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Located on the campus of Clovis Community Medical Center, the John C. Harris Wound Healing Center is an outpatient service offering advanced wound treatment, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and ostomy care.

Our team designs an individualized treatment plan for you that includes involvement from your family and/or referring physician.

Program Highlights

While tailored to your specific needs and goals, you can expect treatment to include a combination of the following:

  • Identification of conditions contributing to wound development and impaired healing

  • Thorough wound assessment

  • Comprehensive wound management, which may include removal of non-living tissue, utilization of antibiotic therapy, compression therapy, skin substitutes, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and/or other advanced interventions

  • Patient education

  • Ongoing evaluation

  • Coordination of care among healthcare providers

Physician Referrals

If you're experiencing any of the following issues, ask your provider about a referral to the John C. Harris Wound Healing Center:

  • A wound or injury that has not improved after one month
  • A leg or foot ulcer resulting from poor circulation

  • An incision that won't heal

  • An injury caused by sustained pressure

Our team of providers is specially trained in advanced wound treatment and promotes the integration of multiple disciplines of medicine in the care of patients both internally and through the coordination of specialty referrals.

A female patient in a hospital bed looks up at her female doctor, who is preparing her for hyperbaric oxygen treatment

Where to Find Us
Exterior of Clovis Community Medical Center

John C. Harris 

Wound Healing Center 
688 Medical Center Drive East, Suite 101
Clovis, CA 93611
(559) 324-6820

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What to Expect on Your First Visit

Your first visit may take a bit longer due to the initial assessment and planning of your care — usually about 1-2 hours.

Here's what you can expect to happen on that visit:

Team Evaluation  
Our team will evaluate your wounds by reviewing your medical history and general health, and analyzing any test results. Wounds will be assessed by a certified wound nurse, including photography and measurement. The provider will complete a general physical exam as well as an intensive focused exam of all wounds and any contributing factors.    

Personalized Healing & Treatment Program  
An individualized treatment plan will be created in collaboration with you, your family, the provider and certified wound nurse. The treatment plan will involve regular visits to the wound center to provide treatment, monitor progress and make adjustments to the  plan as needed. 

Care may be coordinated with other specialists outside of the wound center to facilitate diagnosis and treatment of underlying conditions that may be contributing to non-healing wounds.  

What to Bring

  • Photo ID  
  • Insurance cards  
  • Medication list  
  • Allergy list  
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