Hyperbaric Medicine & Wound Care Center
The Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Healing at Greenwich Hospital delivers specialized care to speed the healing process and improve quality of life. This new outpatient facility offers two innovative services – specialized wound care and a hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) unit.
The state-of-the-art center features two single-person hyperbaric chambers designed for patient comfort. Measuring 41 inches in diameter , they are the largest in the industry.
The Center works closely with referring physicians, extended care facilities, visiting nurses, family members and patients. Its location within the hospital gives patients immediate accessibility to other hospital or specialty services as well.
Coordinated by a team of experts that includes a full-time medical director and certified wound care nurses, patients receive customized, individualized treatment plans for a variety of conditions, including:
Our Medical Team
Sze H. Ding, MD
- Wounds from vascular diseases, diabetes, chemical trauma and cancer treatment
- Ischemic wounds (caused by insufficient blood supply)
- Chronic bone infections
- Threatened skin grafts and flaps
, MD, medical director
Eileen Curry, RN, manager and certified wound care nurse
Barbara Walsh Rego, RN, certified wound care nurse
Helen Welch, RN, safety officer
The Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Healing is located on the ground floor of Greenwich Hospital’s Helmsley Medical Building, part of the main campus at 5 Perryridge Road. Free valet parking is available in the main hospital parking lot.
The Center is open from 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
To schedule an appointment or learn more, email Eileen Curry, RN, or call 203-863-4505.
Greenwich’s Hyberbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center offers each patient personal attention and guidance – from scheduling appointments to navigating the insurance process. Our clinical staff provides high-level continuity of care through customized treatment plans, and works closely with referring physicians about each patient’s progress and need for follow-up care.
Most health plans, including Medicare, cover wound healing and hyperbaric medicine treatments for approved indications. The Center's staff will handle insurance pre-certification and verification matters on behalf of patients.
Patients may get a referral from their physician if they have a chronic wound that requires the specialized expertise available at the Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Healing. Physician Referral Form
Patients can also call the Center directly to make an appointment at 203-863-4505.
The Center’s hospital-based location makes it easy to access a wide range of medical resources on an outpatient basis, if necessary. This includes experts in infectious diseases, physical therapy, nutrition, laboratory services, diagnostic imaging, diabetes education, surgical support and intravenous antibiotics.