Advanced Wound Care Center

Hard-to-heal wounds demand advanced care - that's why there's the Advanced Wound Center (AWC) at Iberia Medical Center.  The AWC specializes in the treatment of patients with chronic, non-healing cutaneous wounds.  By using cutting-edge treatments, which may include hyperbaric oxygen therapy and sophisticated case management, we help patients with chronic wounds heal faster - and when wounds heal faster, lives improve.

After a complete evaluation and medical history assessment is performed, typical treatment protocols may include:

  • Topical Dressings
  • Infection Control
  • Compression Therapy
  • Debridement of the Wound
  • Vascular Studies
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Orthotics
  • Patient Education

Cardiac Rehab

The Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (Cardiac Rehab) department, conveniently located on the North Campus, offers a program designed to meet the needs of patients with a variety of cardiovascular histories, including heart attack, coronary bypass surgery, stable angina and coronary artery disease.  

In addition, the program addresses the needs of patients with lung diseases such as COPD, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, asthma and chronic lung disease.

The program provides medically supervised and monitored exercise therapy, nutritional counseling, comprehensive patient education, psychological support and health enhancement.

The Cardiac Rehab department at Iberia Medical Center is proud of its certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). AACVPR Program Certification is recognition of a provider’s commitment to improving the quality of life of patients by enhancing our standards of care.


Hepatology Clinic

More than 130 million people in the world live with chronic Hepatitis C, a blood-borne virus that causes inflammation of the liver and, left untreated, can lead to cirrhosis, liver cancer – even death.  In response to this community need, Iberia Medical Center has opened the Hepatology Clinic on the North Campus, overseen by local Gastroenterologist Dr. Son Nguyen.   

The CDC estimates 60,000 people in Louisiana are infected with chronic Hep C.  It can be contracted from blood transfusions received years ago, from ill-performed tattoos, the sharing of needles and sexual transmission.  People born between 1945 and 1965 are at higher risks and can go without symptoms for decades.  Standard blood tests do not detect the disease.  A specific screening for Help C is required.  The good news is that Hep C can be cured with medication.  


Hyperbaric Therapy

Conveniently located inside the Advanced Wound Center at the North Campus, hyperbaric oxygen therapy services provide patients with a treatment option for wounds that won’t heal.   Treatment takes place inside a chamber that is pressurized and delivers pure oxygen to the wound.

Some conditions that may be treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy:

  • Infections
  • Radiation injuries
  • Burns
  • Crush injuries
  • Diabetes-related wounds
  • Certain skin grafts and flaps

The Advanced Wound Center at Iberia Medical Center has been recognized as a Center of Distinction by Healogics, Inc, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services.

This designation means that the Center achieved outstanding patient outcomes for twelve consecutive months, including stellar patient satisfaction and healing rates. 

The Advanced Wound Center at Iberia Medical is one of only 423 centers to achieve this nationwide.

 For more information or to make a referral to Hyperbaric Therapy: 337.374.7587 

Outpatient Behavioral Center

Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Services. Patients range in age from 18 to 65 and older. The structured day treatment program offers group/individual therapy and medication management, 6 days per week.  Transportation to and from the program is provided.

Outpatient Behavioral Center at IMC operates under the clinical direction of Psychiatric Medical Director, Dr. David Dawes. Caroline Arceri, PMHNP, also sees patients.

Who can benefit from these services? 

An individual experiencing the any of the following symptoms may benefit from the services provided at Compass Outpatient Behavioral Center:

  • Sadness/Depression
  • Tearfulness/Crying Spells
  • Feelings of Hopelessness/Despair
  • Feelings of loneliness & isolation
  • Lack of interest in daily activities
  • Excessive worry and anxiety

 If you or a loved one are experiencing any of these symptoms, please call (337) 376-5711 for a complimentary screening.

A physician referral is not required.  

To refer or for additional information: Health providers, mental health consumers or family members may contact the outpatient program at (337) 376-5711 to begin the referral process.

The Rehab Center

Located on the North Campus and occupying an impressive 20,000 square feet in the Medical Office Building, The Rehab Center provides comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation services, including physical, occupational and speech therapies, treating patients of all ages and many different physical medicine diagnoses.  The staff also provides care throughout all patient care areas of the hospital.

The staff is comprised of two occupational therapists, a speech therapist, three physical therapists, an office coordinator and three rehab technicians.  

The Rehab Center at the Iberia Medical Center North Campus is home to the FreeStep Supported Ambulation System featuring an overhead track and harness system that enables safe a ambulation environment for both therapist and patient.

The Rehab Center at Iberia Medical Center has been the recipient of the Daily Iberian’s Best of Teche Readers’ Poll “Best Physical Therapy” for multiple, consecutive years. 

Women's Diagnostic Center

Iberia Medical Center recently announced the opening of the new Women’s Diagnostic Center. The new Center is located on the first floor of Iberia Medical Center’s North Campus, 600 N. Lewis Street. This wonderful addition is the new location for comprehensive women’s imaging, including mammography, ultrasound, MRI, bone densitometry and breast biopsies.

With a focus on patient privacy, the Center features its own discreet and comfortable registration area. Additionally, convenient parking means women of Iberia Parish are able to access the Center and have all of their imaging needs taken care of in one efficient, comfortable location.

A color palate of pale blues and slate grays make the Center a soothing and welcoming environment. Inspirational artwork and upholstered furniture complete the spa-like interior. Current mammography patients will be happy to see familiar faces of the IMC imaging staff who have provided their imaging for years.

For more information about the Women’s Diagnostic Center or to schedule your mammogram, call 337.374.7539.