Danbury Hospital Wound Care Open House
Did you know that an estimated 5 million Americans suffer from chronic wounds?
Our team of experts with two hyperbaric chambers offer specialized care for non-healing wounds resulting from:
- Lower extremity arterial or venous disease
- Pressure ulcers
- Traumatic injuries
- Radiation treatment
- Other medical conditions
Benefits to the Patient
- Provides safe and effective wound therapy by highly trained specialists
- Offers convenient outpatient setting
- Speeds healing of wounds
- Helps prevent leg amputation in diabetics
- Includes overriding support for nutritional, diabetes education, patient and caregiver counseling, and supplies and equipment to ease pressure on wounds
The team includes Medical Director David Charash, D.O., Clinical Manager John R. Leopold, MSN, APRN, Wound Center nurses Rebekah Kasmarski, Pamela Leston and Kathy Tredennick, Hyperbaric Technician Kathleen McGuire, and Medical Assistant Christine Phelps. They have completed board certification and/or advanced training in wound care, undersea and hyperbaric medicine, and have nearly 20 cumulative years of service at the Center, which opened more than five years ago.
For More Information
For more information or to RSVP, please call 203-739-8170.
Robert J. and Pamela Morganti Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
5th Floor, Tower Building Connector
Visitors should park in the Red Garage (entrance on Locust Avenue)