information

We are currently accepting most insurance companies. Please contact your insurance carrier/payor to verify coverage. Your insurance can verify if prior authorization must be obtained from your primary care physician prior to scheduling.

It’s our policy that co-payments, co-insurance, deductibles and any outstanding balances are due at the time of service. This means that you will be expected to pay those items (as defined by your insurance policy) while at our office for your scheduled appointment. For your convenience, we accept payments in cash, check or credit card.

It’s important to note that you are financially responsible for the care you receive, even if your insurance does not pay. If you have questions, we encourage you to contact our office and our staff will do everything we can to serve you.

Your Primary Care Physician

We value your relationship with your primary care physician and want to ensure that he or she stays actively involved and informed of every step of your health care journey. We’ll be sure to communicate with your primary care physician and keep him or her as the leader of your health care team.

If you do not have a primary care physician, we will gladly help you find one that best meets your individual needs. We also encourage you to see if a Baptist Medical Group internal medicine or family medicine practice location is near you. To begin your search, click here.