MetroWest Medical Center Advanced Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center Celebrates One Year

Apr 5, 2023

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – MetroWest Medical Center celebrates its one-year anniversary of the Advanced Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center. The wound care center opened in April of 2022 at MetroWest Medical Center.

MetroWest Medical Center offers comprehensive wound care services, including hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy. This therapy is an advanced treatment using a special chamber to deliver high concentrations of oxygen with increased atmospheric pressure to promote healing.

The Wound Healing Center is offering a free foot screening clinic on Wednesday, April 5th from 12:30pm to 3:00pm at 115 Lincoln Street, Framingham. Call to schedule an appointment at 508-383-2190.

Foot health plays a vital role in overall health, activity level and quality of life. For patients with diabetes who have a higher risk of developing foot complications, it’s important to never underestimate a wound – even a minor one – as even a simple callus could be the tip of the iceberg that leads to a serious non-healing wound. Daily foot checks at home and routine foot checks by a healthcare professional are key in the prevention and early treatment of wounds.

The MetroWest Medical Center Advanced Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center is dedicated to preventing loss of limbs, healing hard-to-heal wounds and providing treatment for the optimum outcome for patients. The types of wounds treated include diabetic foot ulcers, non-healing surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, crush injuries, post-radiation injury to tissue or bone, among others. The wound healing center has a multidisciplinary team of physicians, along with nurses and technicians, to customize the most effective treatment plan to stimulate healing.

For more information about wound care services at MetroWest Medical Center, call 508-383-2190 or visit

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