Skip to main content
Please first contact your health care provider or the local Department of Health if you are at risk for coronavirus (COVID-19). Risk factors that may indicate COVID-19 include fever, cough, or flu-like signs, AND either recent international travel OR contact with someone recently diagnosed with COVID-19. Health care officials will direct you to the appropriate place for care. In order to avoid the spread of COVID-19, you should avoid the emergency room at your local hospital except in cases of an emergency.

Wound Care in the Comfort of Your Home

Home Health Care Daytona Beach Wound Care

Chronic and non-healing wounds can result from a number of factors, including diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease, and immobility, which can also lead to bed sores. AdventHealth assists patients in Daytona Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, Orange City, and Palm Coast with individualized wound care at home. We deliver all the wound care needs that aid in healing and help to facilitate the healthy wound environment needed for recovery at home.

Our multidisciplinary team provides comprehensive home therapy using the latest scientific advances, all the while healing your wound with consideration and compassion.

We work with your physicians to determine a comprehensive in-home wound care plan that addresses your individual needs. These services – offered in Volusia and Flager counties – may include:

  • Wound Assessment and Teaching
  • Physical Therapy
  • Pain and Infectious Disease Management
  • Infection Control
  • Compression Therapy
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

In-home wound care not only provides better access to family, friends and even pets, it often offers greater comfort and is more conducive to resuming normal activities.  Our main focus is to keep our patients safe, comfortable and infection-free in their own home.


The AdventHealth Home Health program is licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration (license #HHA215580961), certified by Medicare, and accredited by The Joint Commission.

For more information on in-home wound care, call (386) 673-3121.