The principal goals of wound management are the provision of effective care and cost containment. An outpatient clinic dedicated to the management of chronic wounds offers several advantages over traditional, more fragmented approaches. The Chronic Wound Care Clinic at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, a multidisciplinary outpatient clinic, provides "one-stop shopping," allowing patients to benefit from coordinated care provided in a single setting. Overviews of the clinic's history, philosophy, and structure are presented. A case study illustrates the rapid wound healing and cost savings of one patient cared for at the clinic.