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HMS Manhattan

Heal in the Heart of NYC

Just breathe to feel and look your best! At HMS Manhattan we provide all-natural healing with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), as well as PRP therapy and IV therapy. 

Call us today at 646-742-8888.

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Available Treatments

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • PRP Therapy
  • IV Therapy
  • HyperLife
  • Concussion Recovery

Accepted Insurance

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • The Empire Plan
  • Emblem (including GHI, Vytra, HIP)
  • Magnacare
  • Medicare
  • No Fault
  • Oxford/United Healthcare
  • Tricare
  • Workers Compensation

HMS Manhattan Exterior Entrance - 160 E32nd St


HMS Manhattan is the first and only free-standing hard chamber hyperbaric facility in Manhattan. This location is equipped with three monoplace hyperbaric chambers, each with their own entertainment setup, inclusive of SmartTV, DVD player, and connections to stream content from your personal device (with charging!).

This ground floor office offers easy access for all patients - unique in New York City! Ample parking is also available from the parking garage directly below the office, with direct elevator access to the office entrance.

Directions and Parking

The office is conveniently located in Murray Hill on East 32nd Street between Lexington and Third Avenues – a block and a half from the 33rd Street stop on the 6 train and close to the Midtown Tunnel. The entrance is on the south side of the street in the center of the Windsor Court apartment building. We share this space with Metropolitan Lithotriptor Associates, a premier provider of Lithotripsy.

160 East 32nd Street
New York, NY 10016

Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday from 6:30am–8:30pm
Weekend appointments available based on clinical need.

Medical Team At This Location

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National Medical Director

Alan A Katz, M.D. is the National Medical Director for Hyperbaric Medical Solutions (HMS), directing clinical operations, as well as education and research initiatives for all HMS locations.

Dr. Katz has been a leader in the fields of both Hyperbaric Medicine and Emergency Medicine for over 30 years. He is double board-certified in both Hyperbaric and Emergency Medicine and is an elected Fellow of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.  




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Henry Prince, MD, FACOG

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Henry Prince has led Hyperbaric Medical Solutions since its inception in 2011, forging important clinical relationships in the medical community and pioneering the practice’s effort to help patients experience optimal health using the incredible healing properties of HBOT. He has been practicing medicine on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area for over 30 years with extensive experience in the areas of obstetrics and gynecology, as well as HBOT. After graduating cum laude from Downstate Medical School, with Alpha Omega Alpha distinction, Dr. Prince completed his residency at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York. He is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and accredited in HBOT. Dr. Prince is the President and Founder of Women’s Health Professionals, a large women’s health practice, a Mount Sinai affiliated physician, and an active member in both the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society.

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Cydney Taylor, RPA‑C

Physician Assistant

Cydney started as a Physician Assistant in 1999 after completing her degree at the CUNY/Harlem Hospital Physician Assistant Program and CUNY/Hunter College School of Public Health. Cydney is passionate about using a holistic, integrative approach to health and wellness. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy compliments this passion and her professional interests in primary medicine, functional medicine, and public health.

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Jennine McAuley, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Jennine has a Bachelor of Science from St. Francis College and completed her certificate in Physician Assistant Studies at St. John's University. She has been a Physician Assistant in Emergency Medicine for 12 years. Jennine has been a part of the Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency at Weill Cornell since its induction, where she served as its Associate Director from 2012-2019. In December 2019, Jennine became the Director of the Weill Cornell Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency program. As a Physician Assistant, Jennine has keyed in on education and the progress of future colleagues. In additional, Jennine has served on the SEMPA Post Graduate Education Committee since mid-2019. 

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Cindy Yiu, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Cindy Yiu is a board-certified Physician Assistant, who has been practicing since 2014. Cindy received a Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University, from which she completed a her residency in Emergency Medicine at New York Presbyterian Weill-Cornell, where she continues to work full-time. Cindy's interest in alternative medical therapies has brought her to extend her career into hyperbaric medicine.



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