BREMERTON, Wash. – On Aug. 19, Harrison Medical Center opened the new Harrison Wound Care, Hyperbaric Medicine & Infusion Center in Bremerton. This facility offers innovative treatment through the addition of hyperbaric oxygen chambers and provides specialized care for patients with complex wounds or IV therapy needs.
In partnership with RestorixHealth, the new center brings four hyperbaric oxygen chambers to Bremerton. The addition of hyperbaric oxygen therapy allows qualifying patients to receive this care locally, rather than endure what can be painful travel to Seattle or Tacoma. Hyperbaric chambers provide patients 100 percent oxygen under pressure to aid in the healing of wounds.
The new location also joins infusion therapy—previously known as Optimum Infusion Services—with expanded wound care services to better meet the growing needs of the community.
The public is invited to an open house on Monday, August 26, from 4 to 7 pm.
The new center is located at 742 Lebo Blvd., Suite A, in Bremerton.
Patients can talk to their doctors or call for a complete list of services. For wound care and hyperbaric medicine, call 360-744-6496. For infusion services, call 360-744-4950.
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Harrison Medical Center is a nonprofit 297-bed healthcare organization serving residents on the Kitsap and Olympic peninsulas and in North Mason County. Harrison provides a full range of medical, surgical, labor & delivery, pediatric, level-three trauma emergency, and urgent care services, as well as primary and specialty care services, across four campuses—Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard, and Belfair—and at more than two dozen clinic locations. Harrison offers a nationally recognized and award-winning cardiovascular program, 25-year accredited oncology program, and comprehensive orthopaedic care, as well as ICU, sleep disorders, rehabilitation, medical imaging, laboratory services, and more. Harrison is part of the Franciscan Health System family of services. To learn about Harrison, call 866-844-WELL or visit www.harrisonmedical.org. To learn more about Franciscan, visit www.fhshealth.org.