The Wound Care Center at St. John's Episcopal Hospital
Treatment For Hard-To-Heal Wounds
The Wound Care Center at St. John's Episcopal Hospital treats wounds caused by diabetes, ulcers, poor circulation, radiation therapy, osteomyelitis and other conditions.
- Any wounds that have not healed in 3 weeks
- Diabetic Wounds
- Bone Infections
- Ulcers or Sores of Foot, Leg or Body
- Radiation - Related Wounds
- Crush Injuries
- Compromised Surgical Flaps / Grafts
Years of Experience in Wound Healing
Co-Directors Lloyd Bardfeld, DPM, Chief of Podiatry, and Gilbert Makabali, MD, Chairman of Surgery, have more than 30 years of experience each in wound care treatment and are joined by members of an accredited podiatric wound care fellowship.
Experts in Wound Care and Limb-Saving Techniques
- General Surgery
- Podiatric Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Imaging Specialists
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Wound Care Center at St. John's offers modern therapies including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, a pain-free treatment that uses pure, pressurized oxygen to promote healing.
For more information please call 718-869-8306.