St. Elizabeth Healthcare Wound Care Center

  • Doctors, Clinics, and Pharmacies

    Specializing in geriatric care

Healing begins here. At the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Wound Care Center, we are the experts in wound care. Our providers have over 100 combined years of experience and offer a comprehensive, specialized program to help patients who suffer with non-healing, chronic wounds. We have the most advanced treatments available including hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

If you have a wound that isn’t healing, the award winning St. Elizabeth Healthcare Wound Care Center can help you. Call one of our three convenient locations for an appointment today. 


1500 James Simpson, Jr. Way Covington, KY 41011
Phone: 859-655-1100

Ft. Thomas

85 N. Grand Ave. Ft. Thomas, KY 41075
Phone: 859-572-3830


238 Barnes Rd. Williamstown, KY 41097
Phone: 859-655-1100

St. Elizabeth Dearborn Hospital

600 Wilson Creek Road, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Phone: 812-537-1010

  • Award Winning Centers of Excellence and Distinction
  • The only Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center in the Region that is Accredited from UHMS (Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society)
  • Average Days to Heal is less than 30 days
  • 3 Convenient Locations
  • Providers are specialty trained in wound management and hyperbaric medicine
  • Patient specific, individualized Treatment Plans
  • Coordination of Care with Primary Care Providers
  • All Major Insurances Accepted


I got two feet. I can wear a pair of shoes. Thank you to all. Love you. You’re family to me.


Rheumatoid Arthritis Made Her Wound Hard to Heal. After a surgery, the wounds were hard to heal. The doctors at the wound center never gave up on me. They were always upbeat and would do their best to keep my spirits up. I was encouraged when we decided to try a new approach. I don’t think I could have done this without the team at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. Everyone made me feel like family, and now I have my life back.

Jessica B.

A Simple Injection Became a Wound that Would Not Heal. Brenda had an injection in her heel to relieve pain caused by plantar fasciitis. Brenda was also getting a low-impact workout by swimming at the local YMCA because of her foot pain. Combining an open injection site and a public swimming pool caused an infection in Brenda’s injection site that almost took her foot. Brenda can’t say enough good things about the team at Patrick T. Birrer Wound Care Centers at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, They are amazing. They included me in the plan of care and kept me informed at every step.

Brenda W.

St. Elizabeth Healthcare Wound Care Center

(859) 655-1100 Website