Heal your wound. Heal your life.
Everyday activities can be a battle for patients living with a chronic wound. Without proper treatment they may suffer for years, or worse, may face amputation. Our goal is to help patients heal faster so they can get back to their normal lives. Ours is a comprehensive, progressive treatment center combining hyperbaric oxygen therapy with other innovative treatments in wound and ostomy care. Our team of medical, surgical, trauma, infectious disease and wound care specialists is unparalleled in our region.
Baystate + Accelecare = Advanced Care
We have teamed with Accelecare, a leading wound care provider with over 80 centers nationally, to provide a proven process of care. We coordinate a multi-disciplinary panel of wound care specialists who use evidence-based techniques to achieve the highest rates of healing outcomes.
Comprehensive Care for the Hard-to-Heal
We treat difficult wounds--the persistent ones, often complicated by other medical problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. This level of care comes through:
- Evidence-based comprehensive care that manages all disorders and conditions related to the wound.
- A multidisciplinary team of physicians and health professionals specially trained in the evidence-based care.
- Therapies and leading technology such as bioengineered tissue, adjunctive physical therapy modalities, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
About Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is one of the advanced treatment options we offer and it is one of the most powerful tools for treating the hardest-to-heal wounds. It works by delivering oxygen flow to tissues at much greater pressures that stimulate the formation of new blood vessels and encourage cell growth. In short, it speeds up the healing process.
What We Treat:
| • Leg ulcers
• Wounds secondary to infection
• Diabetic foot ulcers
• Arterial ulcers
• Pressure ulcers
• Traumatic wounds
• Post operative wounds
• Complex soft tissue wounds
• Compromised skin grafts and flaps
• Radiation tissue damage and bone
• Osteomyelitis (infection/inflammation of bone/marrow)
• Second and third degree burn wounds
• Open or closed wounds complicated by necrotic tissue
- Mikhail Novikov MD, Director
- Reginald Alovidor, MD
- Patrick Lee, MD, Trauma Services
- Armando Paez, MD, Infectious Diseases
- Sherry Greaney, MS, FNP, CWOCN