Insurance coverage for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). The FDA recognizes HBOT for 14 conditions, which are generally covered by insurance.
Optimize your health in Miami with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. Hyperbaric Medical Solutions will be bringing the healing powers of 100% oxygen to the heart of Miami in early 2024. A city known for its nightlife, beaches, vibrant Latin community, and Art Deco architecture is also a destination for cutting edge healthcare - a perfect fit for Hyperbaric Medical Solutions' sixth location!
If you can't wait for HMS Miami to open, come visit us at our Fort Lauderdale office.
Call us today at 305-590-5535.
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- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Concussion Recovery
- IV Therapy
- Devoted Health
- HealthSun Health Plans
- United Healthcare
- Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Care Network
HMS is also working to establish in-network status with several additional major carriers and government payers. Please be advised that HMS offers cash-pay programs and several financing options as well.
HMS Miami will be our sixth location. Miami is a natural extension for HMS, and we are very excited to offer another location in southern Florida for more patients to be able to experience the many advantages of a free-standing hyperbaric clinic with complete medical oversight.
Directions and Parking
HMS Miami is located off the Julia Tuttle Causeway (I-195), just to the North on the NE corner of Biscayne Blvd and 39th St. There is ample parking in the back of the building off 39th St.
3915 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday from 7am–7pm
Weekend appointments to be available based on clinical need.
Medical Team at this Location
Gregory Alfred, MD, FAAEM, ABEM
Medical Director ‑ Fort Lauderdale
Dr. Alfred is the medical director for HMS Fort Lauderdale. He is board certified in emergency medicine and is also certified in hyperbaric medicine. He is an active member of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, and Hyperbaric Medicine International. Having grown up in the US Virgin Islands, Dr. Alfred's interest in hyperbaric medicine derives from his passion for scuba diving. Dr. Alfred received his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his medical degree from NYU-Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He completed his emergency medicine training at USC, where he also obtained his certification in hyperbaric medicine. Dr. Alfred was named outstanding resident of the year during his final year of residency. Along with practicing emergency medicine, Dr. Alfred has served as a clinician in one of the busiest in-patient hyperbaric departments in South Florida at Mercy Hospital since 2008. Dr. Alfred saw firsthand the amazing life-changing and neuro-restorative powers of HBOT while at the hospital, and has sought to expand the reach of the modality to the outpatient setting. Dr. Alfred is excited to join HMS's high-caliber team and to lead HMS's expansion into Florida.
Kate Yeadaker, APRN, FNP-BC
Kate has been a nurse for 20 years, and an APRN for the last six years. She worked at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami for 10 years in the areas of labor and delivery and the trauma operating room, at the Ryder Trauma Center. She left to pursue a job in pediatrics while obtaining her master's degree from Georgetown University. After graduating NP school, she has worked in the areas of pre-operative medicine/anesthesia/surgery, holistic and integrative mental health, and most recently, hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Kate has pursued extensive post-master's studies in nutrition, biochemistry, and functional medicine. She is passionate about finding the root cause of disease, and approaches each patient encounter from a holistic sense with an emphasis on true healing. She loves educating and motivating patients to take control of their health and optimize wellness. Her passions include the gut/brain axis, mind/body medicine, nutrigenomics, genetics (methylation), and integrative approaches to both physical and mental health. She loves spending time with her 5 year old daughter, being in nature, and is a self-proclaimed audio and bibliophile.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps a Vietnam war veteran with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) reduce symptom severity and improve quality of life.