Wound Care Supplies
Dressings | Gauze | Tape and Wound Cleaners
Tending to a wound at home can be challenging. HCD supports people needing advanced wound care with supplies from top brands delivered right to your door each month. That way you know you’ll never run out of what you need. Our expert customer service team works with your doctors and insurance company, taking the burden of paperwork off your shoulders and freeing you to do whatever it is you love.
We Are Experts in Advanced Wound Care
From basic dressings to the newest in hydrocolloid dressings, the HCD customer care team understands the advanced wound care products you need.
Discover the HCD Difference: Meet Our Wound Care Team
- Registered nurses review each order for accuracy
- Medical documentation and billing experts take care of the paperwork for you
- Friendly customer service representatives understand the different types of dressings and how they are used
- Customer representatives call to check up and make sure you have what you need
- Technology specialists ensure you have several ways to reorder: through our online customer portal, text-to-reorder system, automated phone reordering system, and by speaking to a live representative
Wound Care Supplies
No matter what you need to care for your wound, HCD’s got you covered, literally! You can count on us for the dressing, tapes, and cleaners you need to keep any wound protected. Contact the wound care experts on our customer care team for more information about types of dressings, brands, and which supplies might work best with your healthcare needs and your insurance coverage.
Trust HCD for Your Insurance-Covered Wound Care Supplies
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To help people live with confidence and dignity
Helpful Information About Wound Care
If you use a wheelchair or spend a lot of time in bed, you may be at risk of developing a bedsore. Bedsores, also known as pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers, are injuries to the skin and underlying tissue that develop when something is rubbing or pressing against the skin. The rubbing reduces blood flow to the area, which can cause the skin to break down, creating a sore.
Are you under a doctor’s care for a chronic wound such as a venous ulcer or nonhealing wound? If so, your treatment plan may include compression therapy. While many experts consider compression the gold standard for treating venous ulcers, it is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
The human body is a wondrous machine, with systems that work in harmony to keep us well and productive. One of the body’s most extraordinary abilities is its capacity to heal from illness and injury.
Shattered bones knit together. Cells damaged from illness regenerate. Broken or diseased skin becomes whole and smooth again.