Dr. Gadowski has received intensive training in wound treatment from BMH’s partnering organization, Healogics. Under his direction, the Center’s trained staff of physicians, nurses and technicians will work with patients to set up individualized treatment programs utilizing hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), negative pressure therapy, bioengineered tissue and biosynthetics to treat open sores and heal wounds.
In addition to his new role as medical director, Dr. Gadowski will continue his practice at Brattleboro General Surgery, a member of BMH Physician Group. He is a graduate of University of Chicago Medical School and a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons.
The BMH Center for Wound Healing will hold an Open House at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 7 to give the public an opportunity to tour the facility and meet the medical staff. For more information, call the BMH Center for Wound Healing at 802-275-3674 or visit the BMH website at www.bmhvt.org.