Mission Statement

Our wound care and hyperbaric medicine clinics offer new advanced therapies and progressive procedures to work in conjunction with the care from our referring providers to heal patients faster and more completely. We believe that healing chronic wounds requires a multi-dimensional approach that incorporates the patient’s existing physicians’ care; treating the patient as a “whole” and not a “hole”; offering options for additional assistance medically and socially; as well as addressing quality of life issues for the patient on their journey to complete healing.

Indications For Wound Care

Diabetic Foot and Leg Wounds

Non-Healing Post-Surgical Wounds

Arterial Ulcers

Complex Soft Tissue Wounds

Infected Wounds

Pressure Ulcers

Venous Stasis Ulcers

Vasculitic Ulcers


Traumatic Wounds

Indications For Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Diabetic Ulcers of the Lower Extremity

Compromised Skin Graft or Flap

Progressive Necrotizing Infections

(including Necrotizing Fascitis and Brown Recluse Bites)

Acute Peripheral Arterial Insuffiency

Chronic Refractory Osteomyelitis

Acute Carbon Monoxide or Cyanide Poisoning

Clostridial Myonecrosis

(Gas Gangrene)

Acute Blood Loss Anemia

Soft Tissue Radionecrosis

(Including Radiation Cystisis and Radiation Proctisis)

Cerebral Air or Gas Embolism


Decompression Illness

Osteoradionecrosis of any anatomical site


Crush Injuries

(Suturing of Severed Limbs)

Brain Injury

Meet Dr. Loan Lam

Dr. Loan Lam is a newly located Tampa resident, having spent the last 10 years in Naples in private practice as well as working at a hospital based wound care center. She is a Yale-trained podiatric foot and ankle surgeon whose main focus area is wound care and hyperbaric medicine for the treatment of complicated non-healing wounds and infections.


She has had multiple scientific publications and has worked as an investigator on clinical trials for Pfizer and Wyeth in the development of anti-MRSA drugs for the treatment of complicated skin and soft tissue infections.  In her spare time, she is an avid runner, having run multiple half marathons and is a long time passionate volunteer for the American Cancer Society. She is currently serving on the Florida/ Puerto Division Board for the the American Cancer Society as well as the local Hillsborough Board. She has served on several national committees for the American Cancer Society. She has chaired several cancer events as well as chaired the unit boards in Marco Island/ Naples area. She was also previously a Rotarian, having recently served as Assistant Governor in Naples. Dr. Lam is married to her wonderful husband, Rick. They are doggy-parents to a yellow labrador retriever named Bodie Walker Texas Ranger. They also have fortunately moved both sets of parents to the lovely Tampa area.

wound care

1) How do I know if I need treatment by a specialist at a wound center?

Wounds typically heal without any special treatment.  When a wound shows no progress in 2 weeks or is not completely healed in 6 weeks, it needs to be evaluated by a wound care specialist at a wound center to determine the underlying reasons for delayed healing.   Many people with circulation issues or diabetes will have these problematic wounds.  Others may have an underlying infection or cancerous process that needs to be addressed. A wound healing center, such as the Hyper-Healing centers, is staffed with specialists dedicated to detecting and treating the reasons why these wounds don’t and won’t heal.   We work with vascular surgeons and endocrinologists in the clinic to also quickly and completely address these underlying problems.

2) Will my family doctor get a report on my care?

We regularly report back to your family doctor, or any other specialist that may have referred you to our clinic, regarding your progress.  We believe that wound healing is a team approach and we like to work with your existing physicians as well as provide you with other specialists as needed.

3) How often would I need to come for treatment?

During the initial stages of treatment at a wound healing center, patients are typically seen every 7-10 days.  Many times this is due to aggressively treating some of the underlying medical issues that caused the delayed wound healing in the first place. The frequency of the visits, however, is always determined by the individual patients need. We also provide resources for transportation as well as work with home health agencies to accommodate your schedule and needs.

4) What treatments are offered at the wound center?

There are a number of advanced wound care treatments uniquely tailored to each patient and each wound ranging from antibiotic impregnated specialty dressings, wound VAC (negative pressure wound therapy), specialized compression wrappings, to stem cell and biologic grafts.  We will also soon be offering hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments.

5) How will my healing progress be monitored?

At each visit, the wound care team will measure the wound and assess your wound for signs of healing.  Pictures of the wound(s) are typically taken every 2 weeks. Through our patient portal, you can also access your records and pictures from anywhere to see the progression.

6) Will the treatments be painful?

Depending on the procedure and the patient, there may be minimal to no discomfort. We try to minimize the discomfort of the treatments with a variety of local anesthetic methods in the clinic.

7) Will my insurance cover this treatment?

Medicare and most insurance companies will cover the services provided by wound care centers.  The staff at the wound center will work with you to determine the coverage provided by your specific insurance plan.

8) Will I need a referral?

For Medicare and most private insurances, you will not need a referral. However, our staff will work with you to determine whether or not your specific insurance plan will require a referral.


Contact Us

Please provide the following information so that we may call your patient to set up an appointment:


  • Patient Demographics
  • Insurance Information
  • Recent Visit Notes
  • Reason for Referral / Location of Wound

Phone: 813-591-4570

Fax: 813-441-6116

Multiple Locations


How Are We Doing?

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4915 Ehrlich Rd
Tampa, FL 33624


4915 Ehrlich Rd
Tampa, FL 33624


4915 Ehrlich Rd
Tampa, FL 33624


1034 E Brandon Blvd
Brandon, FL 33511


4915 Ehrlich Rd
Tampa, FL 33624


1034 E Brandon Blvd
Brandon, FL 33511


4915 Ehrlich Rd
Tampa, FL 33624