About the Clinic
- Restore circulation
- Resolve infection
- Heal the wound
- Stabilize the foot
- Enhance quality of life
- Improve glucose control
Our Clinic is Best Suited for Patients Who Have:
- Non-healing wounds
- Uncontrolled glucose
- Vascular disease
- Tingling and numbness in their feet
We Provide the Following Services:
- IAC noninvasive vascular laboratory testing
- Circulation reconstruction
- Diabetic foot screening
- Diabetic counseling and glucose management
- Wound healing using regenerative biologics
- Gait analysis
What to Expect on Your First Visit
We will require records of prior medical care, radiographs, and laboratory studies in anticipation of your visit for review. Some patients will require additional diagnostic tests to better understand your condition. These tests will be arranged after review of your records at the time an appointment is scheduled. Your appointment(s) will be scheduled through our center 410-955-5165.
On the day of your first clinic visit, you can expect a 60-minute consultation with our multidisciplinary team, including a vascular surgeon, surgical podiatrist, and endocrinologist. After the consultation, you may start a new therapy or undergo additional evaluation. Our multidisciplinary team will review your case and determine the best treatment plan in collaboration with you. In many cases, a follow-up visit may be necessary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the clinic hours?
A: The Multidisciplinary Diabetic Foot and Wound Clinic hours are every Tuesday from 8am-4pm (emergency visits will be accommodated).
Q: Will my insurance cover any costs associated with my visit?
A: The actual visit is typically covered by most insurance carriers. However, patients may be billed for facility charges or individual tests.
Location and Contact Information
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center601 North Caroline Street
8th Floor, Department of Surgery
Baltimore, Maryland 21287