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Wound and Hyperbaric Program

Wound and Hyperbaric Program

Contact Us at 866.596.8456

The Healing Begins Here


"Everyone at the Good Samaritan Wound and Hyperbaric Center has treated me with excellent care, kindness and professionalism.  Between the staff and services provided, the experience has been very therapeutic and beneficial to my healing."  Patient, Boris Nikonoff 

The Wound and Hyperbaric Center at Good Samaritan Hospital: Don’t let a chronic wound keep you from enjoying your life.

Find exceptional, comprehensive care and compassionate treatment close to home at the Wound and Hyperbaric Center at Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth). We heal wounds using an efficient, multi-disciplinary team approach offering patients customized and comprehensive evaluations and therapies.

Our Healing Philosophy:


The Good Samaritan Hospital Wound and Hyperbaric Center work collaboratively with primary physicians and other outpatient services to ensure that patients receive the most complete evaluation and treatment. We focus on restoring the natural healing process, often without surgery. Individualized treatment techniques take advantage of recent advances in wound care, while minimizing patient discomfort and inconvenience.

We are experts in coordinating care with primary physicians, diabetic educators, lymphedema services and other specialties (home care and medical supply companies, etc.) to provide our patients with advanced personalized therapies. Our specialists study the wound itself, along with the patient's overall medical condition to determine which course of action to take. We develop a customized treatment plan, with regular office visits to review progress and adjust treatment as needed to facilitate healing.

The Conditions We Treat:

  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Ischemic Ulcers
  • Arterial Ulcers
  • Venous Stasis Ulcers
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Amputation
  • Chronic venous stasis disease
  • Surgical non-healing wounds
  • Ostomy care 

Treatment Techniques & Services:

  • Wound assessment and photo documentation
  • Wound debridement and closures, as indicated
  • X-rays
  • Vascular studies
  • Bio-engineered tissue
  • Vacuum-Assisted Closure Therapy
  • Orthotics/splints/AFO braces
  • Coordination of Home Care Services, if needed
  • Coordination with DME companies for home delivery of wound care products if needed
  • Collaborative DME services
  • Hyperbaric Medicine
  • Certified Diabetic Educator
  • Lymphedema Clinic

Hyperbaric Center: A Program of Distinction through the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy:

A very important component in wound healing is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for patients with wounds who have not responded to other treatment. HBOT supplies 100% pure pressurized oxygen the body needs to stimulate and support healing and restore the ability to repair itself. Patients simply lie in a comfortable chamber, relax and while watching a movie or TV, or listen to music while their body naturally heals.

Our Hyperbaric Center is one of the select few in New York State accredited by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society. Our highly trained, caring staff utilizes advanced technologies and a multi-disciplinary approach to healing. Physicians and health care professionals are available to individualize treatment plans for each patient, including diagnosis, treatment, education and prevention.

How Does Hyperbaric Medicine Help the Body:

  • Stimulates blood vessel growth which promotes healing
  • Enhances white blood cell capabilities at the wound site
  • Reduces inflammation that hinders blood flow
  • Strengthens the body’s immune system and helps fight infections

We Treat the Following Indications:

  • Diabetic ulcers of the lower leg, foot and ankle
  • Soft tissue radiation necrosis, including cystitis, enteritis and proctitis
  • Osteoradionecrosis of the mandible
  • Chronic refractory osteomyelitis
  • Compromised grafts and flaps including but not limited to reconstruction and mastectomy
  • Necrotizing soft tissue infections
  • Gas gangrene
  • Crush injuries (Compartment Syndrome)
  • Acute peripheral arterial insufficiency ulcers
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Decompression sickness
  • Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss
  • Intracranial abcess
  • Thermal burns

For more information and a complete detailed list of current indications, please feel free to contact our staff directly at 845-368-5590 or go to www.UHMS.org


For Information and to Book Appointments:


Good Samaritan Hospital
255 Lafayette Avenue
Suffern, NY 10901

Our Team

William Goumas, MD - Wound and Hyperbaric Center Medical Director 

George Liberis, MD

Paryush Lakhataria, MD

Frank Aversano, Jr., MD 

Jungwoo Han, MD 

Richard D. Kleinman, MD 

Howard E. Friedman, MD

Keith E. Bortniker, MD