Introduction. Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic inflammatory disorder characterized by lesions such as abscesses and fistulas. The disease may require medical and/or surgical treatment, and the role of wound care is crucial. The acronym TIME (tissue nonviable, inflammation/infection, moisture imbalance, edge of wound) is widely recognized as a standardized approach to wound bed preparation. Objective. The aim of this study is to describe a modified concept of TIME useful in the management of HS: HS-TIME. Materials and Methods. The authors modified the standard TIME table considering the pathophysiology, the therapeutic approaches, and the possible neoplastic evolution in HS. Moreover, 2 distinct groups of lesions were distinguished: typical HS lesions and postsurgical wounds. Results. The proper management of HS lesions according to the HS-TIME rules could help the healing process, reduce pain, prevent severe complications, and improve the patient’s quality of life. Conclusions. Considering the lack of strong evidence regarding wound care in HS, the authors propose the new concept of HS-TIME, based on the TIME wound bed preparation rules, as a new, helpful, easy-to-use tool that may assist physicians in identifying the best wound approach in these patients.