St. Bernards Wound Healing, with four locations, provides care to patients with chronic and complicated wounds and infectious diseases. Our physicians and other specialists offer the most current and recommended treatments, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and tailor them to the specific needs of patients. 

Care begins with a thorough review of medical history and examination, including wound photographs to help track healing progress, labs and other diagnostic exams. Our physicians, specialists and professional staff have advanced training in wound care and follow proven scientific evidence-based clinical practice guidelines to aid healing. This highly-trained, highly-skilled team provides the most efficient management for chronic wounds and infectious diseases, with patients returning to the center weekly or bi-weekly for care. 

To create a total team approach to care, the Wound Healing team partners with patients and their primary care doctors, providing regular updates and reports on progress. Referrals to additional specialty areas often help to uncover why a wound has not healed in an expected time frame. These areas can include dietary and diabetes management, endocrinologists, infectious disease, surgeons, orthotist, durable medical equipment specialists, social services and home health. 

Hear from a Wound Care Doctor

Dr. Anthony Lamkin explains the expert Wound Care patients can expect. 

Wounds and Infectious Diseases Treated

  • Any wound and infectious disease that fails to heal after 30 days of conventional therapy
  • Any wound and infectious disease that includes abscess, bone infection or necrotic tissue
  • Any wound involving tendon, ligament, muscle, bone or joint
  • Any wound and infectious disease related to chronic rheumatoid disorders or collagen vascular diseases
  • Wounds on lower legs or feet
  • Diabetic ulcers, especially when complicated with neuropathy or deformity
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous, Ischemic or other lower leg ulcers
  • Trauma or crush injuries
  • Radiation burns
  • Gangrene
  • Failing grafts, flaps or surgical wounds

Conditions Treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

  • Select problem wounds
  • Air or gas embolism
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Cyanide poisoning
  • Clostridialmyositis and myonecrosis (Gas Gangrene)
  • Crush injury, compartment syndrome and other acute traumatic ischemias
  • Decompression sickness
  • Arterial insufficiencies, including central retinal artery occlusion
  • Severe anemia
  • Intracranial abscess
  • Necrotizing soft tissue infections
  • Osteomyelitis (refractory)
  • Delayed radiation injury (soft tissue and bony necrosis)
  • Compromised grafts and flaps
  • Acute thermal burn injury
  • Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss
  • Brown Recluse spider bites


310 Falls Blvd.
Wynne, AR 72396
4000 Linwood Dr, STE J
Paragould, AR 72450
505 E Matthews Ave, STE 201
Jonesboro, AR 72401
310 Falls Blvd.
Wynne, AR 72396
1309 W Main St.
Walnut Ridge, AR 72476


James Fletcher, MD
Bryan H. Glenn, DPM
Michael A. Haughey, DPM
Anthony Lamkin, MD
Lance E. Monroe, MD
Jason Paxton MD
Erik Rosenlof, DPM
Lee P. Woodruff, MD
Brandy Crump, APRN