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Founded in August 2005 by Tram Pham Hill, M.D.Hill Wound Care (HWC) specializes  in training, staffing and managing providers and clinical staff in the field of wound care and hyperbaric medicine. Dr. Hill began as the medical director of a single wound care clinic in Durant, OK.  She and her team have successfully expanded HWC to staff the medical directors and mid-level providers at 7 wound care clinics throughout Texas and Arkansas along with an outreach program in the surrounding medical communities which includes nursing homes, rehab centers and skilled care units.  Dr. Hill remains a full-time practicing wound care physician serving as the medical director at the LifeCare Wound Center of Plano, TX.

HWC's providers and clinical staff are available and prepared to provide a comprehensive advanced treatment plan for non-healing wounds. HWC's providers have over 100 years of combined wound care and hyperbaric medicine experience. They provide education to the larger community along with teaching advanced wound modalities to fellow specialists. Their philosophy is to consider the patient’s overall health and related comorbidities to their wounds. They also integrate the knowledge from their colleagues to provide a multidisciplinary approach to care. Dr. Hill and her team of providers have dedicated their careers in medicine to helping salvage limbs and assist in closing difficult wounds. 


A patient with a wound that does not begin to heal within two weeks or is not completely healed in six weeks may benefit from methodologies we practice at Hill Wound Care. Some of the indications for wound therapy include:

Diabetic Ulcers

Neuropathic Ulcers

Pressure Ulcers

Ischemic Ulcers

Arterial Ulcers

Venous Ulcers

Post-Surgical Wounds

Soft Tissue Radionecrosis

Radiation-Induced Cystitis


Chronic Refractory Osteomyelitis

Compromised Grafts/Flaps



Traumatic Wounds

Other chronic, non-healing wounds


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) helps the body’s oxygen-dependent, wound- healing mechanisms function more efficiently. While enclosed in a chamber at a greater than normal atmospheric pressure, patients breathe pure oxygen, saturating their blood plasma and allowing it to carry from 15 to 20 times the normal amount of healing oxygen to the body’s tissues. Up to 18% of wound care patients may require HBOT treatments provided by specialty-trained physicians, clinical hyperbaric technicians and staff. Patients should confirm with their health insurance company as many indications for HBOT are reimbursed by Medicare, HMOs and other insurance providers including:

  • Diabetic ulcer of the lower extremities

  • Crush injury/acute traumatic peripheral Ischemia

  • Radiation induced Cystitis

  • Soft tissue Radionecrosis/Osteoradionecrosis

  • Late effects of radiation

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

  • Compromised skin grafts/flaps

  • Chronic refractory Osteomyelitis


Hill Wound Care’s aggressive and comprehensive wound care plans utilize advanced clinical tools and traditional clinical practices. Treatment plans may include:

Bio engineered skin grafting

Total contact casting


Negative pressure wound therapy

Advanced wound dressings

Incision & drainage


Compression therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Noninvasive vascular assessment

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