A Modern Approach to Wound Healing

The Center for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine was founded in the summer of 2022 to provide the greater Baltimore community with greater access to advanced therapies for non-healing wounds. Patients benefit immensely from the convenience of having care options outside of a traditional hospital setting, including easier access to the facility and, most significantly, a more cost-effective outpatient solution. Frequently cutting medical bills by 40% or more. Our ultimate focus is to provide compassionate and through patient care at every visit. Treating every patient as if you were a member of our family, so you can spend more time with yours.

Our team of dedicated specialists work together to create a comprehensive treatment plan, so you can regain your health with less discomfort, more pleasant treatment alternatives, and faster recovery times. We have modern diagnostic and interventional medical technologies and are proud of our track record of early patient diagnosis and treatment.

Our Mission

Our objective at the Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine is to reduce the rate of amputations via early diagnosis and innovative therapies. We are continuing to see an increase in the number of non-traumatic amputations performed, and we know from experience how essential limb preservation procedures have become in our communities.

The professionals at the Center for Vascular Medicine, the top vascular center in Maryland and Virginia, and the team at CūtisCare USA, the nation's leader in office-based hyperbaric management and wound care solutions, have joined forces to deliver the best quality of wound care possible. Establishing a single facility where a multi-disciplinary care team can work together under one roof, with the latest technological advances, is what makes wound care successful.

Dr. Tracey Culbertson



Dr. Culbertson did her undergraduate work at the
University of Maryland, where she graduated cum
laude with High Honors in Biology. She attended
medical school at the University of Maryland School
of Medicine. Her residency was at The Ohio State
University, where she was in a combined program
that involved 4 years of general surgery and 2 years
of plastic surgery training. Continuing at Ohio State,
she completed a 6-month burn fellowship. It was
during her 4th year that she gained her interest in
wound care. For 14 years, she was in private
practice, predominantly reconstructive, and she
continued to work in wound care during that time.
After that, she went into wound care full time and it
has remained her passion. She is particularly excited
about the comprehensive care she can offer as a
part of the vascular medicine team. In her free time,
she enjoys reading, drawing, painting, and spoiling
her two cats.

Lower Extremity Wound Care

Healing Starts Now- with 5 Locations Serving Maryland & Virginia

  • Annapolis

    108 Forbes St. 2nd Floor
    Annapolis, MD 21401

  • Columbia

    8860 Columbia 100 Pkwy Ste. 400B,
    Columbia, MD 21045

  • Easton

    401 Purdy Street Suite 204
    Easton, MD 21601

  • Glen Burnie

    1600 Crain Hwy. South Ste. 410
    Glen Burnie, MD 21061

  • Greenbelt

    7300 Hanover Dr. Ste. 104,
    Greenbelt, MD 20770