New York Hyperbaric
In the event of a decompression injury the emergency number to dial is '911' based on the where you are you will be assigned to the nearest hyperbaric facility.
For reference and information, the chambers in this state are listed below, in alphabetical order.
Albany Memorial Hospital
Amsterdam Memorial Hospital
New Island Hospital Center
Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Wykoff Heights Medical Center
Comprehensive Health Care
Millard Fillmore Hospital
Putnam Hospital Center
St. Luke's Cornwall
Nassau University Medical Center
2201 Hempstead Turnpike
East Meadow, NY 11554
Operational hours: Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. All other times ask for attending physician.
Glens Falls Hospital
Comprehensive Healthcare Services
290 Community Drive
Mount St. Mary’s Hospital
New York Presbyterian Cornell Medical Center
525 East 68th Street, Suite L
Cabrini Medical Center
Available for consults and treatments of dive injuries. Certified by SPUMS for diving physicals. Timothy Whiteside, MD.
The Mount Vernon Hospital
12 North 7th Avenue
Medical Director: Jorge Beale, MD
Program Director: Glenn Butler, CHT
Highly experienced in diving medicine. Complete neurological workups and treatment.
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital
Vassar Brothers Hospital
St. Francis Hospital
Phelps Memorial Hospital Center
701 N. Broadway
Medical Director: Owen O'Neil, MD
Program Director: Liz Smykowski, RN
Safety Director: Chuck Shivery, ADMT, CHT
SUNY Health Science Center
Westchester Medical Center
95 Grasslands Road
Macy Pavillon, Burn Center - HBO
Medical Director: Roger Salisbury, MD
24 hour availability. Emergency transports via StatFlight helicopter. DAN participating facility.
St. Agnes Hospital
305 North Street
Medical Director: Owen O'Neill, MD
DAN participating facility.
Diving Medicine Lore
Monoplace - A recompression chamber that has a capacity for only one person lying down. These are also known as 'coffin-chambers'
Multiplace - A recompression chamber that has a capacity for more than one person and usually permits a physician/medic to be in attendance from within.
*The chambers and physicians listed have no relationship with this web site and no guarantees of quality are offered or implied. The listings are for information only. This is a listing that I have developed for my personal use. Please be aware that these references are under no obligation at all to respond. It may be that not all of these physicians treat patients, but it is probable that they all may refer you to the appropriate service.